I bolded something for added emphasis, because it says a lot about the left.
In a conference call announcing the campaign, Greenwald and Sanders, I-Vt., said they don't have answers about what to do about Iran, but said they fear the White House will make a unilateral decision to attack.
They don't, however, want the White House to do anything about a country led by a Holocaust denier with hopes of bringing about something apocalyptic so some Twelfth Imam can return, thought. Where's the common sense?
And how long would it have taken them to come up with answers about Nazi Germany and Japan in the 1930s? I guess they'd just pretend that things like Mein Kampf and the Panay Incident didn't happen.