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Originally posted by pavil
I find it hard to fathom why the U.S., once it has established air superiority over Iranian Airspace, would not be able to systematically pick apart the military/industrial complex of Iran. It might take a Month or two of targeting of facilities, but the end result would be a defanged and very crippled Iran. Even their hardened nuclear sites could only take so much pounding till they just become big holes in the ground. Without control of the skies, Iran is a sitting duck when it comes to American Air power and precision guided munitions. You don't have to invade a country to turn it into a non threat militarily. That's not to say Iran won't try every play in the book, in the long run however Iran's economy and military would be in shambles.
Why do we fight wars for Israel? Are we just tools? [...]
If Iran,Syria,Russia,China etc want to try and topple us im sure they will pay the ultimate price.
How many countries before have tried this.........they all failed
Except Vietnam...we had some problems there!
But look to name a few countries that failed to eliminate us
Originally posted by Harlequin
and now the argueing starts - that britisah and russian SF troops are better than USA ones
Gates dismisses Putin remarks as blunt spy talk
Sun Feb 11, 2007 8:02AM EST
Putin on Saturday offered some of his harshest comments against the United States in seven years in power, attacking the concept of a "unipolar" world dominated by Washington.
His remarks came amid continuing disagreement between Russia and the United States over the Iraq war and the nuclear ambitions of Iran and North Korea
US dismisses Putin remarks as blunt spy talk
In a speech which one US senator said smacked of Cold War rhetoric, Putin told a security conference in Munich yesterday the United States was making the world a more dangerous place by pursuing policies aimed at making it the "one single master".
Feb 14, 11:22 PM EST
Bush: Iran Is Source of Deadly Weapons
Pressed again on the subject, Bush displayed some irritation and said, "Whether (Iranian President Mahmoud) Ahmadinejad ordered the Quds Force to do this, I don't think we know. But we do know that they're there and I intend to do something about it. And I've asked our commanders to do something about it. And we're going to protect our troops."
Originally posted by Siren
Could unseen forces be orchestrating "end time" events?