Netanyahu declines to second-guess Obama on Iran

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said he isn't going to second guess US President Barack Obama's approach on Iran after the Teheran government's political crackdown. Netanyahu said he knew Obama wanted the Iranian people to be free. The premier stressed he was a big believer in democracy and that free people everywhere were amazed by the willingness of the Iranian people to stand up for their rights. Netanyahu appeared Sunday on NBC TV's "Meet the Press."