Dems defy Great Pretender with sanctions bill

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  1. thisnumbersdisconnected

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    In other words, Congress is actually making a bipartisan effort to make sure Iran lives up to any promises it makes rather than following the inept, incompetent administration in trusting terrorists to act in any other form or fashion other than terrorists. The idiots in charge of U.S. foreign policy promised no new sanctions for Iran for six months, while utterly failing to ensure any enforcement of agreements Iran might make under the deal. In short, the administration cut off its ability to monitor and act in a diplomatically punitive fashion without getting any guarantees of Iranian compliance.

    It appears from the Senate action that there might be hope that someone on the left side of the aisle might actually still bear some evidence of brain activity.
     
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    It just shows there are plenty of Democrats under the thumb of AIPAC.
     
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    :thumbsup: BINGO!!! :thumbsup:
     
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    Bibi and Likud loves you d-CON!
     
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    AIPAC and the warmongering Iran bill:

    "a bill that would hamstring the Obama administration’s ability to negotiate with Iran by broadening sanctions....that would hamstring the Obama administration’s ability to negotiate with Iran by broadening sanctions. And the bill would compel the U.S. to stand behind Israel if it chooses to attack Iran. Shades of the follies of World War I."

    "....AIPAC seems to be calling the tune. Jim Lobe calls it the “wag the dog” bill as it would compel the US to join an Israeli war."
     
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