Sunday, November 29, 2015

State Department says Iran NEVER SIGNED nuclear deal and it's not 'legally binding' as it tells Congress to butt out of Obama's 'political commitments'

Via David

Secretary of State John Kerry took a leading role in negotiating this summer's controversial nuclear arms deal with Iran

The Obama administration has disclosed to Congress that this summer's controversial nuclear arms agreement with Iran was never signed and is not legally binding, according to a new report this week.

The State Department made the disclosures in a letter to Kansas congressman Mike Pompeo, a Republican, who had written the department to inquire why the agreement as submitted to Congress in July did not bear the signature of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

'The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is not a treaty or an executive agreement, and is not a signed document,' Julia Frifield, an assistant secretary for legislative affairs wrote Pompeo last Thursday.

More with video @ Daily Mail

12 comments:

  1. Well, that 'splains why they are still calling us the Great Satan!

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  2. Sheer brilliance. I'm starting to wonder if we're going to survive this brain trust up in DC.

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  3. Every day brings a new "You can't make this stuff up" post. An old Marine buddy of mine keeps saying "We're all living in Disneyland now.". I can't improve on that.

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    1. "We're all living in Disneyland now.". I can't improve on that.

      Bingo!

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    2. I would say more likely "We're all living in West World now.".

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  4. The Commie traitors in our Govt. know exactly what they're doing, so we really need to stop calling them dumb and incompetent. Their statements are fully truthful to someone... just not us, We the American Peasants, who can't/won't believe our own govt. is actively working against us.

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    1. can't/won't believe our own govt. is actively working against us.

      Really.

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  5. They can't understand why we don't want to vote for a "professional" politician. If indeed they can't, then I suspect they really aren't too bright.

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    1. If indeed they can't, then I suspect they really aren't too bright.

      Excellent point.

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