Thursday, April 22, 2010

Obama Briefed on Plan to Prevent Iran from Obtaining Nuclear Weapons

Washington, D.C.--It took several large screens in President Obama's Situation Room to project the administration's plan to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear capability should diplomatic efforts fail.

"The plan presented a staggering array of options," said one of several administration officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity. "The options ranged from giant hearts to a bunch of connected triangles with some of them filled in."

According to another official, the plan seemed to be the product of "dozens of hours of less than productive meetings," but the official emphasized key points of the plan were clearly marked by "giant puffy letters and squiggly underlining."

Associated article: Washington Post

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