March 23, 2002


U.S. Nuclear Arms Stance Modified by Policy Study : Preemptive Strike Becomes an Option (Walter Pincus, March 23, 2002, Washington Post)
Immediate contingencies, which require pretargeted weapons, "include an Iraqi attack on Israel or its neighbors, a North Korean attack on South Korea or a military confrontation [with China] over the status of Taiwan," the review says.

I have no problem with nuking Iraq (or Syria or Saudi Arabia), North Korea, or China if they jump ugly with Israel, South Korea, or Taiwan. On one side are the most vile, repressive, and murderous regimes around; on the other are democratic allies. Calling Colonel Tibbets... Posted by Orrin Judd at March 23, 2002 2:43 PM
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