Once again, FUX news is squawking about Iran's uranium enrichment, dropping not-so-suttle hints that they're fully for war against Iran. Today on 'My Word' rolleyes: ) with John Gibson, that witchy columnist Anne Coulter merrily commented on how to fix high oil prices. 'Well, erm, why don't we just invade Ear-raaahn? They've got plenty [sic] oil, and we'd settle the whole bomb issue!' With Ann Coulter around, nobody has to waste the word "bitch" on dogs anymore. That got me thinking. Personally, I'm rather freaked out by the whole idea of Iran having the bomb. I mean, do we have to wait until there's a mushroom cloud over Tel Aviv to do anything? I know that's what it would take to get international acceptance for the war. But is it the right decision? If we invaded Iran before they attacked anyone, we'd be the big, bad boogymen (as usual). But if we waited until after an attack, everyone would scream that we didn't provide leadership and were too timid. We'd be cursed as the evil, evil Americans that we are. So where does that leave us? How can we disarm this whole conflict without completely killing what's left of our international image?