The Weak Link in the Iran Nuclear Deal

We seem to be preoccupied with a bunch of dimwit football players who hate America and insist on displaying contempt for the American flag.

This is just another hysterical assault by the left on traditional American values. It will blow over in a few days—only to be replaced by some other leftist hysteria.

You can fight back by not watching the NFL. Cancel your sports cable. And tell them why you are cancelling. Then But fire off an email to all NFL sponsors letting them know that you will not be buying their products because of the grotesque behavior of the players.  Believe me, that will make them sit up and take notice. Advertisers are terrified of public disapproval.

Seraphic Secret is preoccupied with the IslamoNazis of Iran who are, thanks to Barack Obama, well on their way to becoming a nuclear power.

Look what’s happening with North Korea. Do we want repeat with the Iranians?

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  1. sennacherib
    Posted September 29, 2017 at 10:45 am | Permalink

    I was going to post a fabulously erudite and profound comment, until I saw the photo at the header, ……………………………….you are killing me, man.

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    • Robert J. Avrech
      Posted October 2, 2017 at 4:56 am | Permalink

      Hope you recover:-)

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      • sennacherib
        Posted October 2, 2017 at 7:16 am | Permalink

        I am not afraid, if necessary I shall deploy the “Silver Hornet”!

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  2. pkoning
    Posted September 27, 2017 at 1:46 pm | Permalink

    One problem with Iran is that its leaders are nowhere near as sane as Kim 3.

    I find it curious that I have seen or heard no one point out that the “Iran deal” is, legally speaking, an unratified treaty, and as such, formally non-existent. One doesn’t really need to “withdraw” from it; all that is needed is to state that it’s an unratified treaty and therefore void. Alternatively, and this would be interesting, Trump could send it to the senate with a note saying “Here is an unratified treaty. Please consider whether to ratify it. Note that I recommend not ratifying it.”
    The same applies, for the same reason, to the so-called “paris climate accord”.
    In reply to people who say “but if you do that you’d break your word in the international community” I would point out that this is false; only people ignorant of US law would be disappointed, and their views are irrelevant. Diplomats are supposed to know the legal rules under which their peers operate; if they have a piece of paper in hand that isn’t ratified by the other party because of its constitution, they should be aware of that fact.

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    • GetThereJustAsSoon
      Posted September 27, 2017 at 3:53 pm | Permalink

      As we’ve seen these past months, the previous administration credited more problems than is solved. And, the “guy” who attempts to deal with the hard questions often receives undeserved flak. President Trump might do well to follow your suggestion. I do, however, have concerns about the sort of counsel he’s receiving.

      Those at the top of his staff are evidently limiting access to him as well as material that crosses his desk. It’s unclear to me their position with regards to Iran, especially in that at least one of them is adverse to the term “Islamic terrorism.” This being, as we know, sponsored by Iran.

      I, also, wonder about collaboration between Iran and North Korea. If one makes an advance, does the other benefit as well. So, the question of who’s kneeling or standing seems to be of little import when considering the issues whether nuclear weapons might be used. Our leaders, President Trump included, need to stay focused on the prime interests and needs of the nation and stop reacting every prattle of the MSM.

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