Bush Won't Rule Out Action Against Iran Over Nukes
Bring it all on, Bush. Typical pattern of injury among soldiers wearing Kevlar vests to protect the chest and abdomen. (New England Journal of Medicine)
President Bush said on Monday he would not rule out military action against Iran if that country was not more forthcoming about its suspected nuclear weapons program.
“I hope we can solve it diplomatically, but I will never take any option off the table,” Bush said in an interview with NBC News when asked if he would rule out the potential for military action against Iran “if it continues to stonewall the international community about the existence of its nuclear weapons program.”