As Iran broadcasts images of the country's leadership reviewing the first Iranian-made nuclear fuel rods–key components for any nation intent on creating a nuclear weapon. The question remains: what options does the U.S. have to keep Iran from getting the bomb? On CNN's Erin Burnett OutFront, former military intelligence officer Paula Broadwell said a military strike "doesn't make sense" since "we don't have the funds and resources...nor, I think, the political will."
Polls show 58% of Americans would consider military options to keep Iran from getting nuclear weapons, but Broadwell says many Americans may not be considering the likely fallout from an attack–including the Iranian response. Broadwell says Iran may choose to attack–directly or through other groups–"soft targets" outside the U.S., including embassies and American troops stationed overseas.