Skip to comments.Iran Could Produce Nuclear Bomb in 16 Days, U.S. Says
Posted on 04/12/2006 5:49:38 PM PDT by Lunatic Fringe
Bloomberg material can't be posted, so I am using an indirect search link for the story.
So we have fifteen days to act. Not much notice, but sufficient.
The liberal spin is that it will take Iran at least 10 years to develop a bomb. They continually live in a fantasy world that puts our country in extreme danger.
Shall we start a pool?
U.S or Israel?
Date of strike?
Conventional or nuke?
Number of target sites?
Gentlemen of the Air Force, Start your Engines!
Not a whole heck of alot of time.
some idiot on CNBC this moring said it will take 5-10 years.
Iran would make such a pretty crater.
What are we waiting for?
Is that how long it takes the check to Pakistan or North Korea to clear?
Where are the Carrier Strike Groups?
"The liberal spin is that it will take Iran at least 10 years to develop a bomb."
What anonymous source came up with that tidbit of information?
Are they sure it's not 17 days? 18 days? /sarcasm
They don't know what they don't know...
I really see no reason to go into Iran.
Their missiles are pathetic. They have not yet tested a nuke. And the world is going to whine if we act against them. I say screw it, and let Iran's next door neighbors deal with it.
Call us when their missiles have a range of 7000 miles.
Nuke em till they glow so we can shoot them in the dark.
i would not be boasting a big stick unless i had one in the closet. bellicose rhetoric normally is backed with the ability to perform. these guys have had access to loads of cash to buy whatever they wanted and their DREAM has been death to the great satan. put the two together.
with the fall of the curtain, how many arms were sold by cash strapped soviet satellites and corrupt governments?
how hard is it to seperate a man from his dream?
my bet is they HAVE something to deliver and are wanting sustained firepower and being partly there have decided to boast and beat their chests.
bow to allah? FT
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