Thursday, February 22, 2007

So, What to Do About It?

AP: Iran has expanded its uranium enrichment program instead of complying with a U.N. Security Council ultimatum to freeze it.

As a public service, we offer some potential solutions for this problem, courtesy of the U.S. Air Force:









And, if that's not enough, there's always the "naval option."




Three years of "negotiation" with Iran have brought us to this point. It's about time to try a different means of persuasion.

5 comments:

enuff said...

You mean you don't want to join in this new round of negotiations with our good friends and allies the Euro's?

A month, maybe 2, from now they’ll be saying, ‘Sanctions? What sanctions? Silly, arrogant Amerinazi’s!’

Excuse me while I go spit out another mouthful of 50 BMG boat tails.

eatyourbeans said...

To make it worth the trouble, wouldn't we have to take out the regime too? Is this even possible?

Hadley said...

I like option number three. An oldie but a goodie.

Not much TOT, and Santa's Sleigh brings LOTS of goodies.

Hadley said...

eatyourbeans

That is the good thing about option number three. BUFF can bring enough for EVERYBODY.

Of course option number one, can pick and choose better.

eatyourbeans said...

Option 3. Sorry but it's too close to Russia and China, unless the warheads are packed with swineium.

Anybody have an option #4?