The Iran nuclear agreement recently picked up its 34th supporter in the Senate, assuring that even if Congress rejects the deal it won't be able to override President Obama's veto of the rejection.
It’s one hand or the other. We’ve got the warmongers who don’t want peace at any cost. They talk about peace but they continue to support weapons and antagonize the rest of the world.
Then you’ve got the people that legitimately believe that talking is always better than war. That’s where I fall in. War needs to be a last resort. War is when politicians have failed.
So those that oppose this agreement, they simply want failure first and bombs dropped second.
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