Obama's Evolving Position on Iran

Don't call Barack Obama an appeaser. In his speech Wednesday before the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee, Obama sounded a bit like the more hawkish officials in the Bush administration. He said the military option is "on the table" for dealing with Iran's nuclear program, and in stark contrast to earlier statements, he said he would meet with Iranian leaders "if and only if it can advance the interest of the United States." Obama's tone was strikingly different from it has been...Full Story
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