Pentagon Affirms AT Writer's Analytical Prowess

In my November 22 article, "Iran's Maginot Line," I wrote:

Much is made of Iran's deeply buried nuclear sites.  But those sites are useless if the Iranians can't get to them.  Therefore, it may not be necessary to destroy the sites, but merely to seal the entrances.

Fast-forward to January 28, to a Jerusalem Post article, "'US bunker-buster incapable of destroying Iran nuke plants,'" whose last paragraph reads (emphasis mine):

Another senior official said that the Pentagon could make up for the MOPs' shortcomings by dropping them along with other guided bombs on bunkers' entry and exit points. "There is a virtue to deepness but you still need to get in and out," he said.

Does American Thinker feature great writers, or what?

Gene Schwimmer is the author of The Christian State.

In my November 22 article, "Iran's Maginot Line," I wrote:

Much is made of Iran's deeply buried nuclear sites.  But those sites are useless if the Iranians can't get to them.  Therefore, it may not be necessary to destroy the sites, but merely to seal the entrances.

Fast-forward to January 28, to a Jerusalem Post article, "'US bunker-buster incapable of destroying Iran nuke plants,'" whose last paragraph reads (emphasis mine):

Another senior official said that the Pentagon could make up for the MOPs' shortcomings by dropping them along with other guided bombs on bunkers' entry and exit points. "There is a virtue to deepness but you still need to get in and out," he said.

Does American Thinker feature great writers, or what?

Gene Schwimmer is the author of The Christian State.

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