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LONDON -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Tuesday that any sign of weakness in negotiations over Iran's nuclear program would be "fatal", adding that only tough action would achieve results.
Speaking at his monthly press conference at his Downing Street office, Blair said the international community must stand "tough and clear and unified" to avoid an escalation to military action.
Originally posted by Britguy
Yeah, go Israel!
And if Israel does attack, who are the poor schmucks on the ground who are going to suffer the backlash? Iranians one side, Iraqi's the other, while the instigator of the hostilities sit's back laughing at the dumb gentiles fighting another war for them
No amount of airpower is going to protect the folks on the ground. That's a lesson that should have been learned in Vietnam.