Clare Lopez, vice president of the Center for Security Policy, told WND she concurs with the detailed assessment recently published by John Bolton, the former U.S. ambassador to the U.N., which came to that stark conclusion.
And Lopez told WND she agreed that such a strike “does not necessarily mean all-out war.”
While she also agreed with Bolton that stopping President Obama’s nuclear deal will not prevent Iran from getting the bomb, Lopez still stressed the importance of having Congress reject the agreement.
She insisted it’s worth voting down the deal as an expression of the will of the American people and their recognition that it is a bad deal, and because there seems to be some indication that Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei will make his own decision, up or down, based on the vote in Congress.
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