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Old November 23rd, 2013, 07:22 PM   #1
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Iran Nuclear deal.

This is nothing more than grazing ground for the sheep. Obama turned down the best deal he could have gotten last year and it was covered up by the MSM government prostitutes. Now he needs cover for his failed ACA so he makes a media frenzy deal. Funny how o bomber didn't think this issue was important enough to even answer Irans phone call last year now its breaking news.

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Old November 23rd, 2013, 07:33 PM   #2
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I think this is going to be seen as a large feather in Obama's cap by most of the world. I'm really waiting for Al Jazeraa's take on it tomorrow.

Israel, on the other hand are probably shitting square bricks right about now.
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The former head of Israel’s domestic security service in an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times on Friday expressed support for the U.S.-led talks with Iran over its nuclear program, saying, “The American policy is a policy of wisdom.”

“In my eyes, American policy is not coming out of weakness. It comes out of power,” said former Shin Bet chief Carmi Gillon.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued “four strong statements over 24 hours on Thursday and Friday,” according to the New York Times, denouncing news that the P5+1 (the U.S., U.K., France, Russia, China and Germany) is close to an interim agreement with Iran to rein in its nuclear program. Netanyahu said the potential agreement, the details of which have yet to be finalized, is “the deal of the century” for Iran and “a very dangerous and bad deal” for the international community.

But it doesn’t appear that Netanyahu’s view has widespread support among Israel’s security establishment. While Gillon praised the U.S. Iran policy, others like former Israeli military intelligence chief Amos Yadlin and former Mossad chief Efraim Halevy have indicated that they’re keeping the door open on the P5+1 talks with Iran. In fact, Yadlin said Netanyahu is “crying wolf too early,” the Times reports:

“It seems like he thinks that this is the final agreement — it is not,” said Amos Yadlin, the director of the Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv. “The real judgment of whether it’s a bad deal or an acceptable deal will be in the end of the negotiating period.”

Mr. Yadlin said the prime minister seemed to be “crying wolf too early,” adding, “You should keep the wolf for the final agreement.”

Gillon told the Sun-Times that “we should … be very careful, be suspicious … but you can’t have a one way diplomacy.”

“The big question is what kind of sanctions and how many of them you are going to release now,” he said. “I think it should be minimal. It should go side by side. If they stop the process then you take some of the sanctions [and] you move to another step [and] take the other sanctions.”

The world powers and Iran were in Geneva on Saturday trying to iron out the contours of an interim agreement, but talks have stalled due to French concerns about whether the plan does enough to rein in Iran’s nuclear program.
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Old November 23rd, 2013, 07:35 PM   #4
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I think this is going to be seen as a large feather in Obama's cap by most of the world. I'm really waiting for Al Jazeraa's take on it tomorrow.

Israel, on the other hand are probably shitting square bricks right about now.
He needed a distraction. This issue wasn't even important enough to him last year to even address the offer they made last year.
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He needed a distraction. This issue wasn't even important enough to him last year to even address the offer they made last year.
Pathetic
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Pathetic
Yes he is. Why did he turn down this better 9 step deal last year than anything he can get now.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/05/wo...isis.html?_r=0

Im glad you are starting to WTFU
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OK Iran, you're really starting to get me riled up now.

I'm going to give you just three years to stop that or else. I'm serious.
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OK Iran, you're really starting to get me riled up now.

I'm going to give you just three years to stop that or else. I'm serious.
Because the Bush/Cheney Iran policy was so effective right ? Let's not forget North Korea. I'll stick with Obama's approach over the Bush/Cheney approach. Hell, at least he's not selling arms to them like Reagan did......LOL
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Again we stick our nose into something that is none of our business. Iran has been a member of the IAEA for decades and it is up to them to monitor their uranium enrichment.
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Again we stick our nose into something that is none of our business. Iran has been a member of the IAEA for decades and it is up to them to monitor their uranium enrichment.
Even if it leads to a negotiated settlement ?
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