Now That We've Imposed Much Tougher Sanctions On Iran , What Do You Think Will Be Iran's Next Move ?

Will they capitulate ? Or more saber-rattling rhetoric ? I don't have a link yet but I did just hear that there are signs that Iran is actually planning for a confrontation and maybe massing it's troops . Nothing imminent or anything like that . But do you think Iran might strike first ?

Asked By: Earnest T 2.0 - 10/25/2007
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Iran was at war with Iraq for years and got no place... More
Answered By: JimSock - 10/25/2007
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Nope! They want to provoke an agressor - not BE the agressor! Ahmed-the-nut-job is no fool! *laughter*
Answered By: Mista Ricksta - 10/25/2007
Shutting down their banks hurts them. But tyrants don't capitulate, they whine. I predict they'll come out on al Jazeira and bemoan the American Zionist cruelties in the world.
Answered By: mahal - 10/25/2007
I doubt Iran wants a full scale war. Sanctions can be effective, but, for the most part, they really just hurt the everyday civilians of our targets... More
Answered By: alphabetsoup2 - 10/25/2007
Why should Iran strike first? They are not stupid -// at least not as stupid as the neocons.
Answered By: Paul - 10/25/2007
That be great all their troops in mass at once will provide one large target to eliminate. THis is great news.
Answered By: Holy Defender of The Republic - 10/25/2007
My biggest concern about starting a conflict with Iran, is that they will have no reason not to cross the border into Iraq once attacked, and we will have a huge mess there then that I am not sure we will be able to contain.
Answered By: Steve C - 10/25/2007
Yes, I think will strike first. I'm not quite sure where (or even what country), but they will make the first move.
Answered By: Lisa M - 10/25/2007
I think we are headed for a confrontation, Iran just bought some fighter jets from Russia. Yes, I believe their intention is to strike first.
Answered By: bossy babe - 10/25/2007
More saber rattling,followed by more saber ratting by the US. If we aren't careful we will get the nutjob reelected. Historically Iran has never attacked/invaded anyone,they have took a defensive stance. You never know with the world today. added. Ahmadinejad does not have the power to declare war
Answered By: here to help - 10/25/2007
The leaders of Iran will be destroyed by their own people.
Answered By: dirtbag #1 - 10/25/2007
They will continue to ignore us until either we or Israel bomb them.
Answered By: ozbe - 10/25/2007
The Iranians will wait sometime and get organized, and than initiate Terror actions against the US, it's allies in the middle east, and anybody they think agrees with the US. they will employ El Qaida members in Iraq, Hezbollah, Hamas, and any other terror group, but they will not openly attack US targets.
Answered By: amiram a - 10/25/2007
If Iran is smart and I think they are smarter than bush at least, they will continue to form strong bonds with nations like Russia and China. The US cannot afford to tangle with them.
Answered By: The President - 10/25/2007
they will close the tap on their oil fields, and the barel will go to 150$. thank you all politicians for your BS which increase my transport costs and my cost of living as a whole. after almost drying up the production in IRAQ, now they go and mess up the 4 th oil producer. smart, real smart!!!
Answered By: theedge - 10/25/2007
as a PERSIAN boy living in IRAN i say you this : i ensure you our people don't allow our idiot president start a war , appriximately 90 % of PERSIANS like USA . you can read the history of iran , it is a long time that our troops didn't attack other countries . we really are peacfuul and if our regime plans to start... More
Answered By: toffanesahra - 10/25/2007
Strike with what? Molotov cocktails... More
Answered By: Bert T - 10/25/2007
The government of Iran has never done anything to threaten the U.S. and never will. Iran will simply get their financing from Russia, and if that dries up, from China... More
Answered By: brucec83 - 10/25/2007
Iran will send an air mail to Israel.
Answered By: truth - 10/25/2007
I think they will continue on their road to nuclear power and weaponry. And possibly a strike against a US interest in the Gulf or elsewhere.
Answered By: ALASPADA - 10/26/2007
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