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WASHINGTON — The United States will "do what has to be done" to keep Iran from developing nuclear weapons, the White House said Monday, declining to comment on a media report about possible new sanctions.
"We think it's important to do what has to be done in order to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon," starting with "engaging directly" with Tehran, spokesman Robert Gibbs told reporters.
Gibbs declined to comment specifically on a New York Times report that a top US official discussed with Israel the possibility of imposing sanctions aimed at starving the Islamic repub
Originally posted by mrmonsoon
reply to post by SLAYER69
Frankly, anything that is a step in the right direction, is a step in the right direction.
I think a direct talk between the two countries is a worth while event.
Ok, baby steps, but every baby step.....
It also, puts it on Iran....
If they refuse the meeting, then "they" are showing they don't want peace, to even try....
The President needs to quit apologizing to the world for what Bush had to do for the protection of the United States since 9/11, "grow a set of nuts" and take care of Iran.
Originally posted by 12m8keall2c
Whilst direct and Open communications would seem the Best foot forward here