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Comment #288761 by RDX862

RDX862 Mar 2nd 2012, 9:43 PM #

Headline reads like a Bush quote the actual Atlantic article not so much.

Obama

“In that context, our argument is going to be that it is important for us to see if we can solve this thing permanently, as opposed to temporarily. And the only way, historically, that a country has ultimately decided not to get nuclear weapons without constant military intervention has been when they themselves take [nuclear weapons] off the table.”

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Barack Obama says he's not bluffing on possibility of Iran attack

Barack Obama says he's not bluffing on possibility of Iran attack

The US president said both Israel and Iran recognise that when he says it is “unacceptable for Iran to have a nuclear weapon, we mean what we say.”

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