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January 19, 2006



The occupation of Iran is difficult to imagine. Iran is way too big, with too many borders. Iraqi insurgent tactics would probably be more successful in Iran. Outrage over the attack would inspire new strains of Islamic fanaticism (informed by the rich Iranian culture) all over the world and further isolate the US.

Bush should concentrate on aiding groups in Iran fomenting secular popular revolution. We should wait for revolution or reform in Iran, keeping the option of airstrikes to take out real nukes on the table.

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