Monday, March 30, 2015

That Iran Nuke Deal – What Is Our President Thinking?!?!

That Iran nuke deal is getting closer to being signed, sealed and delivered thanks to President Obama’s hard work behind the scenes.

Right now, negotiations have progressed to the P5+1 stage, meaning that it’s not just Iran and Obama involved in these negotiations.

And please, note my exact language above… “Iran and Obama.” Not Iran and the U.S. Because the U.S. was never involved in these negotiations… just our wannabe-dictator of a president.

While the U.S. has been left out of discussing the supposed benefits of letting an entirely hostile nation free rein in developing nuclear technologies, the UK, Russia, China, France and Germany are now being allowed at the bargaining table.

Which would be a shocker that Obama understands the idea of allowing other people to have a say in his hell-bent schemes.

It would be, but it kinda isn’t considering the latest news out on the subject.

According to a disgusted Iranian journalist who apparently isn’t in Iran these days, the U.S. is making it clear that it’s there for one reason and one reason only: to make sure the other countries get onboard.

Considering the last time the United States and Iran were sharing headlines this way, I’d say Obama is the next Jimmy Carter, waiting to usher in the next big Iranian peace deal while actually overseeing the installation of a whole lot of terrifying possibilities.

Except that Carter was a moron. And Obama is not.

So he can’t honestly believe that Iran is going to keep its word. He can’t truly think that this Middle Eastern country known for calling America “The Great Satan” could possibly have the moral integrity to NOT build a bomb and try to destroy us and our allies.

Which begs the question… What is our current president up to?

I mean, I know he doesn’t like America. He doesn’t care for or about this nation. But does he downright hate us this much?

I’m not saying there isn’t another logical explanation out there. I just can’t think of it to save my life.

And considering how many lives might be in need of saving if this Iran nuke deal goes through, that’s a scary thought.

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