Pat Buchanan and Joe Scarborough last night on MSNBC:
SCARBOROUGH:And I want start with you, Pat Buchanan. There‘s talk in Washington right now, not just about Iraq, but also Iran, a coming war with Iran. Is that possible?
You have got Cheney and Bush right now looking at a legacy of having gotten the United States into two wars, and maybe lost those wars, or legacy where they have destroyed Iran‘s nuclear capacity, validated the Bush doctrine, saved Israel.
I think there is a real temptation—there will be—and a real drive, in both parties, to get the United States, whatever it does, to go in from air and sea, and take out Iran‘s nuclear facilities. I will bet you that is coming.
BUCHANAN: I will bet you the president and vice president are considering it, even as we speak.
SCARBOROUGH: And, Craig Crawford, I would bet just about any amount of money that I had available that George Bush will not leave office with a nuclear Iran.