"What I said is absolutely true factually. The truth of the matter is, inside of Iran, the people most opposed to the deal are the Revolutionary Guard, the Quds force, hard-liners who are implacably opposed to any cooperation with the international community," Obama said in an interview that will air on "Fareed Zakaria GPS" on Sunday. "The reason that Mitch McConnell, and the rest of the folks in his caucus who opposed this, jumped out and opposed this before they even read it, before it was even posted, is reflective of an ideological commitment not to get a deal done. In that sense they do have much more in common with the hardliners who are much more satisfied with the status quo."
Ready-for-the-worse wrote:I bet you must be already sick and tired of blaming Obama threads, but I'm a newbie here and really need to speak out.
Within my knowledge America has never had such an indifferent and irreverent leader as Obama.
Some people may say that he has to stand on his legs cause we're facing the really dark times. But what shall we do if he's the one who provoked that situation?
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/oba ... ostpopular
Stephen Jay Gould wrote:When people learn no tools of judgment and merely follow their hopes, the seeds of political manipulation are sown.
Libertarian602 wrote:Tehran pulls the strings in Iraq, so a American build up and eventual invasion of Iran based out of Iraq is very highley unlikely. Nice attempt at sensationalism.
Libertarian602 wrote:And yes, Iraq can say no. Which they would certainly say. Nobody in the international community would support, an invasion of Iran.
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