Jul 14, 2015

Obama Signs Iran Deal, Says Bye-Bye to Western Civ | Diary of a Mad Voter

Now we know what hope and change really meant.Somewhere Frank Marshall Davis must be smiling. Barack  Obama toasted what he always wanted, the decline of the West, as our president finally rolled over and made a big nuclear deal with Iran, giving the ayatollah virtually everything he could have dreamed of, let alone needed -- including control over nuclear  inspections, making them meaningless --...

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