The problems with Obama's Iran deal
Roger L. Simon:
...It is estimated that this deal will only set the Iranians back a month in their attempt to build a bomb. We are not giving them the cash for that project. This is a really bad deal for us and our allies.
So many things are wrong with the agreement coming out of Geneva, it’s hard to know where to begin (for an excellent overall go to The Israel Project’s Tower website or look right here with our resident expert Dr. Ledeen), but the most egregious part indeed comes down to centrifuges. Iran has some 19,000 of them — more than three times the amount of longtime nuclear-armed Pakistan. The agreement forbids the Iranians to build anymore, but, much more importantly, it allows the Iranians to fix any of their centrifuges that may be broken and get them working again..