RUSSERT: Seeing that, hearing that, learning that [NIE], doesn’t this remove the option of a pre-emptive military strike against Iran?
GIULIANI: No, I don’t think it does…. Of course we don’t want to use the military option. It’d be dangerous; it’d be risky; but I think it would be more dangerous and more risky if Iran did become a nuclear power.
As Steve Benen says,
It must be great to work in the communications staff for a Republican presidential campaign — you don’t have to bother to change the talking points based on new information, you just repeat the old lines as if nothing ever changes.
Irancove @ December 9, 2007