Kill the Deal

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Author(s) William Kristol
Source The Weekly Standard
Date April 4, 2015
Quotes-start.png Some of the particulars are so indefensible that they may become the best vehicle for stopping or killing the deal. In fact, Congress might advance several pieces of legislation or amendments along these lines, in addition to the cumbersome Corker-Menendez bill. For example: no sanctions relief if Fordow, which Obama himself said was utterly unnecessary for a peaceful nuclear program, stays open. No sanctions relief if there aren't any-time, any-place inspections. No sanctions relief if the centrifuges don't stop spinning, or if enriched uranium isn't shipped out of the country. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Plan is beneficial on the topic Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.