"A former U.S. Air Force General and CIA director says Iran cannot get the bomb before next year, when the US is better able to attack.
Michael Hayden, who headed the CIA when Israel bombed a Syrian nuclear reactor under construction, told the Haaretz newspaper in an interview, "While it is probably true that the so-called 'window' regarding effective action is closing, there is still some time, as real decisions are to be made in 2013 or 2014."
There will not be an attack on Iran before the U.S. election. I strongly doubt there will ever be an attack on Iran's nuke facilities - the consequences are far too large with unpredictable outcomes other than complete disaster for everyone. A war-pig like Hayden showing some restraint on the idea leads me to believe the Washington elites have rejected any such plan...at least for now. – Wes