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The United States could deliver a military strike against Iran within the next six months, a former CIA officer told Fox News. In an interview Tuesday the U.S. TV channel asked Robert Baer, a former CIA field officer assigned to the Middle East, whether the U.S. was preparing for military action against Iran, citing Baer's column for Time Magazine on August 18, where he suggested that Washington officials expect an attack within the next six months.
89% of U.S. experts said there would be no preemptive military strike on Iran and its nuclear facilities, and 65% said they were certain that George W. Bush would authorize an attack on Tehran during his remaining time in the office.
Originally posted by infiltr8u
They're entitled to their opinion, this dosn't mean we have to believe it.
Originally posted by the_sentinal
Yep, That pretty much does it for me, I would say that a strike in the near future is a shoe-in. thanks for the post Thickheaded that was very interesting to say the least. it may have been a little out of context at times but eye-opening for sure, I still believe that Iran is a threat to Iraq though, and will dominate the middleast if we leave without a fight.