President Obama and the Iran Nuke Deal

“Iran nuke deal”
Why is that even a thing?  How did we get to a place in this world where anyone could string together those three words with a straight face?

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Think about that.  It is absolutely crazy!  Iran supports terror.  Ayatollah Khomeini shouts “death to America!”  And, we are negotiating with him?

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Is this an alternate universe?  Is this bizarro world?  There is no such thing as “negotiating with Iran.”  Likewise, there is no such thing as an Iran nuke deal in the real world.

Iran needs sanctions.  Period.  They need sanctions until they stop insisting that Israel be wiped off the map.  They need sanctions until they stop harboring, aiding and abetting terrorists.  They need sanctions until, oh, maybe they stop shouting “death to America!”

As this ridiculous “negotiation” has been going on, I have heard the president called a lot of things.

Here is one – he is an idiot.


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Julie Love

Julie Love is a former CPA who currently home-schools her two children. She earned her MS in Journalism from Ohio University in 2002. She was raised in rural Ohio and now lives in the big city of Cleveland.
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