Filed under: Foreign Policy, Terrorism, Democrat Corruption, National Security, Middle East, The United States, Iran | Tags: The Iran Deal, Senator Tom Cotton, Willful Blindness
Senator Tom Cotton (R–Ark) after Senate Democrats on Thursday used a filibuster to block a vote on a resolution disapproving of the Obama administration’s nuclear deal with Iran:
Political fealty to President Obama’s hoped-for legacy in foreign affairs means this dangerous deal will likely move forward, despite the overwhelming and bipartisan opposition to it in Congress and the clear will of the American people. Obstruction on the part of a minority of legislators is not the foundation on which lasting, consequential arms control agreements are built. A majority of Americans oppose the Iran deal because it compromises the safety and security of not only the United States, but also of the rest of the world.
History will remember this stunning display of partisan loyalty and willful blindness. And it will remember this Senate as the one that—when given the chance to stop the world’s worst sponsor of terrorism from obtaining the world’s worst weapons—blinked when confronted with that evil.
A Quinnipak poll found only 25% support for the Iran Deal. A Pew poll found 21% approval.
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