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Making it easy to figure out whom to vote for.
You really wanted to hear more about that non-attack on Iran, didn't you?
Tony Karon asks three good questions:
1. Does the U.S. have a right to launch wars of aggression without provocation, in defiance of international law and an international consensus, simply on the basis of its own suspicions about another country's future intentions?M. J. Rosenberg makes some similar points.
2. Even if Iran were to acquire the means to build a nuclear weapon, would that be a legitimate or prudent reason for launching a war?
3. Is Iran actually developing nuclear weapons?
Gary Hart points out that it's Congress that declares war, and bombing Iran would be war.