The report by the Bipartisan Policy Center cited here is calling for Iraq chapter II all over again – wanting to march into a war without thinking it through and at the same time claiming “..the group chose not to explicitly advocate military action.”  

“Without explicitly calling for an attack on Iran, the report says:  The United States needs to make clear that Iran faces a choice: it can either abandon its nuclear program through a negotiated arrangement or have its program destroyed militarily by the United States or Israel,”  
They claim to not advocate military action while they clearly want to set up circumstances where military action will follow.  And this is not just an air strike being proposed “the report says such a strike would include an air campaign of several weeks to target key military and nuclear installations, accompanied by the U.S. special forces on the ground.”

We need to be looking closely at the motives of this organization.  We already have a National Security Council and the president has not taken military action off the table.  Why do we need these people second guessing?  It sounds very similar to the end-around game played by Bush’s staffers when they created a new “intelligence group” to prop up conclusions which didn’t have support elsewhere in the intelligence world.

They also are not saying a lot about a report [here] and [here] stating that “An American attack on Iran will be viewed by Moscow as an attack on Russia.”  That’s not a minor detail to be addressed later.

Wake up America!

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