No War With Iran
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The evidence for the planning of U.S. and Israeli air strikes on Iranian nuclear sites is overwhelming. The U.S. has sold at least 500 bunker busters, as well as other weapons, to Israel. Much evidence forecasts U.S./Israeli air strikes against Iran in March of 2006, suspiciously the same month Iran opens its Oil Bourse, which will sell oil only in Euros instead of the customary U.S. dollars. In the December 30, 2005, issue of the German Der Speigel (http://service.spiegel.de/cache/international/0,1518,392783,00.html), it was reported that during "CIA Director Porter Goss' Dec. 12 visit to Ankara, he asked Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to provide support for a possible 2006 air strike against Iranian nuclear and military facilities.
The article also stated: "DDP (German News Agency) also reported that the governments of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Oman and Pakistan have been informed in recent weeks of Washington's military plans." This is just one of countless recent reports of the military planning against Iran. For an in-depth collection of articles on the subject of military action on Iran, please visit this site: http://reseaudesign.com/research/iran/iran_summery.html.
The U.S. has absolutely nothing to gain from military action against Iran. Beyond that, given our recent bloody campaign in Iraqwhich for some time has faced increasing oppositionand given our overstretched military, and given our massive economic deficitspushing close to the default levelthe U.S. doesn't have a single advantage in a military conflict with Iran. Engaging Iran in any form of aggressive conflict would destroy any remaining favorable U.S. standing in world opinion, would be met with severe and bloody resistance, possibly a war between the U.S. and many countries, and could lead to unrecoverable damage to the U.S. This madness has to be stopped before it becomes a situation of no return.
We, the undersigned, are urging all members of Congress to do everything in their power to ensure that the conflict with Iran does not reach the level of military confrontation.