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  1. #721
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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    Obama's Foreign Policy in the Middle East is going well.....
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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    ^^ Yes he's quite a foreign policy guru.

    Another well planned victory for Islamic terrorism. "Dreams of My Father"...
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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    Quote Originally Posted by SteveW View Post
    Obama's Foreign Policy in the Middle East is going well.....
    Yes indeed- Obama's vision of Muslim policy is moving forward. I can't wait to see it become domestic policy.
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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    U.S. negotiators reportedly lowered the bar for their own goals during talks over Iran's nuclear program in response to resistance from the Tehran team. And, on the heels of a framework deal being announced in Switzerland, France's top diplomat on Friday admitted his country had initially held out for firmer terms.

    The emerging reports indicate the U.S. team, led by Secretary of State John Kerry, gradually backed down over the course of the talks as Iran's delegation dug in. The Wall Street Journal, citing current and former U.S. representatives at the discussions, claimed the White House had initially hoped to persuade Iran to dismantle much of the country's nuclear infrastructure when talks started in late 2013, only to be told categorically that Iran would not do so.

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    The Journal reported that one Iranian diplomat called the nuclear program "our moon shot," comparing it to the U.S. space program in the 1960s as a symbol of national pride and advancement. From that point, the Journal reports, the U.S. accepted that any possible deal would likely enable Iran to continue to enrich some uranium to produce nuclear fuel and turned their focus to extending Iran's so-called "breakout time" or the minimum period that Iran would need to build a nuclear weapon.

    The framework of an agreement was announced Thursday after marathon talks in Switzerland that stretched two days past their original deadline.

    The plan, containing dozens of provisions, would effectively require Iran to wind down or suspend parts of its nuclear program that could be used for nuclear weapon development in exchange for sweeping sanctions relief. The preliminary agreement allows all sides -- the U.S., Iran and five other world powers -- to continue working toward a final deal by a June 30 deadline.

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    However, not all of the Western powers appeared completely pleased with the agreement. On Friday, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius told Europe 1 radio that France had rejected an original of the deal outline as "not solid enough", and had held out for firmer conditions. However, Fabius told the radio station that the Iranian delegation had responded by threatening to walk out of the talks.

    The French delegation was considered by observers to be one of the hardest bargainers of the P5+1 countries, a group which also included the U.S., Britain, Germany, Russia and China. Fabius told Europe 1 that France wants a firm deal "to prevent other countries in the Gulf such as Saudi Arabia from embarking on nuclear proliferation."

    As for the framework itself, Fabius called it a "very important" step, but noted that "the end of the road is the end of June."

    According to the Journal, U.S. scientists concluded that a year was enough time for the West to detect any move by Iran to build a nuclear bomb and execute a response. As part of keeping Iran at the table, the paper reports the U.S. made more concessions to Tehran. Some of which reportedly angered their negotiating partners, most notably the French.

    What resulted, according to a fact sheet released by negotiators Thursday, was an agreement that called for Iran to reduce the number of its centrifuges from 19,000 to around 6,100, with most enriching uranium for 10 years.

    Iran also agreed not to enrich uranium at its contentious Fordo facility for at least 15 years, and would not build any new facilities for enrichment for the same time period. The framework would allow international inspectors to have "regular access" to nuclear sites. In exchange, U.S. and European Union sanctions would be suspended after inspectors verify Iran "has taken all of its key nuclear-related steps." Sanctions, the document said, would "snap back" if Iran breaches the commitments.

    "Our work is not yet done," Obama said in a Rose Garden speech Thursday, after promising, "If Iran cheats, the world will know it."

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015...k-deal-report/
    Who would of guessed...
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    When the US main negotiator is a known traitor and his boss is a enemy sympathizer it doesn't take a genius to figure out what's going to happen. Give up the mine and get the shaft in return is just one of the many successes this president has.
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    ^ These "Talks" are nothing more than a smoke screen. They most likely already have nuclear weapons capability. The talks and subsequent MSM rhetoric treat this situation like Iran is "Going it alone" on a nuclear program. They are buddies with the Russians, N. Korea & Pakistan. They'll be provided with whatever they want, up to and including plug & play nuclear bombs.

    These talks are Obama's cowardice in full play. Avoiding the real issue of N. Korea, Russia & Pakistan - just a BS smoke screen.
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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    Quote Originally Posted by SteveW View Post
    ^These talks are Obama's cowardice in full play. Avoiding the real issue of N. Korea, Russia & Pakistan - just a BS smoke screen.
    Just one of a constant river of BS and lies. The whole country is neck deep in the overflow of BS River.
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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    Was Obama's Muslim upbringing Shiite or Sunni?

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    ^^ There seems to be a little bit of a debate about that. Seemingly everything in Obama's early/prior life is top secret.

    I'll take a wild stab and say Shiite since it's so close to sh*t (spelling)
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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    Quote Originally Posted by tucker View Post
    ^^ There seems to be a little bit of a debate about that. Seemingly everything in Obama's early/prior life is top secret.

    I'll take a wild stab and say Shiite since it's so close to sh*t (spelling)
    Good solid rationale there. I was going to suggest Obama to be a Sunni aligned since they are the one's on the offensive and he's done little to nothing to stem the tide...
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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    Quote Originally Posted by SteveW View Post
    Good solid rationale there. I was going to suggest Obama to be a Sunni aligned since they are the one's on the offensive and he's done little to nothing to stem the tide...
    Hmmm... A Sunninist

    Sunni + Communist = Sunninist
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    The Corker bill to stop Obambi's Iran scam... turns out to be a scam as well.

    The GOP wonders why conservatives don't trust 'em... might be 'cause they ain't worth the lyin' asses they sit on.

    They ain't nothin' else but excuses for liberal policy.

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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchcedar View Post
    The Corker bill to stop Obambi's Iran scam... turns out to be a scam as well.

    The GOP wonders why conservatives don't trust 'em... might be 'cause they ain't worth the lyin' asses they sit on.

    They ain't nothin' else but excuses for liberal policy.
    That's the kind of stuff that makes me crazy. None of them can be trusted they are all wishy washy liars and crooks. They feather their own bed and they think of you as the enemy and a fool. Send all of them to the Soylent Green factory.

    Wait don't do that they would cause gastroenteritis, the sh*ts...
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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchcedar View Post
    The Corker bill to stop Obambi's Iran scam... turns out to be a scam as well.

    The GOP wonders why conservatives don't trust 'em... might be 'cause they ain't worth the lyin' asses they sit on.

    They ain't nothin' else but excuses for liberal policy.
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    Re: Obama administration foreign policy... or lack thereof.

    ^ I like it!
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