It’s interesting that many who are against the nuclear agreement with Iran argue that there are other options, including economic and political, to prevent war. But is it not the creation of atomic weapons that we are attempting to prevent?
Currently we aren’t at war and aren’t planning one. And as to the Iranian support of terrorism, not approving the agreement will do nothing to stop this.
Opening a conversation could possibly bring Iran into further conversations and, as stated by the administration, if Iran does attempt to build a bomb after this agreement is in place, we will stop them by force if necessary.
Percy C. Overman, Plantation