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For US senators from Pennsylvania talk to reporters after they were briefed by the administration about the killing of Iran's top general the story from K. Y. W.'s can go office Republican senator Pat Toomey supports the president of the drone strike on stole money saying Iran as a dangerous radical pariah in the region and supports state sponsored terrorism I am hoping that the sanctions and the enormous economic pressure that we have been and will continue to put on a rant will ultimately lead to either this regime changing its pursuit of hostilities and nuclear weapons for it is being replaced by another machine that was to me does not support the war powers resolution which would require Congress to debate whether war is necessary in the region but senator Bob Casey a Democrat does we live in a country where people relied too from Vietnam to Iraq and maybe beyond that and the American people need and deserve answers to these basic questions Congress has not voted to approve a war since two thousand two political analysts say many fear the repercussions in an election year Kim Clovis K. Y. W. news