“While this is not the agreement I would have accepted at the negotiating table, it is better than no deal at all.”
Sen. Richard Blumenthal
The “bad deal is better than no deal” logic is a terribly sad commentary on our current state of affairs.
The people who build IEDs, support Hezbollah, and openly continue to threaten Israel, got the better of us, now with the support of a Senator who actually tries to claim that had he been involved, his position would be different!
We don’t need to accept moral mediocrity as a reasonable standard, and party lines should pale in comparison to the loss of American soldier’s lives and limbs – directly taken by Iranian terrorism.
Hindsight is 20/20.
The “landmark” deal made a while ago with North Korea directly enabled them to get nuclear weapons. Who then gave North Korea missiles?
Blumenthal’s support gives Iran more finance to keep maiming US soldiers, supply missiles to North Korea, support terrorists, and move closer to obliterating Israel (their stated objective!).
And that’s just related to what we know about so far.
Well, at least we also may rest assured that if the CT Senator been at the table, he wouldn’t have accepted such a ludicrous agreement.
Yet, it’s now worthy of his vote!
BTW, not that it matters, but what about the American hostages Iran still holds?
When did vacuity of national character become official policy?
You see, if an agreement is one you would not have accepted when it was fashioned, then you shouldn’t support it at all.
Even more than votes.
Check this montage…