We’ve seen Obama and Kerry desperate for a deal with Iran. We can only guess who the people pushing for this deal are, but we know it’s not good. We all know the deal will be bad for America.
Freedom-loving Americans have also seen with clear eyes the attempt by the Obama administration to keep the details of the “deal” away from Congress–and therefore away from the American people.
Congress has obviously struck back in an attempt to protect its Constitutional power by sending a letter to Iran stating the truth about the American Constitutional process. The White House didn’t like this one bit. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress really sent the White House over the edge.
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Obama is determined to allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon; so, he has a new plan. The White House will take the deal to the United Nations Security Council to “bless” the agreement, regardless of the fears and security of the American people.
Did you have any doubt that Obama was un-American? Now, you can put those doubts to rest.
The National Review writes:
This points out the real way that Obama could try to end-run around Congress. He does not even need an agreement with Iran. He could just go to the U.N. Security Council and ask it to enact a resolution that would call for the quid pro quos of his ideal agreement. The Security Council could ask nations to drop its sanctions. It could also ask Iran to stop its nuclear program (basically repeating itself). It could call for international inspectors. But this would amount to a desperation move, because it would have no effect on Congress’s ability to impose mandatory sanctions or a future president’s right to violate any agreement with Iran, real or secret.
Obama’s calculation is that the next president will not want to upset the apple cart and impose sanctions or even military action to prevent Iran from proceeding with nuclear activities.
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I think Obama is sorely mistaken, and this calculation only gives us confirmation he doesn’t have American interests at heart.
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