It is craziness making this deal with Iran....... the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action with the Islamic Republic of Iran, otherwise known as the Iran deal. The deal is designed to discourage this renegade nation from its' dream of owning nuclear weapons. It is craziness..... the deal between Iran, United States, Germany, Great Britain, China, Russia and France ...... ends the international economic sanctions in exchange for a delayed pursuit of nuclear weapons.

A nuclear weapons dream delayed is not a nuclear weapons dream denied.

White House PR: Iran is required over the next 10-15 years to reduce its stockpile of enriched uranium and the number of centrifuges it has to produce the uranium – a key component of a nuclear weapon.

Ironically, many Congressional Jewish Democrats stand with Obama on his Iranian deal. Here are the Senate Jewish Democrats in support of the Iranian nuclear deal.

— Michael Bennet — Barbara Boxer — Dianne Feinstein — Al Franken — Brian Schatz — Bernie Sanders Here are eight Congressional Jewish Democrats that oppose the Iranian nuclear deal.

–Rep. Ted Deutch –Rep. Elliot Engel –Rep. Lois Frankel –Rep. Steve Israel –Rep Elliot Engel –Rep Nita Lowey –Rep. Brad Sherman –Rep. Lee Zeldin

U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, head of the national Democratic Party, announced she will support the controversial Iran nuclear deal that is a top priority for President Barack Obama but has faced wide voter criticism, including Florida. In a statement released to the Miami Herald, the ultra liberal Wasserman wrote that while she has concerns with the agreement, she will support it.

“The agreement promotes the national security interests of the United States and our allies and merits my vote of support. This agreement is not perfect. But I join many in the belief that with complex, multilateral, nuclear non-proliferation negotiations with inherent geopolitical implications for the entire world, there is no such thing as a ‘perfect’ deal.”

In contrast, Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, voted against the agreement. “after 15 years of relief from sanctions, Iran would be stronger financially and better able to advance a robust nuclear program.” The ultra liberal Democrat noted in a release statement, that his objection is that Iran would use some of its newly freed-up resources “to redouble its efforts to create even more trouble in the Middle East.”

A nuclear weapons dream delayed is not a nuclear weapons dream denied.

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