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The Congressional Fight over the Iran Deal Begins
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  • Anthony

    “…Critics of the pact have already begun to advance positions that are rational only when understood by way of reference to their deeper meaning. A semiologists’ festival, let us call it, all signifying something else.” http://www.salon.com/2015/04/08/neocons_get_desperate_the_real_reason_why_iran_deal_drives_the_right_wing_nuts/

  • JR

    Once again, what deal with Iran? Nothing has been agreed upon and whatever Obama was selling was definitely not what Supreme Leader of Iran was buying. Also, saying “we support a deal with Iran that prevents it from achieving nuclear weapons” and “we don’t think what Mr. “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor, period.” is selling will get us there” are not logically exclusive.

  • Kevin

    My guess is that they will not be able to get a veto proof majority in favor of this – Obama can get at least 34 votes if he casts it as a partisan issue of the GOP out to hamstring him. Hillary could probably sway it the other way but I can imagine her breaking so publicly with Obama so early…

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