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Saturday, November 30, 2013

Obama-Claus comes early to Iran

The Obama-Kerry Insanity

My wife used to tell me that when I Blog I use the words "idiots" and "morons" too often in describing the Ruling Elites of the US.

I say used to because after the Obamacare roll out, Syria and the Iran nuke agreement she has gone ballistic and is suggesting foul adjectives about Obama that have rarely passed human lips.  

Charles Krauthammer on the Iran deal:
“It’s really hard to watch the president and secretary of state and not think how they cannot be embarrassed by this deal. Think about this, for half a dozen times, the Security Council has passed resolutions which said Iran has to stop all enrichment. Otherwise, there will be no change in the sanctions. No relief. Which means six times China and Russia, not exactly hardliners on Iran, have signed onto this. And what is the result of this agreement? Iran retains the right to enrich. It continues to enrich during the six months. It is promised a final deal in which we’re going to work out the details of its enrichment. And remember, enrichment is the dam against all proliferation. Once a country anywhere can start to enrich, there is no containing its nuclear capacity. So it undermines the entire idea of non-proliferation and it grants Iran a right it’s been lusting for, for a decade. That’s why there was so much jubilation in Tehran over this.”


Anonymous said...

For all practical purposes, the U.S. has recognized it as a right that an Islamofascist regime that for decades has funded and armed terrorists, some of whom killed U.S .soldiers in Iraq, can make fuel that powers atomic weapons. Iran’s record of its past behavior suggests that Tehran will bank these concessions and then carry on as before. The regime's insistence on access to the full fuel cycle is highly suggestive that it wishes to retain freedom of maneuver to develop nuclear weapons. With Chamberlain's ghost alive, millions could ultimately be dead through nuclear terror.

Gary said...

This is not an easy nut to crack. The US military failed to control Vietnam, Iraq or Afghanistan. Economic sanctions failed against Britain in 1812, and failed against Napoleon and Cuba today.