What if Bush Decides To Attack Iran on the Way Out of Office?

Ha’aretz’s Ari Shavit poses the following hypothetical:

He thinks that this scenario may have “little likelihood” of happening, but, he adds, “little likelihood is not zero likelihood.”

The upshot of confronting Iran? Shavit writes:

Hat tip: JTA’s Uriel Heilman, who thinks this scenario ain’t gonna happen.

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