Starting from early June:
1. Daniel Pipes (Link)
Specifically on the topic of Iran:
In other words, if you vote for Barack Obama this November and he wins, George Bush will flip and start World War III.
What I suspect will be the case is, should the Democratic nominee win in November, President Bush will do something. And should it be Mr. McCain that wins, he'll punt, and let McCain decide what to do.
2. Bill Kristol and Chris Wallace, Faux News (Link)
Self-explanatory. If Obama wins, George wants to make sure Iran as a threat is completely nullified. Instead of allowing the President elect to have a say in this, it would be a far more reasonable if he spent his last two months in office bombing Iran with what's left of the US military. Hey, the Air Force and the Navy are doing fine (Except for enlistment being down... massively, and funding being diverted to the Army and public corruption in Iraq).
KRISTOL: I think honestly, if the president felt John McCain were going to be the next president he would think it more appropriate to let the next president make that decision than do it on his way out. I do wonder with Sen. Obama, if president Bush thinks Sen, Obama win does he somehow think that, does he worry that Obama won't follow through on the policy…
WALLACE: So, you're suggesting that he might in fact, if Obama's going to win the election, either before or after the election—launch a military strike?
KRISTOL: I don't know. I think he would worry about it. On the other hand, you can't, it's hard to make foreign policy based on guesses about election results...
3. John Bolton (Link)
We all know the US had something to do with the Osirak raid, and if for some reason, Obama wins, we're going to help them launch another one?
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton believes Israel will stage a raid against Iran's nuclear facilities if Democratic nominee Barack Obama wins the upcoming presidential election in November.
Bolton, often labeled a resolute neo-conservative, believes the Israeli attack would take place sometime between the day after Obama's win and his inauguration on January 20 of next year.
More to come, no doubt.