Within a very short time, not to mention that Iran already has enough enriched Uranium to build a few nuclear bombs.Annual basis, not within two or three days.
Of course, under the auspices of the UN no less, and never-mind the fact that for all intents and purposes the UN has been hijacked by the OIC. Thus, any international agreement administered by the IAEA would inevitably become a bad joke. Not to mention that you want to use Iran of all places as a laboratory, with Russia no less who pokes its finger in Americaís eye just for fun every chance it gets. Yeah right. I may be gullible, but buddy Iím not that gullible.the model that will likely be adapted under an international agreement, should such an agreement be reached; as such the plant's operation could provide a good laboratory for testing the design of the international approach.
BHO should be hounded out of office for allowing this travesty to occur, and he did it at the same time that our troops pulling out of Iraq are in Kuwait and in harms way, because he wanted to deter Israel from acting. This just did not happen in a vacuum, it was very well planned. I will give him that much credit.The biggest risk associated with Iran's nuclear activities comes from its uranium enrichment facilities (declared and secret), not the Bushehr plant. Greater scrutiny will need to be focused there.
In actuality, Israel has to be ready to take action within a few minutes notice.Israel is continually making and updating plans. It is also cognizant of risks. It will not act in a hasty fashion tied to artificial timelines that have little relevance to Iran's capabilities.
Actually, if Bush had listen to the Defense Department instead of the State Department, we would never have occupied Afghanistan and Iraq. In Afghanistan the mission would have been limited to the eradication of OBL and AQ in retaliation for 9/11, and in Iraq, as soon as the country had been scoured for WMD and Saddam captured, Chalabi would have been installed as President and we would have left Iraq.The State Department didn't make the war plans for Iraq or Afghanistan. The State Department did contribute its views with respect to political frameworks. But it wasn't the only player making such contributions.
Anyway, occupying two Islamic countries for the purpose we occupied them was destined to fail from the very get go because both occupations were based on false assumptions. Not only that, but the State Department was so incompetent that they let Zalmay Khalilzad, a Muslim, penetrate them and get himself appointed as Ambassador to Afghanistan, and then subsequently to Iraq, and, of course, because of his direct involvement, both the Afghanistan and Iraq constitutions today have clauses in them that make Sharia the supreme law of each country. Hence, for all intents and purposes both states today are Sharia states that will inevitably rejoin the global jihad against the West much stronger and faster than otherwise thanks to US blood, sweat, and tears, as both operations couldnít have been more counterproductive.