Iran can “never, ever … be allowed to possess a nuclear weapon”
“This is a very uncomfortable development for the United States.”
New opening or same old same old?
“People were killed because of the actions of one of them.”
Maybe it’s time to start ignoring this spoiled brat
Feed a cold, starve a fevered dictator?
Just look at “actions taken in Syria and Afghanistan,” for instance.
“If Kim Jong Un has nuclear weapons and ICBMs, he can do anything.”
Out with the old. Not so much in with the new.
“…allowing countries to build bombs with smaller amounts of plutonium or uranium.”
“…we’re going to be at the top of the pack.”
“Kim Jong-un’s days are numbered.”
Let’s make a deal?
Some of you really should stay off the internet for your own well being
“It is the threat that keeps me awake at night.”
“The fear of nuclear war that we had as children, I never thought our children would ever have to deal with that again.”
Plus: Russia unveils the Satan 2.
“A new Cold War.”
“…there’s actually been an increase.”
Negating missile-defense systems?
“Three times he asked, at one point, ‘If we have them, why can’t we use them?’”
Actually worse than an apology.
What could possibly go wrong?
“They are not willing to sit quietly with Iran on brink of a nuclear or atomic bomb.”
North Korea: Shutdown “an act of war.”
Tunnel of hate?
Party like it’s 1985
Get used to this with Iran, too.
History repeating itself with Iran deal?
“infinitely more possible today than it was just one year ago”
“not something we would discuss publicly”
All the old familiar phases.
Petraeus: Iran is our biggest threat in Iraq, not ISIS.
Blast from the past
The Zbigniew plan?
More politics than policy
“there is…an anti-intellectualism on the left.”
Yea, but it depends which war