And just as it's now become clear that the Bush Administration planned all along to go to war in Iraq, it now becomes clear that war may be inevitable in Iran, so long as Bush heading our government.
So, while we're all looking to Iran, and their claims of enriched uranium, there's another player - North Korea. Put yourself in those shoes for a moment, if you will. Here's a world leader who isn't quite balanced to begin with, and he already has several nuclear weapons at his disposal. He sees the war in Iraq - the United States hitting the first part of the "Axis of Evil." Then he sees plans for a nuclear strike against Iran - number two on the United States' Hit Parade of Places to Attack.
How long will it take an unbalanced leader with nuclear weapons to see the writing on the wall and choose a "defensive pre-emptive strike" against the United States before his weapons are destroyed in an attack by the American aggressors?
Iran's weapons don't yet even exist, and even if they did, they are not capable of reaching the shores of America. This is not to ignore the issue of a nuclear Iran. Clearly, however, the notion of a nuclear strike on Iran should be viewed as nothing short of insanity.