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Letter: Talks with Iran would suffer if Congress got involved

Published November 16, 2013 11:17 pm
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Recent talks with Iran on limiting their nuclear program would be greatly hindered if our incompetent Congress tries to get involved ("Kerry: New sanctions on Iran could kill nuke deal," Tribune, Nov. 13).

Let us all hope that more responsible members help to temper Congress and let professionals make these negotiations during this critical and historic time.

Libya is an obvious example of how the current administration can handle international affairs.

Bill Stone

Park City




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