The “Iran Deal” is not a treaty.

I’m getting sick of hearing from the “talking heads” on TV that the Iran Deal is something that we must abide by… i.e. has the force of a treaty.

Wrong!  The Iran Deal was never agreed to by Congress as a treaty.  The president (Obama, at the time) does not have the power to agree to a treaty, it must be voted on by Congress.  That was never done by them, and thus the “agreement” is nothing more than words (BS words) on a paper.

Not to mention, Iran has not in the past, nor will they in the future, abide by any agreement with the rest of the world.  In a nutshell, they don’t care what anybody says to them, nor will they ever, until and unless the Mullahs are taken out of power, and the people of Iran can regain power from the religious zealots whose stated aim is the obliteration of Israel and the setting up of a worldwide caliphate of their brand of militant Islam.

So it won’t be a surprise to you that I agree, wholeheartedly, with President Trump’s refusal to recertify the disastrous “agreement” made by the single worst Secretary of State in recent memory, John Kerry.

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