Historic Iran Deal - is it as good as they say?
A lot of accolades in the news this morning for this deal. Of course Israel hates it it. But most offer praise. Well, except for this guy:
Amazing what WH will do to distract attention from O-care. - Senator John Cornyn, Texas-Republican.
Really? That's a relevant comment, Senator? Sheesh.
Still, others hail the deal as a way to avert war:
Before this deal was struck, Iran was on pace to accomplish a so-called "breakout capability" -- in which it could enrich uranium to weapons grade before being caught by inspectors -- by next year. U.S. sanctions were escalating to a point of no return, with nothing left to sanction but key allies and the long discussed last option on the table appearing increasingly likely. Short of a diplomatic offramp, the two countries were nearing the climax on the long road to war.
What do you think? Good, bad, just a distraction?
Here is a link that might be useful: source of course