"Let 'em have nukes. But..."

By Ted Koppel referring to Iran.

Are you f’ing insane?

Even as the United States withholds its goods and technological know-how from Iran, the Europeans, Russians, Japanese and especially the Chinese are offering theirs as quickly as the contracts can be drafted.

What, then, can the United States do to prevent Iran from developing nuclear technology? Little or nothing. Washington should instead bow to the inevitable.
Great suggestion on how to solve the problem!

"You insist on having nuclear weapons," we should say. "Go ahead. It's a terrible idea, but we can't stop you. We would, however, like your leaders to view the enclosed DVD of 'The Godfather.' Please pay particular attention to the scene in which Don Corleone makes grudging peace with a man - the head of a rival crime family - who ordered the killing of his oldest son."

In that scene, Don Corleone says, "I forgo my vengeance for my dead son, for the common good. But I have selfish reasons." The welfare of his youngest son, Michael, is on his mind. "I am a superstitious man," he continues. "And so if some unlucky accident should befall my youngest son, if some police officer should accidentally shoot him, or if he should hang himself in his cell, or if my son is struck by a bolt of lightening, then I will blame some of the people here. That I could never forgive."If Iran is bound and determined to have nuclear weapons, let it.The elimination of American opposition on this issue would open the way to genuine normalization between our two nations. It might even convince the Iranians that their country can flourish without nuclear weapons.But this should also be made clear to Tehran: If a dirty bomb explodes in Milwaukee, or some other nuclear device detonates in Baltimore or Wichita, if Israel or Egypt or Saudi Arabia should fall victim to a nuclear "accident," Iran should understand that the U.S. government will not search around for the perpetrator. The return address will be predetermined, and it will be somewhere in Iran.

Basically Koppel is saying that it would be a good idea to use the idea that these nuts have of 9/11 being an inside job to go to war, use it to have a new one and go to war with Iran. Does the word insane come to mind? I never liked Koppel that much, but ya would think a well educated guy like him would have a bit more in that head. If you really want to do that… tell everyone you are giving Iran nukes, without actually doing it!

Think about it, that is the goal to push the world into a war. Why are you going to give the country you are about to go to war with NUKES? What a moron.