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Kerry: Obama prepared to use force in Iran after nuclear talks collapse

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Kerry: Obama prepared to use force in Iran after nuclear talks collapse
WEB Notes: In today's world the only truth is what is in God's Word. A nuclear deal was supposed to be reached last weekend and then it fell a part. Kerry said Iran walked away from the deal while Iran denies the claims. Now we see Kerry stating Obama and friends are ready to use military force. Was there ever any intention of peace? I think I Thes 5:3 is our answer.

(Washington Times) - Secretary of State John F. Kerry defended the Obama administration’s carrot-and-stick approach to nuclear negotiations with Iran, saying Sunday that the conciliatory strategy needs to be given a chance to work — while vowing that the U.S. is prepared to use force if necessary to keep the Islamic republic from developing a nuclear bomb.

“We can’t let mythology and politics start to cloud reality,” said Mr. Kerry, who dismissed criticism that the administration has done a poor job leveraging American power in international talks — the latest round of which closed over the weekend without a breakthrough — over Iran’s disputed nuclear program.

“The president has been willing and made it clear that he is prepared to use force with respect to Iran’s weapon, and he has deployed the forces and the weapons necessary to achieve that goal if it has to be achieved,” Mr. Kerry said during an interview with NBC.

Congressional lawmakers, as well as U.S. allies including France and Israel, have expressed concerns that the Obama administration has veered dangerously close to making too many concessions in its pursuit of a deal for Iran to reconfigure its nuclear program and open it to close international scrutiny in exchange for lifting U.S.-led sanctions.
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