Monday, November 25, 2013

Why Liberals Should Never be Allowed to Govern: Reason #113

Only a complete buffoon (or in this case, former Vietnam vet, and current Secretary of State, John "Effing" Kerry) could create foreign policy agreement, in this case the nuclear arms deal with Iran, that would anger BOTH Saudi Arabia AND Israel.  Seriously, when was the last time those two countries were on the same side.  OK, I know the Iraq war.  But still, this is so completely asinine that even Canada wants no part of it.

All you need to know about John "Effing" Kerry:

So now you can see why our highest diplomat is the same man who pissed of Saudi Arabia one side:

From the UK Telegraph:

Iran nuclear deal: Saudi Arabia warns it will strike out on its own
Saudi Arabia claims they were kept in the dark by Western allies over Iran nuclear deal and says it will strike out on its own
By Damien McElroy
11:41AM GMT 25 Nov 2013
"We were lied to, things were hidden from us," [senior advisor to the Saudi royal family, Nawaf Obaid] said. "The problem is not with the deal struck in Geneva but how it was done."

AND piss off  Israel:

Israel calls Iran nuclear deal a 'historic mistake'
Michele Chabin, Special for USA TODAY
12 p.m. EST November 24, 2013
"What was reached last night in Geneva is not a historic agreement, it is a historic mistake," [Prime Minister Benjamin ]Netanyahu said.
Even Canada thinks the agreement is suspect:

By ROB GILLIES / Associated Press 
November 24, 2013
Foreign Minister John Baird said in Ottawa on Sunday that past actions predict future actions and ‘‘Iran has not earned the right to have the benefit of the doubt. ‘‘

So, of course our man-child POTUS defended the policy:

Obama praises deal to limit Iran's nuclear activities, while Israeli Cabinet minister slams 'Iranian deception'

President Obama said the deal struck Saturday 'cut off Iran's most likely path to a bomb.' On the heels of his speech, it was reported that the U.S. and Iran engaged in secret high-level meetings over the past year.

“These are substantial limitations which will help prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon,” Obama said. “Simply put, they cut off Iran’s most likely path to a bomb.”.
"So what is Iran's response to the matter", you ask?

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei claims victory for nuclear program
Reza Kahlili
Daily Caller
10:58 PM 11/24/2013

Fars News Agency, the media outlet of the Revolutionary Guards, reported that [Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali] Khamenei in a statement thanked President Hassan Rouhani and his negotiating team for their achievement in Geneva.

“I thank God that… the new government… was able to legitimize the Iranian nation’s nuclear program on the international stage and take the initial step in a way that the nuclear rights and the enrichment rights of the Iranian nation are acknowledged by world powers where before they had tried to deny them, and (the agreement will) open the way for future big strides in technical and economic progress,” Khamenei said.

So there we go.  A deal where there are no winners, only losers, proving once again the pointy-headed liberal academic types rule the day, where the west loses and the "axis of evil" wins.     

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