What would Nixon do if he were in the White House? He would not even consider allowing Iran to get the bomb. He would know the mullahs well enough to understand that if they say they will use the bomb to annihilate Israel, they probably will. He would not even remotely make a fake, absolutely unverifiable deal with a regime that denies our understanding of the deal on a subject of life and death.
He would never in a million years allow Iran to get a nuclear bomb even as their leaders scream “Death to America” and “Death to Israel.” He would keep us and our freedom alive. He would not even allow the glimmer of a chance of a terrorist state with nuclear weapons, so writes Ben Stein in The American Spectator
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