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Iranian Nuclear Deal: Good or Bad?

  

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This is a really hot button issue right now in the US.  It'll be interesting to hear peoples opinions who live outside the US.

 

This has a good deal of information on it for those unfamiliar with the topic.

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Indifferent, as long as other nations are in possesion of nuclear weapons.

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Nothing like making a deal with a nation that's leader then tweets this picture of the U.S. leader shooting himself...

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Nothing like making a deal with a nation that's leader then tweets this picture of the U.S. leader shooting himself...

 

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Our wonderful president put us in a rock and a hard place.  We don't accept the deal and face losing credibility internationally or accept terms that will empower Iran and help them onto the path to a bomb...of course there is also the rhetoric from Iran immediately after the deal...we work with them and right afterwards they say "death to america" or similar things.  We don't need another war, and any  US politician that starts one or is involved in one automatically killed his political career but this deal is just awful.  I mean come on, in order to perform inspections we have to give Iran a two week notice, that is plenty of time to cover their tracks.  That is only one example there is many more bad things in this deal.

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I mean, sure, people in Iran shout "death to America" that's not new. People in the US talk about bombing Iran or glassing it in nuclear hellfire, how is that much different? Extremists all wants the same thing: the other group to stop existing, or at least change itself to their satisfaction. Well, that's not how it works. We live in a time in the United States where if it isn't your way it's the highway, except in this deal the highway was targeted strikes on the sovereign nation of Iran. As for an Iranian nuclear weapon, let's consider something about the Iranian bomb relative to this deal. Two years ago this happened:

 

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By his own rhetoric, Iran should have a bomb by now. Just after the deal he said now it's ten years down the road. Well, I'll say that's an improvement. But alright, let's consider, Iran gets a nuclear weapon. What do they do with it? Nuke Israel and get invaded by the broadest global coalition to have ever existed? Use it as a deterrent? Why is that a problem? Give it to terrorists? The hammer would still come down on Iran. We all seem to be forgetting another nuclear power, North Korea. They talk about obliterating the US, South Korea, and Japan daily, yet they haven't acted on their own insanity. If they do they know it'll be the end of them. Iran will know it too, or face the consequences.

 

Now personally I don't think it's the best possible deal that could have occurred (this is factoring compromise), but when you're the only one at the table ready to scream no, you have to choose your battles.

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