I am concerned about the saber rattling coming out of the administration and from its sycophants lately in regards to a military strike on Iran.
Here's the deal from my point of view.
Of course we should have a plan of military action. That is a given with many countries. The reality of defense means that you have to have a contingency plan for many possible military situations that may or may not occur.
However, in regards to Iran the military option should be put waaaaay up high on the highest shelf. This is because right now the large, young population (a majority of the countries population) in Iran is mostly pro-western (a rarity in the region). And a military attack on Iran would risk turning the young population against us and push them to cozy up with the Iranian regime.
Besides, a U.S. attack would most likely set off a regional war pulling Lebanon, Israel and Syria into the mix.
Not a good idea AT ALL.
We may not have a choice at some point but to launch attacks. However, we should try to kick that can as faaaaar down the road as possible.
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