What Should the United States Do About Iran's Nuclear Program?

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says Iran is moving closer to possessing a nuclear bomb.

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From the AP: "The top U.S. military official"— Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff—"said Sunday that Iran has sufficient fissile material for a nuclear weapon, declaring it would be a 'very, very bad outcome' should Tehran move forward with a bomb." The Israeli government has reportedly been considering a military strike against Iran's nuclear facilities. It remains unclear how exactly the Obama administration will seek to dissuade Iran from bringing its nuclear program to fruition. What should the U.S. do about Iran's nuclear program? Should the prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran concern the United States? Post your thoughts.

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