Bill Kristol and Jamie Fly

If the Iranian regime is so concerned about their survival that they won't hit the U.S. after a military strike against their country, than they obviously aren't going to be using their nuclear weapons against anyone lest they invite a far more devastating attack. The same argument, in other words, that leads Kristol and Fly to conclude we can safely attack Iran can be flipped around to conclude that we can live with and contain a nuclear-armed Iran.

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