Why Would Are President make a deal like this for Iran?

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  1. JasonCooley1123 profile image59
    JasonCooley1123posted 3 years ago

    Why Would Are President make a deal like this for Iran?

    What I don't understand and I'm sue most if not all American citizens are not getting is why Iran!, what sense does it make to give them like. Billion dollars to build nukes when they don't like America along with Irans Allies, Russia, North Korea, and maybe China and who ever else wants in.. Why as a country do we the people allow the fate of our children's and our lives at there disposal? Makes you wonder the true motive of are president put us all at risk!!!!!.

  2. Niecey Doc profile image73
    Niecey Docposted 3 years ago

    I personally believe it's an occultic agenda. The president is a puppet.

    1. dashingscorpio profile image86
      dashingscorpioposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Every president has sought agreements and treaties in the Middle East since the 1950s. Are they all occult followers or puppets? The U.S. even does business with China and Russia. War is always an option but peace rarely is.

  3. Dr Billy Kidd profile image94
    Dr Billy Kiddposted 3 years ago

    Maybe you should ask this about North Korea. They're making nuclear-armed missiles that will be able to hit the U.S.
    The treaty with Iran has nothing to do with the U.S. giving Iran billions of dollars. Most of the money is due to come from other countries that owe Iran money for oil they already bought. That money will go to Iran whether Congress approves the Iran treaty or not.
    Maybe you should also ask why 5 other major powers signed on to the treaty. There must be some substance in the treaty that you do no understand.
    What do you think?

  4. Larry Fields profile image74
    Larry Fieldsposted 3 years ago

    Hello, Jason. Good question. However I'm not sure about the part about 'giving' them billions of dollars. My understanding is that the financial aspect is more a matter of unfreezing previously frozen Iranian assets.
    In answering your question, there's no way to sugar-coat this: Obama is an Islamic sympathizer, who truly hates his country, and who is trying to do as much damage as he can get way with, while he is still in the driver's seat. Most of the crazy sh*t that O"Bummer has pulled only makes sense, from the perspective of his personal agenda. Moreover he does not give a rat's patootie about the possibility of his Iran Giveaway increasing the probability of a future WW3.

    1. celafoe profile image65
      celafoeposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      obumbler is a radical  muslim  and is in his position to desroy our country, which he is doing  . He is working for his father satan. the real question is why are our elected officials allowing and support him.   they should have removed him already

  5. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 3 years ago

    Most people have not read the deal.
    They're either responding because they like or dislike the president or they are basing it on snippets of what the media has fed them.
    The deal is not between the U.S. and Iran
    It encompasses a coalition of nations; Russia, China, Germany, France, and the U.K. are all a part of it. In fact this was probably the last opportunity to reach any kind of deal before the other countries lifted their sanctions.
    Going to war is always an option.
    However (if) Iran honors the deal then history will record it as being a landmark peace agreement. All treaties and or agreements run the risk of one party not living up to it but that doesn't mean counties should avoid the opportunities where it makes sense to give peace a chance.
    It made little sense for the U.S. to be a "lone wolf" holding sanctions while the rest of the free world lifted theirs. At the very least we got a buy in from those countries to go to war in the event Iran breaks the treaty.
    Right now it's too early to know whether this deal was good or bad.
    It's been reported in the past that Iran was only one or two years away from developing a nuclear bomb. (With the sanctions in place). If years go by without that taking place to some extent the treaty will have succeeded.
    No one "knows" what the future holds!

    1. Dr Billy Kidd profile image94
      Dr Billy Kiddposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Many people in Congress have not read the Iran treaty--which is sanctioned by the U.N. Security Council. During the Senate hearings, the nuclear physicist expert was berated by the Republicans and not allowed to explain the treaty to them.


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