Ever since negotiators finished work on a nuclear agreement with Iran, President Obama and his aides have been fending off critics with a recurring refrain: What's the alternative?
"There's no alternative that you or anybody else has proposed," Secretary of State John F. Kerry lectured Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) last week.
"What's the alternative?" Kerry asked earlier. "Go to war now?" In a column recently, I wrote that U.S. officials considered this their "killer argument."
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