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    Re: In Nuclear Talks, Iran Seeks to Avoid Specifics

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Obviously Zarif is doing his best to cooperate while appeasing the nuts back home, just as Kerry is doing his best while trying to deal with the nuts back home. Seems both countries have some nuts that would like to derail the negotiations.
    Nuts like the only real authority in Iran the Supreme Leader who holds all the cards and just demanded again for the death of America, spare us.

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    Re: In Nuclear Talks, Iran Seeks to Avoid Specifics

    Quote Originally Posted by face, your View Post
    Nuts like the only real authority in Iran the Supreme Leader who holds all the cards and just demanded again for the death of America, spare us.
    Spare yourself and don't read posts that expose your error. John Kerry no doubt told his counter part that he has the same nut jobs at home to deal with. Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran!
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    Re: In Nuclear Talks, Iran Seeks to Avoid Specifics

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Spare yourself and don't read posts that expose your error. John Kerry no doubt told his counter part that he has the same nut jobs at home to deal with. Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran!
    Once again comparing a bad joke repeating a 30 year old song parody to the dead serious call and a national holiday dedicated to death to America, spewing utter rubbish nothing more.

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    Re: In Nuclear Talks, Iran Seeks to Avoid Specifics

    Quote Originally Posted by face, your View Post
    Once again comparing a bad joke repeating a 30 year old song parody to the dead serious call and a national holiday dedicated to death to America, spewing utter rubbish nothing more.
    Not when you compare all John McCain's comments on Iran do you conclude it was just a joke!
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    Re: In Nuclear Talks, Iran Seeks to Avoid Specifics

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Not when you compare all John McCain's comments on Iran do you conclude it was just a joke!
    What ever you say sport, provide the quote where he in seriousness called for bombing Iran. Your comparison of a bad joke to serious calls for the annihilation of the United States is laughable.

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    Re: In Nuclear Talks, Iran Seeks to Avoid Specifics

    Quote Originally Posted by jmotivator View Post
    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/25/wo...-one.html?_r=1

    "If an agreement to limit Iran’s nuclear capability is reached by deadline in the next seven days, one thing may be missing: an actual written accord, signed by the Iranians."

    An agreement that wouldn't be worth the paper it's written on...

    I still hold out hope that the President isn't so stupid that he would accept such an agreement.
    An agreement is only worth the commitment to it that the parties demonstrate.

    It's been reported that Iran has yet to fulfill and honor a single one of it's commitments that have been agreed to.
    It's also been reported that the UN's IAEA has been thwarted from it's inspections on a number of fronts and at a number of known locations.

    Quote Originally Posted by OrphanSlug View Post
    Iran does not want to come clean on their intentions and be specific in a "deal?" I'm completely shocked, anyone else?
    I guess Iran's leaders must not be taking Obama, Kerry and the UN very seriously. The overall impression that I get is that Iran is playing for time and lifting of sanctions. It's little wonder that Obama's being so easily taken in by Iran. They sense how desperate he is for a foreign policy achievement for his legacy, and are playing him for all it's worth; for all they can get. Obama, the international and diplomatic neophyte, is just way out of his depth, severely over-matched and extremely vulnerable, and the Iranian leaders know it.

    A bad deal is worse than no deal. At least it'll have to go to the Senate to become binding on the US. Hope they recognize whether it's a good deal or a bad deal. Seems like they are already doing so.
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    Re: In Nuclear Talks, Iran Seeks to Avoid Specifics

    Quote Originally Posted by face, your View Post
    What ever you say sport, provide the quote where he in seriousness called for bombing Iran. Your comparison of a bad joke to serious calls for the annihilation of the United States is laughable.
    If the fact that the war mongering hawk isn't joking..........

    Even before he was caught playing poker on his iPhone at a Senate hearing on Wednesday, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) had already sent a message: Anything less than an extensive aerial assault on the Syrian regime by American forces would be an unacceptable approach to the conflict in the Middle East. This was hardly surprising. Over the last two decades, McCain has rarely missed an opportunity to call for the escalation of an international conflict. Since the mid-1990s, he's pushed for regime change in more than a half-dozen countries—occasionally with disastrous consequences.

    Has escaped you,

    Here's a quick review of McCain's eagerness for military action and foreign entanglements.

    http://www.motherjones.com/politics/...tack-map-syria
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    Re: In Nuclear Talks, Iran Seeks to Avoid Specifics

    Quote Originally Posted by joG View Post
    Thing is, that the Head of IAEA said the other day that Iran was not cooperating and that the IAEA cannot determine whether or not it is developing military capability. As there have been a number of things they were doing that IAEA said were only compatible with a weapons program, it sounds as though we are where we were 5 years ago.
    No one except fear mongers have said that Iran is trying to develop a nuclear weapon. There is no credible evidence that is taking place.

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    Re: In Nuclear Talks, Iran Seeks to Avoid Specifics

    Quote Originally Posted by face, your View Post
    There motivation is to get the sanctions lifted while achieving their objective of obtaining the bomb, nobody is fooled by the genocidal thecorats who speak out of both sides of their mouths, claiming to want peaceful negotiations while demanding death to America, ****ing spare us.
    Even if you think that they are trying to get one, the best way to keep them from doing it is to get them to agree to inspections so that what they are doing can be observed closely.

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    Re: In Nuclear Talks, Iran Seeks to Avoid Specifics

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironfist View Post
    No one except fear mongers have said that Iran is trying to develop a nuclear weapon. There is no credible evidence that is taking place.
    I am afraid you are wrong. But I am unwilling to look up the literature, because it is so irrefutable that anyone willing to be open minded would know.

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