“In order to address a terrifying but hypothetical danger…the Obama administration’s foreign policy accepted a real and catastrophic one.”
“As we have seen in North Korea, the longer we ignore a threat, the worse that threat becomes.”
Trump tosses Congress a hot falafel.
“So what he’s trying to do is put it on us, but we have to keep it on him.”
“The greatest capital that any country has is trust and credibility.”
On the “Do Not Admit” list?
Briar patch squared.
“it looked like the White House was going to tell Congress it could not certify Iran was complying”
“…help the Committee in better understanding these issues.”
“the initial letter submitted by the State Department was too soft…”
“People were killed because of the actions of one of them.”
“After a while, it simply became our working assumption that we were being spied on.”
Also the Muslim Brotherhood?
“The Obama administration failed to respond adequately to Tehran’s malign actions…”
“The Khorramshahr medium-range ballistic missile flew 600 miles before exploding…”
Gates: We need to push harder on its limits, though.
“…our hope and our desire and our preference is for the full implementation of the nuclear agreement.”
Seven years ahead of schedule.
Did it go to the bad Iranians or the REALLY bad Iranians?
“…some nuclear stocks and facilities were not in accordance with JCPOA limits on Implementation Day”
“At one point, the Iranian boat came within 200 yards of one of the US Navy boats.”
“This stuff keeps coming out, drip, drip, drip, drip, drip.”
“Well, that’s not a word that I’ve used…”
“This money was returned for the freedom of the U.S. spy…”
IDF: You mean Munich II – Iranian Boogaloo?
“the report identified more than 1,000 associates of Iranian-backed terror groups living in Germany…”
“They took something they didn’t like and pretended it didn’t happen.”
“Rep. Pompeo was booked to discuss the Iran deal in August 2015…”
“It’s a valued partnership, without any conditions…”