Friday, January 13, 2006

The choices with Iran

Victor David Hanson sees four options in dealing with the increasing threat of a (crazy) nuclear Iran. Ignore and hope it just goes away; increase the international condemnation; allow Israel to take care of it; or take care of the problem ourselves with a few weeks of strategic bombing.

What I would like to see, right now, is for liberals to start stating exactly how they think we should solve this problem. Too often, they remain silent and then criticize whatever is attempted. The fourth option might be the best one, yet I can already imagine the howls of protest, and front pages filled with images of injured babies.

Right now, this is THE story. Not the Alito hearings, and certainly not the Abramoff scandel,