Cruz Backs Israel, Urges Obama to ‘Reverse Course’ on Iran


sen-ted-cruzSenator Ted Cruz weighed in on President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, agreeing with Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu that it amounts to a “historic mistake” that threatens America and its allies.

“According to the interim agreement regarding Iran’s nuclear program that was reached this weekend in Geneva, not one centrifuge will be destroyedm” Cruz said in a statement. “Not one pound of enriched uranium will leave Iran. Not one American unjustly detained in Iran’s notorious prisons will be released. But Iran will start to receive, in a matter of days, $7 billion in relief from international economics sanctions.

“All the smiling embraces between diplomats after the interim deal was signed notwithstanding, the Iranian regime remains a brutal and oppressive dictatorship that pursues nuclear weapons for the purpose of dominating the Middle East and threatening America and our allies, notably Israel. President Obama and Secretary Kerry should reconsider their policy of rapprochement with Iran that is dismaying to Jerusalem and encouraging to Tehran.

“Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu predicted this agreement would be a ‘very, very bad deal’ and has now correctly identified it as an ‘historic mistake.’ Meanwhile, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani tweeted his satisfaction as the ‘breaking down the architecture for sanctions has begun.’ The administration has gotten it backwards and it is time to reverse course before any further damage is done,” said Cruz.

{Andy Newscenter}


  1. Someone (from Congress, in order to physically approach him) should make a citizen’s arrest, present him to a court, where he should be sentenced to a public whipping (no more than ten lashes on the back) and released to return to work in the White House.


    All the liberals do is make disgusting references to him because he speaks the truth and they want to destroy him.

    And the media lets them get away with it!

  3. “ Little progress can be made by merely attempting to repress what is evil; our great hope lies in developing what is good. ”

    — Calvin Coolidge