Obama Wants To Make It Really Easy For Iran To Make Nukes

This Iran deal is getting more and more out of hand.

In another blunder by the Obama administration, the Iran deal is giving Iran free range for the next 15-20 years to make a nuke. And now not only are they giving them more time with less sanctions, the UN has decided, in it’s infinite wisdom, to let Iran themselves inspect their own nuke sites.

From ABC News,

Iran will be allowed to use its own inspectors to investigate a site it has been accused of using to develop nuclear arms, operating under a secret agreement with the U.N. agency that normally carries out such work, according to a document seen by The Associated Press.

The revelation on Wednesday newly riled Republican lawmakers in the U.S. who have been severely critical of a broader agreement to limit Iran’s future nuclear programs, signed by the Obama administration, Iran and five world powers in July. Those critics have complained that the wider deal is unwisely built on trust of the Iranians, while the administration has insisted it depends on reliable inspections.

Republican representatives weren’t happy and house Democrats were, of course, happy with everything.

A skeptical House Speaker John Boehner said, ‘President Obama boasts his deal includes ‘unprecedented verification.’ He claims it’s not built on trust. But the administration’s briefings on these side deals have been totally insufficient – and it still isn’t clear whether anyone at the White House has seen the final documents.’

Said House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce: ‘International inspections should be done by international inspectors. Period.’

But House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi shrugged off the revelation, saying, ‘I truly believe in this agreement.’

Of course you do Nancy, you’re part of the problem. The liberals and the UN are going soft on Iran. When they try to nuke some place, don’t worry, the Republicans will come to your rescue with a solution since we’re the only ones thinking around here these days.