So is Barack Obama and his minions going to compare Chucky Schumer to hardline Iranians?
The top U.S. Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer has come out and said that he opposes Barack Obama’s Iran nuclear deal. The next in line to become the Democrat Senate Minority leader has gone against the Obama White House and actually done the right thing. Schumer has put America first and Obama second. Its is about time the Democrat party or at least a high ranking Democrat has done so. Also, Representative Eliot L. Engel of New York, the ranking Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, has also opposed the deal. on Friday, Congress, Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA), said on Friday that he would follow suit and vote against Obama’s naive nuke deal.
Chuck Schumer stated that he will not approve the Iran nuclear dead because “he believes that Iran will not change … “. There is ver little that I agree with Schumer; however, lets give credit where credit is due. However, if this is just a ploy by Schumer, knowing that there are enough liberal, ignorant law makers to approve Obama’s terrible nuke deal for the US, Israel and its Middle East allies, then shame on Schumer.
Senator Chuck Schumer, the most influential Jewish voice in Congress, said Thursday night that he would oppose President Obama’s deal to limit Iran’s nuclear program.
“Advocates on both sides have strong cases for their point of view that cannot simply be dismissed,” Mr. Schumer, Democrat of New York, said in a lengthy statement. “This has made evaluating the agreement a difficult and deliberate endeavor, and after deep study, careful thought and considerable soul-searching, I have decided I must oppose the agreement and will vote yes on a motion of disapproval.”
Mr. Schumer had spent the last several weeks carrying a dog-eared copy of the agreement in his briefcase and meeting with Mr. Obama and officials like Wendy R. Sherman, the deal’s chief negotiator. With his decision, he paves the way for other Democrats on the fence to join Republicans in showing their disapproval.
Claiming September’s vote on whether to support the deal carries similar weight to the 2002 decision to invade Iraq, Obama suggested the soundtrack to both historic moments was the “drumbeat of war.”
And he charged that Republicans who have vowed to defeat the agreement were making “common cause” with hardliners in Iran.