“To add insult to the injury to America’s national security, the architects of #IranDeal have the sheer audacity to gloat about selling their version of an Iran that does not exist in reality”

Obama’s audacity of deception
by Sarah N. Stern
May 27, 2016

The Iranian nuclear deal is a paradigm study in the art of deception. If one looks into the history of U.S. foreign policy, one can find instances of deception, such as when the administration of President Lyndon B. Johnson exaggerated our gains in the conflict in Vietnam and understated our losses. Never before, however, in our nation’s history has an enemy who blatantly threatens the national security interests of the United States and her allies been packaged to appear to the American public as a friend. The Iranian agreement is not one, but two distinct agreements (the English version is 159 pages long, while the bill that encompasses the agreement voted for by the Majlis, the Iranian parliament, is over 1,000 pages long). READ MORE

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