Yes, there is a feasible military option against the mullahs’ nuclear program.
by Thomas McInerney
The Weekly Standard
A MILITARY OPTION AGAINST Iran’s nuclear facilities is feasible. A diplomatic solution to the nuclear crisis is preferable, but without a credible military option and the will to implement it, diplomacy will not succeed. The announcement of uranium enrichment last week by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad shows Iran will not bow easily to diplomatic pressure. The existence of a military option may be the only means of persuading Iran–the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism–to back down from producing nuclear weapons.