Skip to comments.Clinton: New deal an ‘important step in putting the lid on Iran’s nuclear program’
Posted on 07/14/2015 9:55:47 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
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Yeh....Just like Korea stopped their program.
Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Does anything she says make any sense?
Y E S
Yet another traitor
She’s drinking again.
The deal is a worthless piece of paper. Peace in our time.
That implies that she ever stopped.
Says the man who thought getting head in the Oval Office behind his wife, his daughter, and the nation’s back, was a great negotiating outcome.
King Obama trying to pass the dictatorship he has created to Hillary. If we aren’t careful it will happen. One thing we have to note is the communists liberals that post on FR. They will show themselves when our candidate is picked by the voters at the conclusion of the primaries. Those traitors will be mostly the same that shot Romney down when they had a choice between King Obama or Romney..
it’s an important step in getting a controversial issue that works against democrats out of the headlines safely before the 2016 election cranks up.
—...but stressed that the agreement will have to be “enforced vigorously, relentlessly.”—
And there’s their ‘out’ when all hell breaks loose.
“Those imbeciles at the Atomic Energy Commission, they should have been more vigorous; relentless! They ruined years of hard work by 0bama, Jarrett, and Kerry”.
Exactly. The Agreed Framework, under her husbands administration, was such a raging success.
$75 Billion is in negotiation and the Clinton Foundation wants their cut.
If the Iranian programs are to be stopped, it up to those most affected. In truth, America is threatened but there is no Iranian direct action as in Israel and the Gulf.
the shadow alliance between Israel and the Gulf Arabs and Egypt and Jordan mus step up action to disable the Iranian nuclear program
President William J. Clinton, October 18, 1994:
The United States has been concerned about the possibility that North Korea was developing nuclear weapons since the 1980s. Three administrations have tried to bring this nuclear program under international control. There is nothing more important to our security and to the worlds stability than preventing the spread of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. And the United States has an unshakeable commitment to protect our ally and our fellow democracy South Korea. Thirty-eight thousand American troops stationed on the Peninsula are the guarantors of that commitment.
Today, after 16 months of intense and difficult negotiations with North Korea, we have completed an agreement that will make the United States, the Korean Peninsula, and the world safer. Under the agreement, North Korea has agreed to freeze its existing nuclear program and to accept international inspection of all existing facilities.
This agreement represents the first step on the road to a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula. It does not rely on trust.
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