This sounds familiar (unfortunately):
Six countries trying to address concerns about Iran’s nuclear program met in Germany on Wednesday, but the German government said it has received no official word yet on new proposals that Tehran is pledging to make.
ElBaradei: Threat of Iran nuclear program is ‘hyped’
The head of the UN nuclear watchdog agency is quoted as saying he thinks that in many ways the threat posed by Iran has been “hyped.”
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, published by a group of prominent scientists, interviewed International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei.
The magazine quotes ElBaradei as saying there is no concrete evidence that Tehran has an ongoing nuclear weapons program. Despite that, ElBaradei says, “many people are talking about how Iran’s nuclear program is the greatest threat to the world.”
What say we…you know…freakin’ pay attention this time, shall we? I swear, if I hear any wingnutty Glenn Beck-heads telling me that Iran is a nuclear threat, I’m gonna go nuclear on THEM.