Here It Is Boys & Girls Kerry’s and Obama’s Sales Job


Iran deal would reportedly ease sanctions immediately, allow nuclear enrichment

Fox News

International sanctions that have crippled Iran’s economy for years would be immediately eased and the Islamic Republic could continue to enrich uranium under the terms of a deal being hammered out in Geneva between Tehran and six world powers, according to a report Thursday.

Citing a draft that would serve as a framework for a 10-year deal between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, plus Germany, The Associated Press reported that Iran would be allowed to operate 6,000 enrichment centrifuges it claims are for peaceful purposes — while getting immediate relief from international economic sanctions.

U.S. lawmakers skeptical of Iran’s true intentions raised fresh concerns about the deal in a letter Thursday to the White House.

“Iran’s role in fomenting instability in the region — not to mention Iran’s horrendous repression at home — demonstrates the risks of negotiating with a partner we cannot trust,” stated the letter, whose signatories included majorities of both parties.

“I wouldn’t trust these people with a spare electron.”- Former US Amassador to the UN John Bolton

The U.S. and the five other world powers, who also include Great Britain, France, Russia and China, have been negotiating with Iranian officials under a self-imposed March 31 deadline, with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif doing most of the heavy lifting. The deal would be aimed at unshackling Iran from United Nations economic sanctions put in place in 2006 while giving the international community the ability to ensure the hard-line regime is not building a nuclear weapons stockpile.

Any March framework agreement is unlikely to constrain Iran’s missile program, which the U.S. believes could ultimately be designed to deliver nuclear warheads. Diplomats say that as the talks move to deadline, the Iranians continue to insist that missile curbs are not up for discussion. The deal would likely leave in place a ban on other nations transferring missile technology to Iran, however.

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Fresh off the presses of Fox News. EXACTLY the reason all of Congress had better be acting like the 47 Republicans and not like Hussen Obama’s lapdog Kerry.

Kerry, by himself, deserves a life sentence and black bombshell trophy for these terms. No way can we ever trust Iran. Obama absolutely is showing his allegiance and it ain’t to the USA folks.

If people in Congress don’t fight this now, then this starts World War III within 5 years, count on it.


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6 Responses to Here It Is Boys & Girls Kerry’s and Obama’s Sales Job

  1. vonMesser says:

    I see a mushroom cloud over Tel Aviv.
    Followed by multiple ones all over the rest of the region.

    • Uriel says:

      Unfortunately Von. I think that will happen in the coming days. It is just a matter of how far Iran goes in pushing electronic pulse missiles, chemical warfare, long range missiles, and inland attacks. I vote tie O, Soros, K, and others to chairs at Geneva or UN and let those guys target practice first though. Then we can decide how accurate those guys are.

  2. Kathy says:

    After all these weeks (months?) of negotiating, O finally today issued a statement demanding Iran release 3 detainees and help find a fourth guy.

    Since the beginning people have been asking why he didn’t have this on the table from the start. I think he didn’t use it because it would make Iran walk away. So why now? Is it his way of being able to back out of the deal (assuming they say no) and say ‘sorry, I tried’?

  3. Hardnox says:

    Both Putt and Lurch are stuck on thinking their plan is brilliant when in fact anyone paying attention knows the obvious outcome.

    I’m with vM, except I think it will come much much sooner. The Iranians will do it before O’s term is over since they know he’ll dither on any response.

    Iran’s economy is in the crapper because they need $120 a barrel oil to prop up their economy. left alone they would implode without firing a shot. Instead, O’meat-head lifts the economic sanctions.

    Btw, does anyone know why the rush to a March 31 deadline?