President Barack Obama characterized an 'historic' international pact made today as a 'good deal' that will 'cut off every pathway that Iran could take to develop a nuclear weapon.'
Still the US leader cautioned, 'Our work is not yet done. A deal has not yet been signed.'
'Nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to,' he said.
Obama lauded his administration in the Rose Garden speech, namely Secretary of State John Kerry, for uniting the global community in negotiations with Iran and posited that the political framework under discussion could prevent another war in the Middle East.Thomas Sowell writes:
Clearing the way for Iran to get nuclear bombs may -- probably will -- be the most catastrophic decision in human history. And it can certainly change human history, irrevocably, for the worse.