The War Cheerleaders never go away, they just move on to the next place to bomb.
Iran and world powers on Monday began to “engage” in detail about Iran’s nuclear program for the first time, although fundamental differences could prove unbridgeable at a second day of talks Tuesday, which could jeopardize the diplomatic track and eventually risk another Middle East war.
The P5+1 group (the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France, and Germany) want Iran to give up its most sensitive uranium enrichment work, close a deeply buried facility and take steps that will forever keep it from acquiring a nuclear weapon.
As part of a seemingly endless series of negotiations that have shown little progress, and which have limited popularity (the secret to being a War Monger is it’s always viscerally the easiest path, y’know until the war actually happens).
Meanwhile, the mere existence of diplomacy happening makes the usual suspects like Bill Kristol angry:
Somewhere a young girl is picking the daisies Bill Kristol dreams of having pushed up instead.