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Iran appeasement "worse than Munich" historians agree; Will Jews help override BHO's veto?

Pro-Israel lobbying group is urging Congress to reject the nuclear deal with Iran. (AP)
Secy John Kerry, EU reps & Iranian lead negotiator
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Vienna

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee had reserved judgment about the deal when it was announced on Tuesday. But now the group says it believes Congress should insist on a better deal. AIPAC says in a statement that the deal is flawed because it doesn't allow inspectors immediate access to suspicious sites, and it doesn't dismantle Iran's nuclear facilities. The group also is expressing concern that arms and ballistic missile embargos on Iran could be lifted in the coming years.  

Vice President Joe Biden will head back to Capitol Hill on Thursday to urge Senate (AP) Democrats to support the nuclear deal with Iran. The White House says Biden will discuss the deal with the Democratic members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin, the top Democrat on the committee, invited Biden to brief his party's senators. The meeting will come a day after Biden made a similar pitch during a meeting with House Democrats. Biden has also been calling lawmakers, including Senate leaders, to discuss the deal. Congress will have a 60-day window to review the deal and could pass legislation stopping Obama from lifting sanctions on Iran. The White House is focusing its outreach on Democrats in hopes they'll provide enough votes to stop Republicans from overriding Obama's likely veto.

Forget Obama. Republicans made the Iran nukes deal possible 
Mark Levin has been shouting until he is blue in the face that this truly awful nuclear deal with Iran has only been made possible with the help of Senate Republicans, who passed a bill (99-1, with Tom Cotton of Arkansas the only sane dissenter) making it nearly impossible to stop Obama's agreement with the Ayatollahs: Read more in NewsMachete

John Feehery in Washington Wire: Opponents need 290 House members to override a veto, which means they would need 43 Democrats to abandon Mr. Obama.  It’s hard to see where they get that many votes. There are 18 Jewish Democrats in the House, and many of them will probably stick with the president. Neither the black caucus nor the Hispanic caucus is likely to abandon Mr. Obama, and it is highly unlikely that House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi will either. 

CNN Politics reports: Among those immediately praising the accord were California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee who called the deal a 'diplomatic resolution' to a significant matter of international security.  ...

The 15 Senate Democrats considered in-play by aides beyond Menendez, Schumer and Cardin are: Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, Sen. Ben Nelson of Florida, Sen. Joe Donnelly or Indiana, Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware, Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania, Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, Sen. Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado, Sen. Gary Peters of Michigan and Sen. Angus King, an Independent of Maine who caucuses with the Democrats. 

On Sean Hannity's Fox News Channel Show 15 July '15,  he introduced "Mark Steyn says he thinks what President Barack Obama did is "significantly worse" than what former British prime minister Neville Chamberlain did. He also stated that he doesn't think the president was negotiating on behalf of the United States."
Mark Steyn excerpted his remarks from his article, "Far Worse than Munich," Steyn Online, July 15, 2015 
I think the nuclear issue was a mere pretext, a Hitchcock-ian McGuffin. Iran will be a nuclear state, and very soon. The joke inspections regime - under which Teheran can block any inspections for the best part of a month - will facilitate the nuclearization of Iran and prevent anyone who objects to it - such as Israel - from doing anything about it. That's a given.
But that's not what the talks were about. Obama's vision of the post-American Middle East sees Iran as the dominant power, and that's what the negotiations were there to finesse.

I think what happened at these talks is that he and the Iranians were, in a sense, negotiating together to anoint Iran as the regional power in the Middle East and to facilitate Iran’s reentry, the biggest planetary sponsor of terrorism, to facilitate its reentry into the global community. That’s what Obama was there doing.”

Historian, William Langfan, 92, feels he's reliving the parallels he experienced as a young man at that time: 'Iran deal parallels "Peace in Our Time" blunder, leading to a World War, from a weaker position.'

In 1938,  pre-college Langfan saw that Britain & France, hoping to avoid violence, presumed Hitler demanding land sacrifices would be appeased by their sacrificing Sudentenland, Czechoslovakia. Mr. Langfan warns that the same Western pacifism trusting a contract Hitler would not violate is being repeated by Western leaders today, enabling money and weapons materiel capabilities to an enemy intent on destroying the Jewish state - in hopes of appeasing the jihadist juggernaut from seeking further power and control.

Former Israeli Parliamentarian, Dr. Aryeh Eldad cautions politicos from setting-up Israel to be sacrificed against Iran.  Knesset Member Dr. Eldad told JewTube.Info in 2008 that Washington has abandoned the world to a nuclear-mad, apocalyptic Iran. He asserted, "There's NO CHANCE in the world that Israel would be willing to live under an nuclear Iranian threat.," He cautioned western negotiators not to consider Israel a modern-day Czechoslovakia. 'Sacrificing us won't appease them against you, and don't expect us to forget you sold us down the river,' he cautions. Jewish blood no longer comes cheap.'

A Rally to Prevent a Nuclear Iran is being held in Times Square on Wednesday, July 22 from 5:30-7:30pm. Speakers include Clare Lopez, Steven Emerson, James Woolsey, Alan Dershowitz, Mort Zuckerman, Caroline Glick, Frank Gaffney, and Rep.Alan West.

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