A Republican congressman is calling on President Obama to cut off gasoline deliveries to Iran because of the Islamic Republic's rejection of a U.N. plan to curb its stockpile of enriched uranium.
"It is time for the Obama administration to recognize that negotiations with Iran in the absence of effective sanctions have failed," Illinois Rep. Mark Kirk said in a press release Monday.
"For diplomacy to succeed, Iran must come to the bargaining table in economic pain. To avoid military action and stop the emergence of a nuclear-armed Iran, President Obama should work to cut off Iran's gasoline supply in the next 90 days," he said.>>>
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