Lets continue to breakdown and analyze the discussion in Washington on Iran's Nuclear program visa-vi Israel.
Israel's Prime Minister, Bibi Netanyahu has put forth an equation that made headlines here. He said: Better missiles at Tel Aviv than an Iranian bomb.
In a speech, Mr. Netanyahu reminded everyone on the American refusal to bomb Auschwitz in WWII and declared: "I will never let my people live in the shadow of annihilation."
US President Barak Obama stated: "Those beating the drums of war against Iran need to explain the costs and benefits of such an action are."
In there meeting together, Israeli sources are saying the two heads of state decided to shorten the timetable for exhausting the diplomatic process.
But President Obama, one day after the meeting, spoke saying "an Israeli attack on Iran would also harm the US", and warned: "We will pay a severe price for an early attack."
It seems Obama mobilized many of his influential powers against an attack.
Yet, it is reported that Obama is inclined to provide Israel with bunkerbuster bombs and refueling planes.
Netanyahu left Washington with the impression that he will be taking everything back home to Israel and rehashing it to come up with a decision.
Meanwhile Iran has, once again, agreed to negotiations...
Brian Bush Middle East Correspondent LeSEA Broadcasting