Boy Senator Tom Cotton says a deal with Iran makes a war inevitable, sometime, 10, oh, maybe 20 years on.
“Twenty years, 10 years, 12 years, who knows? The proposal puts Iran on the path to being a nuclear-arms state, and I think once Iran becomes a nuclear-arms state, this will lead inevitably to some kind of military confrontation,” he said. “It may not be initially with the United States, but I think that's virtually inevitable.”
He also noted that one option to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons was to conduct military strikes against the country now:
Cotton said the campaign “would be something more along the lines of what President Clinton did in December 1998 during Operation Desert Fox. Several days air and naval bombing against Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction facilities for exactly the same kind of behavior.”