Tuesday, July 14, 2015

As the Neo Cons, MIC, and Republicans Spring to Scuttle the Iran Nuclear Deal...

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POLITICO - The ink was barely dry on the nuclear agreement with Iran before Republican presidential candidates began attacking it as a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad deal.

On Tuesday morning, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said the historic accord, announced early Tuesday in Vienna, is “akin to declaring war on Israel and the Sunni Arabs.” Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could have done better, he said.

“Hillary Clinton, if you think this is a good deal, then you’re dangerously naive. I think she could negotiate a better deal than this. I think everybody on our side could, except Rand Paul,” he said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

“My initial impression is that this deal is far worse than I ever dreamed it could be and will be a nightmare for the region, our national security and eventually the world at large,” Graham said in a separate interview with Bloomberg.

Graham said the deal has created “a possible death sentence” for Israel.

“This is the most dangerous, irresponsible step I’ve ever seen in the history of watching the Mideast,” Graham declared

Yup, nothing has changed nor will it change as long as the neo con nincompoop MIC advocates hold any sway over the nation's strategic decisions. Concerned only with keeping mutual distrust and 20th century military doctrines alive they lack the capacity to see beyond their own foolish short sighted and ultimately destructive paradigms.


Via: Memeorandum


  1. Amazing how they all know it's a bad deal without having read it or knowing the details.

    If Obama did it, then it must be bad. So boring. And childish.


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