Sunday, March 1, 2009

Dear President Obama: In a short time, the nutburgers running Iran are going to have a nuke. What are you going to do about it?

Mr. President, it looks like time is running out to keep Iran from having a nuke. So, what are you going to do about it?

Now, if it were "President McCain," I wouldn't have to worry about it. And Mr. Bush's failure to address this issue will stand long as one of his greatest.

But YOU? If I were Iran, I'd pop a nuke somewhere just to see what you'd do.

Unfortunately for us, the most likely location for their experiment is Israel. And if they do nuke our closest Ally in the region, what are you going to do about it?

Your unimaginable screw ups in personnel, policy, finance AND foreign policy have done nothing but embolden our ever-increasing number of enemies. Your lack of experience, understanding and vision put the entire planet at risk.

I have no confidence in you, Mr. President. Every other word you utter seems to be a lie. And how can we gain strength from you... and how can the world know ahead of time what you'll do if we or our key allies are attacked?

If such an attack took place while Bush was president, the outcome would have been both swift and terrible. With your hand on the tiller, the outcome is much more likely to be a "commission," to "investigate," with limp-wristed efforts by you to talk the UN into "sanctions."

And man, we all already know how well SANCTIONS have worked... don't we?

March 1, 2009
Posted: 10:25 AM ET

Watch Mullen run down the latest in Iran and North Korea.

(CNN) — Iran likely has enough material to make a nuclear weapon, Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen told CNN's John King Sunday.

“We think they do, quite frankly," Mullen said on State of The Union with John King. "Iran having a nuclear weapon, I believe, for a long time, is a very, very bad outcome for the region and for the world."

Earlier: Iran tests its first nuclear power plant

Tehran has denied pursuing nuclear weapons, and insists the country's nuclear program is for peaceful purposes.

Mullen also said he is watching North Korea closely, although he also said he and Defense Secretary Robert Gates have yet to make a recommendation on how to approach that country.

Earlier: N. Korea: Ready to launch satellite

"There has been no recommendations one way or another," he said. "There's a lot of focus on this and then recommendations and certainly policy discussions will come based on the timing and what North Korea does."

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