Then I can't understand why the IAEA was on television saying that the deal didn't meet their normal standards of inspection? Maybe it's that they are involved, but not at the level they normally would be?
I don't know. I was just repeating what I heard an IAEA representative say in an interview on CNN; that's why I went to their site to see if I could find the clip. If I do, I'll post it so you can see where I was coming from.
As for an analysis, all you're really going to find are biases that are either laughably optimistic or pessimistic. The real analysis is in how this looks in six months time.
As for it being temporary, it's completely normal for contracts to be limited in duration so that after a trial period everyone can come back and put their two cents in on what does and doesn't work. I make contracts with distributers frequently and I've never created a "til death do us part" agreement.
Obama was promised 72 virgins to pull this deal off
So no, I don't think this deal was to take the public's attention off Obamacare. Even if it was, it wouldn't work. Obamacare isn't going away.
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.