I sent the following letter to the editors of The Indianapolis Star and the Indianapolis Recorder:
I am glad President Obama visited Hiroshima, and used the occasion to call on us all to work harder for peace throughout the world.
He said, “”We must change our mindset about war itself. To prevent conflict through diplomacy, and strive to end conflicts after they’ve begun.”
He demonstrated doing this with the hard diplomatic work his administration did to bring countries together to approve the Iran nuclear deal, heading off what many are convinced would have been war with Iran. And the deal is the best way to be able to continue to monitor Iran’s nuclear program.
I hope Senators Donnelly and Coats will speak out in support of President Obama’s visit, and efforts for nuclear disarmament.