Killing the Iran deal sets us up for a quagmire, nuclear Iran, or both
As usual, the media coverage of the Iran deal tends to focus on the political aspects: can Obama get the votes he neeeds? Will the Democrats be split? What will the voters think? But in a decade, historians looking back will judge the wisdom of the deal, or the idiocy of killing it, on three key points, based on whether we (1) simply reimplement sanctions, (2) launch a full on invasion, or (3) pursue a 'limited' airwar. It's frankly hard to see which option is worst, but the past decade and a half has shown that none are good as