Netanyahu and Obama embrace "very nuclear" Iran
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"There has been too much loose talk of war" said U.S. President Barrack Obama today in his meeting with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, "and too few loose acts of war." Both men agreed that "now is the time to embrace a very nuclear Iran." The announcement marks a sharp break from prior policy. Sanctions will be lifted, and, according to Mr. Netanyahu "that's not all that will be lifting off."
The two leaders set forth a plan whereby the first nuclear tests in Iran will be conducted by Israel and the United States. Mr. Obama insists the West will give Iran "unprecedented access" to alpha rays, beta rays, gamma rays, "the works."
"If the geiger counter counts it, Iran's going to get it" added Mr. Netanyahu.