NYT Admits: Obama Wrong to Say Deal ‘Blocks’ Iran From Getting Nuke

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obamaPresident Barack Obama has been touting the clauses in the Iran deal that put sharp limits on Iran’s ability to acquire the bomb, but the terms expire after 15 years, leaving many to question the strength of the deal.

According to The New York Times, even those who are enthusiastic supporters of the deal are concerned that Obama has oversold it in his assertion that it would “block” all pathways for the country to acquire a nuclear weapon.

It would be more accurate to say that the deal will simply delay Iran’s path to the bomb for 15 years, the Times said.

“The chief reservation I have about the agreement is the fact that in 15 years they have a highly modern and internationally legitimized enrichment capability,” California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff told the Times. “And that is a bitter pill to swallow.”

But one expert said there was no alternative.

“Of course there are risks, and they have to be acknowledged,” R. Nicholas Burns, under secretary of state for President George W. Bush, said in testimony before Congress in favor of the deal, according to the Times.

Obama’s “most convincing argument,” he added, “is that there is no better alternative out there.”

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  1. The best analysis by any politician that I have seen is by Sen. Stabenow. She presented in her statement both reasons to support the deal and issues of major concern.

  2. Charlie:

    You are the classic self hating Liberal Jew from Riverdale. Why must you always look for bad and negative about Jews & the State of Israel? Its no wonder you’re an old bachelor.

  3. This Iran deal seems worrisome.

    The problem is that Israel has “cried wolf” so often, that we are all forced to wonder..


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