The agreement with Iran John Kerry is sweating out is non-binding.
An agreement would have the same vague status under US domestic law as an executive order. The US wouldn’t be legally compelled to actually do anything. And a ccording to Thomas Moore, a former nonproliferation advisor for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, none of the obligations that an agreement would place on Iran would be legally binding, either.
So Tom Cotton tweets this:
Important question: if deal with Iran isn’t legally binding, then what’s to keep Iran from breaking said deal and developing a bomb?
There is nothing as stupid as an idiot, docile, omni-swallowing liberal.
Love Tom’s reply.
All Obama wants is a deal; whether or not anyone abides by it is immaterial once the media begins the praises of brilliant Obama accomplishing “peace for our time”. Just like swinging the gate wide for ISIS to spread like cancer across Iraq, Obama only wants the headline and catch-phrase.