Iraq And The Nuclear Option

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Iraq And The Nuclear Option

Last week, President Bush said he would not rule out using nuclear weapons against enemies wielding weapons of mass destruction. What do you think?
  • "Well, that seems like a pretty sensible policy that won't have any negative longterm repercussions among nuclear-capable nations already wary of the U.S."

    Dana Klugh
    Homemaker
  • "It's about time we had a president who's not afraid to step up to the plate and make the biggest mistake in the history of world civilization."

    Don Swartz
    Systems <br>Analyst
  • "He's bluffing. Bush could never bring himself to deliberately nuke that many oil fields."

    Cris Porter
    Roofer
  • "That reminds me. I've got some leftover falafel I'm gonna go nuke for lunch. This is called 'displacement behavior.' It is not working."

    Carl Roberts
    Engineer
  • "It's like the late '80s all over again: A Bush threatening war, nuclear paranoia, me involved in a protracted legal battle over an alleged sex crime..."

    Larry Golub
    Gardener
  • "You know the scariest thing about this whole situation? Me, neither. It's impossible to decide."

    Denise Traylor
    Graduate <br>Student
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