Secret side deals emerge involving Iran. Also, deal requires US to teach Iran to defeat a cyber attack. ADDED: Obama/Kerry team "fleeced" and "bamboozled".

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    Jul 23, 2015 1:03 AM GMT
    Maybe with these gems, enough Democrats will oppose the bill leading to a veto-proof rejection.


    Obama won't let Congress see all of Iran nuclear deal

    Two key parts of the Iran nuclear deal will be kept from the prying eyes of Congress. These "side deals" with Iran involve inspecting a military site long suspected of carrying out nuclear and ballistic missile research and development.
    But even Democrats have to acknowledge that keeping these side deals from Congress violates the spirit and probably the letter of the law that gives Congress the right to review the agreement.



    Outrage: Iran deal commits U.S. to teach them how to defeat a cyber attack

    Perhaps the very worst aspect of the Iran deal reached in Vienna is the commitment of the U.S. and European powers to teach the Iranians how to resist attacks such as Stuxnet.

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    Jul 23, 2015 1:06 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidMore proof that Obama is the absolute WORST President we have ever had.

    Absolutely shameful. I'd like to see his ass hauled before a tribunal and charged with treason.
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    Jul 23, 2015 5:34 PM GMT
    One of the following:

    1) Kerry saw the side deals and is lying.

    2) Kerry was aware of the side deals but chose to not see or obtain the contents as cover to avoid sharing with Congress.

    3) Kerry was blissfully unaware, which is unacceptable when it has material impact on the overall arrangement.

    Or, in other words, the Obama/Kerry team is

    1) a liar

    2) a fool

    3) both the above


    Pompeo also asked Kerry about the secret deals in a briefing Wednesday and said afterwards that Kerry "confirmed that there were in fact side deals and himself had not seen the agreement."

    "I was incredibly surprised to learn there were components of the deal that Congress was not going to be privy to," Pompeo said, adding that he had expected that American negotiators would have demanded to see the side deals being cut.