- "One has to have an understanding the lessons learned from our past dealings with Iran. In a nut shell, our past engagements with Iran have resulted in an emboldened Iran, or as Iran’s Ahmadinejad calls it: a train without breaks. These negotiations have bought the theocratic regime in Iran time to pursue their malice, and have weakened the United States’ position in dealing with them. These seemingly American peaceful gestures have significantly augmented the risk of confrontation."
An Open Letter to Sen. Obama on Iran