Monday, April 13, 2015

Iran Is Either Stringing The U.S. Along Or Worsening The Deal

Nuclear Iran: President Obama may have already taken a victory lap, but Tehran's supreme leader says hold your camels on this deal. Ready for still more U.S. concessions between now and the June 30 deadline?
It seems that the suitor announced the engagement at the ball before the presumptive fiance had really said yes.
President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry apparently thought that if they acted like the deal to have a nuclear deal with Iran was set in stone, they would make it a reality.
But once again, the Iranians are playing the JV foreign policy team running our country for fools.
First off, unlike Obama and Kerry, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's real boss, on Thursday factually pointed out about the preliminary agreement announced last week: "There is nothing to take a stance on."
The successor to regime founder Ayatollah Khomeini warned in a website message, "What has been done so far does not guarantee an agreement, nor its contents, nor even that the negotiations will continue to the end." Echoing skeptics in the U.S. Senate — Republicans, but Democrats too, like heir to the party's leadership post, Chuck Schumer — Khamenei is taking a wait-and-see stance, noting, "Everything is in the detail."
Moreover, the U.S. and the other major powers claim that economic sanctions against Iran will be phased out, while the Iranians — including Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani — strongly insist that the deal permanently lifts sanctions immediately upon implementation of the final agreement.
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