The Obama administration’s agreement with Iran over its nuclear weapons is a bad deal, Heritage Foundation vice president James Carafano said on Blaze TV yesterday.
the U.S. has already negotiated away its strongest leverage on the regime (the economic sanctions). The preemptive giveaway makes it less — not more — likely that the West will get an ironclad deal in six months. What is more likely is that Tehran will have set us up for another round of “rope-a-dope” bargaining — either stringing out negotiations even longer, or walking away as they blame the U.S. for being unreasonable.
Iranian leaders have been calling the deal a victory for Iran. Do you think the agreement is a good deal?