The White House
on Tuesday that slapping new sanctions on Iran could sink international negotiations to curb Tehran’s nuclear program
and send America on a “march to war.”
In the latest ratcheting up of the administration’s effort to stop Congress from adding to existing sanctions, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney
said Americans are in a deeply antiwar mood and implied that voters might turn their anger on lawmakers if a failure of diplomacy leads to military action to prevent Iran from getting the bomb.