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April 19, 2006
Mark Steyn On Iran
Mark Steyn's most recent editorial on the history leading to the current situation in Iran matches much of the way I've seen this conflict. We're going to have to undo the mistakes of Carter and Reagan. I tend to agree with his bottom line:
The cost of de-nuking Iran will be high now but significantly higher with every year it’s postponed. The lesson of the Danish cartoons is the clearest reminder that what is at stake here is the credibility of our civilization. Whether or not we end the nuclearization of the Islamic Republic will be an act that defines our time.
Posted by hoffmang | April 19, 2006 10:47 AM