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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, October 21, 2017

Let's put our cards on the table.... right now. We at the New York Jewish Voice urge President Trump to dump the Obama-Iran Nuclear Deal. To support our stance, we'll use the exact words from one of its most initial, outspoken Senatorial opponents: "After deep study, careful thought and considerable soul-searching, I have decided I must oppose the agreement and will vote 'yes' on a motion of disapproval." Wow! Strong words from an elected Jewish leader. This guy continues: "I will vote to disapprove the agreement, not because I believe war is a viable or desirable option, nor to challenge the path of diplomacy, it is because I believe Iran will not change and under the agreement it will be able to achieve its dual goals of eliminating sanctions while ultimately retaining its nuclear and non-nuclear power." And these words, dear readers, are from our own NY Senator.......Chuck Schumer, when Obama and Kerry were hawking this deal to the nation from the back of a snake-oil wagon. 

And let's listen to another heavy hitting Democrat opponent to the deal. This one is from House member Ted Deutch from South Florida, and how he felt about the deal when it was first presented by President Obama: "No one denies Iran's support for the world's most notorious terrorist groups. No one disputes Iran's destabilizing influence in the Middle Eat or in killing Americans. And because no one trusts Iran not to cheat in any way it can, the fact that this deal makes it nearly impossible to reinstate sanctions of today's intensity is beyond alarming. The unwarranted giveaways for Iran tucked inside this deal are also concerning. Lifting the arms embargo in five years lets Iran procure the sophisticated missile defense system they need to guard the nuclear weapons they want. And suspending the ballistic weapons ban after eight years allows Iran to develop the technology to deliver a weapon anywhere in the world."

 "This deal may temporarily slow Iran's nuclear enrichment, but it speeds up the enrichment of the Revolutionary Guard and the Iranian terror proxies that endanger security and stability in the Middle East. Opening Iran up to foreign investment, increasing its oil exports and unfreezing over $100 billion in assets means more money for Hamas for building terror tunnels in Gaza, more weapons for Hezbollah in Lebanon, more slaughter in Syria and more violence worldwide. I cannot support a deal giving Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief in return for letting it maintain an advanced nuclear program and the infrastructure of a threshold nuclear state."

These two top Democrats said it all before the deal was put through and we wonder why they have both reneged at this moment on their initial opposition now that President Trump wants to obliterate the deal using their very reasons for initially opposing it just a few years ago. It beats us but we now can see the hypocrisy of the Progressive Left with their present support for Iran to join North Korea as a threat to the rest of the world, one that happens to be civilized.