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Critics of Nuke Deal Full of 'Tough Talk and Bluster' According To Obama

In response to You're on your own, Bibi:

Those of you who have registered extreme reservations about the Obama administration's nuclear deal with Iran are full of "tough talk and bluster" according to the President.

Even on an issue as gravely serious as this one, the Community Organizer in Chief can't resist throwing rhetorical  stink bombs at Republicans - suggesting that their criticism is unprincipled political posturing.  

The Washington Post reported:

President Obama on Monday defended the historic accord reached over the weekend with Iran, saying “we cannot close the door on diplomacy” despite criticism from Republican lawmakers and the Israeli government.

“We cannot close the door on diplomacy and we cannot rule out peaceful solutions to the world’s problems,” Obama said. He added, “Tough talk and bluster may be the easy thing to do politically, but it’s not the right thing for our security.” 

The "right thing to do" apparently - is grant Iran the right to enrich uranium....and then lie about it.

Protests by the administration – Secretary of State John Kerry in particular – that the deal does not recognize a “right” of Iran to enrich uranium are Obamacare-style lies, false for what they leave out.


The deal, as Kerry contends, does not explicitly recognize a “right.” But it clearly does so implicitly. Here is what the text of the deal says about a final agreement supposedly six months down the road:

This comprehensive solution would involve a mutually defined enrichment program with practical limits and transparency measures to ensure the peaceful nature of the program.

Get it? Final deal allows enrichment. Just a matter of how much.

64% of the American people oppose the deal according to a WaPo poll. 



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