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Memo to all you multilateralists and internationalists out there: Your time is rapidly running out on the issue of Iran. Clearly you would have us believe that the vaunted "international community" is the preferred instrument for the resolution of international crises. Well, now's your chance to convince us. Put up or shut up, in other words.

Multinational solutions are all well and good, but thus far the E.U. and the U.N. together have done precisely pea shit toward preventing Iran's mad sprint to become a nuclear power. If that doesn't change, your side is not going to have a lot of credibility the next time it tries to beat the drums of multilateralism.

Should things continue in this vein (as it appears likely they will) and it becomes necessary for the U.S. or Israel to launch a pre-emptive strike, I do not want to hear any bitchin' from your side of the fence.

If such a strike should come to pass, it will mean one thing and one thing only: You guys had yet another chance to demonstrate the efficacy of the global community in resolve security crises... and you blew it.


Does Iran have enough oil to make it worth using our military to enrich Halliburton?

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