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Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton, a leader of Republican resistance to the emerging Iranian nuclear deal, predicted Thursday that U.S. military strikes on Iran could cripple its nuclear capabilities without leading to a full-scale war.
"The United States military has amazing capabilities," Cotton told Capital Download, USA TODAY's weekly video newsmaker series. He said past Israeli air force attacks on nuclear facilities in Iraq and Syria and President Obama's own statements about a "military option" indicate that "air and naval bombing of Iran's nuclear facilities would in fact work."
originally posted by: TinfoilTP
He made some good points, too bad Obama didn't make them before he started negotiations.
originally posted by: Granite
a reply to: Southern Guardian
Can you provide a link to a "good nuke deal" that Nutter Ayatollah Obama has recently achieved?
The Senate is one vote from 60 on resolution to mandate Senate oversight of any Iran deal...shattering Obama's diplomacy fatwa.