Well I don't think we should be helping the Sunni nor the Shia. Besides BO's own people have said the deal was 50/50 at best.
Iran's parliament has started to draft a law that would allow the country's nuclear scientists to intensify their uranium enrichment, a step that could complicate ongoing talks with world powers. The move, announced Saturday by parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, comes after U.S. lawmakers said they were planning legislation that could place new sanctions on Iran. "This bill will allow the government to continue enrichment, using new generation centrifuges," he said, referring to more modern machines that would speed up production.
US President Barack Obama has said he will veto any move to adopt new sanctions but a White House spokesman said Friday the "likelihood of success" in the nuclear talks is "at best 50/50."....snip~
Iran Lawmakers Drafting Law on Nuclear Enrichment Hike
The Saud tend to panic when they get surrounded by Shia.....which as you know they were behind the BS in Syria, Libya, Yemen, Iraq, and Bahrain, anyways.
I have never called for a preemptive strike against Iran, another lie you and your ilk like to toss about. I would have kept the sanctions that were working and by now, since we did not get agreement in the 12 months as first proposed tightened them. This would do the opposite of what Obama, you and your ilk say. It would have a decent chance of getting Iran to relent in their pursuit of the bomb.
I see the spirit of Neville Chamberlain is alive and well. Khamenei is a damned murdering, degenerate son of a whore, as are the rest of the pack of boy-buggering jihadist curs that have been oppressing Iran for the past thirty-five years. Since they are the enemies of the United States--they have sponsored terrorist attacks that have killed thousands of American civilians and servicemen--it's predictable that people who choose to take up space in the U.S. while running it down at every opportunity would come to their defense.
The U.S. could and should have, quite a few years ago, issued an ultimatum to Iran to dismantle its nuclear weapons facilities completely and permanently and allow international inspections to verify compliance, or be blockaded. Other oil exporters would have increased production to make up any shortfall, and Iran would have been helpless to lift a blockade. The resulting economic damage and loss of prestige might well have been fatal to the Khomeinist regime. And it could have been warned that the blockade was only a first step--that the U.S. would respond to any attempt at retaliation by destroying all of Iran's nuclear weapons facilities from the air.
Anyone who imagines a nuclear-armed Iran would not be a threat to the U.S. either is being willfully blind or has not thought very much about the matter. The Tehran regime has openly declared its intent to attack Israel when it gets nuclear weapons, even though it knows that because Israel has a hundred or more of them itself, that would mean the end of Iran. Why would fanatics like that hesitate to attack this country, particularly if they thought they could hide their part in an attack? A crew of Hizballah suicides could sail into a port city here some night in one of the nondescript thousands of cargo ships that are sea at any given time, with a bomb somewhere in its hold--and before anyone had any idea who they were, blow up the ship in the harbor, taking themselves and a good part of the city with it. There would be no evidence left to point to any nation's involvement.
Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy