2. Now please read the article from which the following excerpt was snipped: Gwynne Dyer: U.S. vs. Iran would be nukes or nothing
" When Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was asked recently on NBC's "Meet The Press" whether the United States has a military plan for an attack on Iran, he replied simply: "We do."
General staffs are supposed to plan for even the most unlikely future contingencies. Right down to the 1930s, for example, the United States maintained and annually updated plans for the invasion of Canada. But what the planning process will have revealed, in this case, is that there is no way for the U.S. to win a non-nuclear war with Iran."
One must wonder how General Boykin can be so oblivious to information even armchair generals have at their fingertips. Or is he really? If he is aware of the need for nukes we have a problem with telling the "whole truth" do we not General?
Here's a video from UN inspector Scott Ritter that you may wish to take into consideration when you hear we need to attack Iran:
War is really a failure of diplomacy. Starting war to prevent war - does it really make sense? Using nukes to prevent a nuclear war - does it make sense?
It is time to stop the madness.
Remove the warmongers.