“I think today is the day in which I witnessed a feature of nuclear war in the Middle East in the future someday that will be part of our children’s heritage,” stated US Senator Mark Kirk from Illinois in November 2013 after a briefing on Iran conducted by Secretary of State John Kerry. “This administration,” he said, “like Neville Chamberlain is yielding a large and bloody conflict in the Middle East involving Iranian nuclear weapons that will now be part of our children’s future.”
Senator Kirk’s statement might sound alarmist, and some may even attribute it to Republican grandstanding. However, in view of the Obama administration’s new Iran policy it would be a mistake to dismiss the senator’s remark out of hand. [...]
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