Oh. So Republicans are free to think that any action Obama takes on his own can be undone by a future President, so long as they don't say so? How very generous of you.2. The fact that the letter even exists is the most controversial thing.
The Controversial Thing, apparently, is not that we are slowly (well, not so slowly) and surely abandoning our position that a nuclear Iran is unacceptable, the Controversial Thing, apparently, is that Republican Senators have the effrontery to sign a public letter noting that Treaties that don't go through the Senate rest only on Executive Authority.
Oh yes, and it's so clear that only people who are desperate for it to mean something bad can discover it?The intent is clear.
No, you are correct. The intent of this letter is clear. The intent is clearly to lay out the US Constitutional order on international agreements. Do you think that the Obama Administration has been lying to the Iranians about the extent of it's Constitutional authority? Because otherwise, this doesn't make the slightest difference in negotiations other than to make clear the Legislative's Branch that Executive Decisions that do not seek Legislative Approval only have Executive Authority backing them.
But I find it interesting that you are so upset.... and yet.... can't actually find anything in the document to be upset about......