Skip to comments.Obama, Congress at odds over Iran sanctions relief
Posted on 10/18/2013 5:50:52 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The Obama administration is weighing whether to offer Iran the chance to recoup billions of dollars in frozen overseas assets if it takes steps to scale back its nuclear program, U.S. officials and congressional aides said Friday. The proposal would face a skeptical Congress determined to make the end of Tehrans uranium enrichment activity the condition for any sanctions relief.
The brainstorming comes after two days of nuclear negotiations between Iran and world powers ended this week in Geneva. The talksthe first since Iranian President Hassan Rouhani took officeended on an upbeat note, although it fell short of specific and concrete commitments by Iran to stop enriching uranium or ship out its stockpiles of higher-enriched uranium.
The proposal is one of several under consideration to spur negotiations to ensure Tehran cant produce atomic weapons. Enriching uranium can produce material for peaceful energy purposes or nuclear arms.
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Peace, Peace, then comes sudden destruction. Looks like the middle east might have a big peace movement then Israel gets attacked and blamed for the attack, Damascus turns into smoke and a mushroom could...
I have had a bad feeling of late, like things are accelerating at warp speed and our way of life is fixin to change forever!
Here is my down pat answer. Obama can get what he wants by turning off EBT.
Those turkeys in Congress will have heart palpitations and vote for whatever he wants.
Peace and safety.
I read that phrase somewhere...
Indeed. 1 Thessalonians 5:3.
How did that turn out again?
No escape. And they all looked like women in labor in reaction to the sudden destruction.
Obama has to be the most stupid individual who ever set foot in Washington DC.
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