Want Closure on Iran? Go Talk to Dr. Phil

Aaron David Miller writes in Foreign Policy that there is enough uncertainty about how far along Iran’s nuclear program is to ensure that the west will not go for a military option any time soon.

Miller:

Without an Iran much further along in its quest for nuclear weapons, nobody with the possible exception of Israel — and again, there’s no consensus there, let alone in Washington — has the inclination, let alone the will, to go to war right now …

If a U.S. president at some point makes a decision that stopping Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon requires military force — that is to say it is in the highest category of what constitutes America’s vital national interest — he almost certainly will try every conceivable approach before acting, including the possibility of direct secret diplomacy with the mullahs. But I don’t think we’re there quite yet.


Author: Stand For Israel | October 18, 2012
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What do you think?

  • Bishop Jerome
    October 19, 2012
    5:12 am
     

    Iran’s Nuclear ambitions are a threat to the entire world and especially Israel, there will never be peace untilthis demonic Government is severely delt with, go Israel.

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  • sandra
    October 18, 2012
    6:04 pm
     

    I agree to the point that U.S is not ready to intervene from a military standpoint. It’s unclear when and if they ever will. Israel is protected by the mighty power of Lord God on high and if Israel feels she needs to take swift action then the U.S. should help and assist and without hesitation. This problem cannot continue to be ignored. I pray daily for the continued protection of Israel. If we do not support Israel’s decisions then GOD will not support us…

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  • Harold
    October 18, 2012
    3:29 pm
     

    He would be the LAST person I would go to.

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  • Malcom
    October 18, 2012
    1:06 pm
     

    YES lets send Dr. Phil over to Iran. Let him talk to the nuts if charge, he could retire from all the mental leaders.
    Hows that going for You?

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  • Mary
    October 18, 2012
    12:14 pm
     

    What was Dr. Phil’s answer? I did not see it.
    I would not trust anything this phoney had to say.

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  • Cathy
    October 18, 2012
    11:59 am
     

    I am so a shamed that we have a President of the U.S. that does not care what happens to Israel. He is for his Muslim family and state he will never allow the United States to have a war with Iran. I am praying that our election will be defeating him and Mitt Romney becomes our President for the next four years. What I am stating is that Obama as said is in this video site.

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  • John
    October 18, 2012
    11:27 am
     

    I don’t know what’s the recourse for America with the double-talking leadership of this country, but I do know that talking to ‘Dirtbag’ Phil ain’t the answer!

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  • louis
    October 18, 2012
    11:26 am
     

    do what you need to do an move on

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  • Don
    October 18, 2012
    11:15 am
     

    Talk is cheap. Quit dancing and get it done.

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