Iran’s wily President Hassan Rouhani said Saturday (August 29) that he opposes any parliamentary vote on the landmark nuclear deal reached with world powers because terms of the agreement would turn into legal obligations if passed by lawmakers.
Meanwhile, President Barack Obama is in a frantic fit to convince everyone in America that Congress should vote and approve the one-sided deal, which allows Iran 24 days notice before investigating new sites of nuclear pact violations and turns off centrifuges, but does not destroy them.
Obama believes that we must implement payments of $150 billion or so to the terrorist Iranian regime, probably because he has been assured by advisers – some with Iranian connections – that such a surrender to Iran will somehow prevent war in the Middle East.
J Street, originally funded by billionaire George Soros, has endorsed the Obama Iran capitulation, which follows their past approval of Obama actions since their founding as the President took office in 2008. J Street’s official policy positions, as of March 2015, focus on the following strategies: