Iranian nukes: a bad deal we’d be foolish to reject?

The Iran deal may be Obama’s lasting legacy, but not if the more Neanderthal members of Congress have their way.

And yet, whichever way you look at it, the agreement is both tough and as good as the West is likely to get. It has provisions which are not only the most stringent ever imposed on a nuclear-ambitious nation, but are likely to have the positive result of re-admitting Iran to respectable society and putting an end to the ‘Great Satan’ nonsense that has bedevilled US/Iranian relations for a generation.

There is little in the media about the detail.

  • Shebel

    The good thing about this silly deal is that it buys a bit a bit of TIME -while Obama writes his legacy in concrete before the BLOOD starts to flow.

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  • Shebel

    This deal reminds of an old Jewish businessman’s wife. He was in ill health.

    I knew that she was being cheated by both contractors and employees. I could not take it -so I phoned her. And I told her. She was the coolest old Lady that I ever talked to and met.

    I forget the exact wording. But it was the BEST advice I ever got.

    ” Sometimes it is best to let people cheat you—-because they work harder that way” .

    How frigging ingenious was that? She already knew the %.

  • Minicapt

    The author deserves a performance bonus from both the State Department and the Iranian embassy.


  • barryjr

    You just have to know anything that Lurch, Buckwheat and dingy Harry think is good has to be evil.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Wherever dingy Harry goes, the distinct odour of sulphur can be detected.