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originally posted by: amazing
Maybe if these retarded republicans would actually hang out with some war vets and see the horrors of it they wouldn't be so eager to send the next generation into one. Guys getting shot multiple times, missing limbs, brain damage, PTSD, Young fathers and husbands getting blown in half by explosions. It's horrible stuff. That's how it would be in IRAN.
They seem to forget that these negotions and deals by Obama, aren't by him alone, It's a whole negotiation with China, Russia, UK and other countries.
The stupid in our government is nearing epic proportions.
Obama is attempting another in Israel right now as we speak by sending his own election experts to work against Netenyahu and sway the election in favor of the opposition.
originally posted by: Granite
a reply to: Krazysh0t
Watch for regular Republican course correction...Rudy started it.
What do you, my esteemed friends of ATS, think of these developments?
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), the organizer of a controversial letter warning Iran that the U.S. government will not necessarily abide by any agreement Iran strikes with the Obama administration, previously told a conservative audience that the goal of congressional action should be to scuttle talks with Iran. The U.S. should, instead, engage in a policy of "regime change," he argued.
Iran hawks in the House and Senate have long said that their aim is to help the White House strike a tougher deal with Iran. The administration and others, meanwhile, have charged that the hawks' true motivation is to undermine the talks entirely. Cotton, for his part, has made no secret that he wants the talks to fail.
"The end of these negotiations isn't an unintended consequence of congressional action. It is very much an intended consequence. A feature, not a bug, so speak," Cotton said in January, speaking at a conservative conference hosted by the advocacy group Heritage Action for America.