[POLITICS] According to the latest Seymour Hersh article
in The New Yorker
, Administration officials are seriously contemplating bombing Iran's nuclear program back to the Stone Age. With, if necessary, nuclear weapons. Because they're afraid if Iran gets a nuclear weapon, it can't be trusted not to use it...
Also, keep in mind all this excitement over nuclear weapons may make a conventional bombing campaign seem outright polite by comparison.
On a lighter note ...
1) I've watched the first three episodes of Fox's "reality" show Unan1mous, and am convinced that it's either completely scripted and horribly acted, or well outlined and horribly improv'd. Anyone else out there feel the same way? No writers in the credits, of course.
2) I love Lost, but I think they are bringing in way too many A-Story characters. Tonight's episode about Bernard and Rose was good, but there are so many main characters now that many seem to getting lost in the shuffle.
The Onion has a characteristic response to the bomb-nukes-with-nukes suggestion: "At least we won't need an exit strategy."
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