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Iran's foreign minister on Saturday called the Bush administration cowardly for not saying it had made a mistake after a U.S. intelligence report concluded Iran had stopped its nuclear weapons program in 2003...
...The United States and its allies argue that even if Iran no longer has an active weapons program, it could easily resume such work unless strong international oversight is put in place.
Mottaki also said Western powers should not waste time pushing for renewed sanctions...
Iran has a point- they stopped development in 2003. Our own intelligence said so. Why must Bush continue to push Iran into a corner? Alterior motives. And we all know what those are by now.
Originally posted by NewWorldOver
Oh man, the Administration comes off desperately pathetic with that rebuttal...
"Oh yeah well... well.... they aren't making weapons anymore... but if they wanted, they could!"
So basically, we are going to be handed the same empty logic that got us into Iraq, to start another war in Iran?
Originally posted by oLDWoRLDDiSoRDeR
Exactly what i was thinking .
Couldn't Iran then say "Well the US says its not going to use its nuclear weapons . But they have them and have used them before so there defiantly a threat to the world"