An incipient two-front strike on Iran?
Faster, please. From what does get out of the country, it seems a good push from outside (or two outsides, at opposite ends!) would topple the barbaric theocracy in short order.
The problem, of course, is popular support. Now, as Instapundit points out, there are a few on the left brimming with outrage that attacking Iran wasn't first on the agenda. I find it hard to imagine they wouldn't do an immediate about-face if Bush ordered such a strike tomorrow. Taking a contrarian position out of sheer spite may not make much sense, true, but that's never stopped the most vocal critics of the Iraq campaign.