Saturday, September 09, 2006

Attacking Iran is not a long-term solution

Well, well. It seems I was wrong when here I wrote:
[...] Newt "WW III" Gingrich (8.38/10), probably because as President Gingrich would almost certainly make military action against Iran a priority.

Here's what Newt wrote in a Guardian Comment is Free article:
Iran's pursuit of a nuclear program in defiance of the United Nations has led some to call for military strikes against Iran's nuclear facilities to prevent the terror-sponsoring regime from obtaining a nuclear weapon. While I agree that a military option to replace the regime must be left on the table, I worry that some believe a military strike on Iran's nuclear installations is a viable long-term solution to stopping the Iranian regime's pursuit of greater power in the region.

Read Newt's article


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