Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) revealed to the Fox and Friends panel Tuesday morning that amidst ongoing talks with Iran, he will introduce a resolution that defines what exactly a good deal with the Middle Eastern nation is.
Graham said that the goal of the talks is not to go to war.
A bad deal from an Israel point of view, he explained, would be allowing the Iranians the capability to develop a nuclear weapon.
In order to avoid this bad deal, Graham will propose a resolution that he says is a good, sound deal. It will include the following four tenets: 1) Turn over all enriched uranium to the international community, 2) Get out of the enrichment business, 3) Dismantle the plutonium producing reactor at Arak, and 4) If a commercial nuclear program is desired, let the fuel cycle be controlled by the international community.