"The Cafferty File": Forum for Iran prez?Now that Iran's president has declared the dispute over his country's nuclear program "closed", what's next?
Simply put, the U.S. will give a wink and a nod to the Israeli air force like it did in Syria and his nuclear bomb factories will be toast. Why shouldn't the country that this wacko is building the bombs to destroy have the right to take preemptive action? -Anthony, Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Iran should allow nuclear inspectors in to confirm that the program is in fact "closed". If it is, then leave them alone, if it's not, we need to keep the pressure on them until it is closed.-Christopher, Bedford, Texas
Iran has had a free hand in the Middle East for too long. Now it's time to move another aircraft carrier to the gulf and teach them a lesson. -Phillip, Denver, ColoradoAre you satisfied with how airlines treat delays?
Absolutely not. Congress needs to put some heat on the airlines or the situation will never improve. -Harry, Nashville, Tennessee
The airlines could care less. Once you're there on the plane, they know the passenger can't do anything. And it's true, what are we gonna do? Get off the plane and walk? It’s a joke the way they treat customers. -Tom, Los Angeles, California
Well I'll complain if my burger is too overcooked at a restaurant. I'll complain about my paycheck at my job. I'll complain that my mother always needs to know where I'm going. But when it comes to the airport, I seem to have a heart there. Adding extra pressure on the airlines in trying to speed things up will just make us that more vulnerable to another catastrophe. I'll wait the extra hour or two if it means my life. -Chris, Green Brook, New Jersey
I think the airlines are doing the best they can, considering the circumstances. However, they should not be allowed to keep passengers in the aircraft sitting at the airport for extended periods, exceeding two hours at max. -Ken, Lynchburg, Virginia
Airlines should have doctors determine how long people should go without food or water or maybe the airlines could try this exercise: Walk in someone else's shoes. How long would you like to sit in a plane with no fresh air, crying children, and no water or food? -Lynne, Alaska