Well, it appears to be all Warner all day today.
Someone mistook me for a bigtime blogger and I got invited to attend Mark Warner's post-talk blogger chat. I asked the first question, which went something like:
I'm going to ask the Iran question, but I'm going to get at it sideways. You said that Iran is the biggest WMD threat out there. But Pakistan is a tremendously unstable country right now. And if Musharraf fell, Al Qaeda could get the bomb within 6 weeks. And al-Baradei has just said that Iran does not now have the bomb. So why is Iran the biggest threat?
He then listed several reasons why Iran was a threat: Ahmadenijad's nuttiness, a "regional strategy," support for terrorism. I pointed out that none of those things were WMDs. I'm not certain, but I'm fairly sure he argued that Hammas was a big threat, although he did later admit that Al Qaeda is a threat.
Anyway, I think I at least made him think about this differently.