Trump opposes the deal with Iran


Well, here’s some news: Trump Storms Washington to Stop Iran Nuke Deal.

Donald Trump is coming to Washington with a message for Congress and the American people: Stop the nuclear deal with Iran.

And he will be joined by a star-studded galaxy of conservative leaders.

Appearing with the leading Republican presidential contender will be fellow candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, former Gov. Sarah Palin, R-Alaska, political commentator Glenn Beck, radio talk-show host Mark Levin and many others in what promises to be a huge rally to try stop the Iran deal at the Capitol on Wednesday.

“This deal makes war a certainty,” Cruz has charged.

And, as he told WND, “If this deal is consummated, it will make the Obama administration the world’s leading financier of radical Islamic terrorism.”

And with the photo above, you might well be looking at the Repubican nominees for President and Vice President next November. As for Trump himself, the headline on the personal statement by Donald Trump reads: Donald Trump: Amateur hour with the Iran nuclear deal. It’s not long so you can read it all. This is how it starts:

It is hard to believe a president of the United States would actually put his name on an agreement with the terrorist state Iran that is so bad, so poorly constructed and so terribly negotiated that it increases uncertainty and reduces security for America and our allies, including Israel.

It was amateur hour for those charged with striking this deal with Iran, demonstrating to the world, yet again, the total incompetence of our president and politicians. It appears we wanted a deal at any cost rather than following the advice of Ronald Reagan and walking away because “no deal is better than a bad deal.”

The US now has a Leader of the Opposition, and what a difference it makes.

Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio compared

Both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio were in the news lately, and both will very likely run for President of the United States in 2016. Cruz was sandbagged over an incident when he was slagging global warming, and the interesting part was how he kept his poise and equilibrium in the face of the Democrat media. Rubio was discussing the Israeli election, and therefore was about containing the hatred that will follow from the Obama White House. They are here in alphabetical order since it is not a little premature to be thinking about 2016. Let’s first get through 2015 which will be challenging enough. It will be nice to have a Republican president, but then there’s Hillary.

This then is Marco Rubio whose views on Israel make me think there are still possibilities for renewal. There’s a lot of ruin in a nation, and Obama has done his best. But there is a lot of recovery in a nation which has its history and inner strength.

Ted Cruz has also defended Israel here so this is not meant to be a comparison of issues chosen, only a view of the candidates.

And let me finally mention this photo today on Drudge of Martin O’Malley, former governor of Maryland, who has stepped into the race over on the Democrat side. The lead headline at Drudge today is O’Malley Fires Up Iowa with the underneath story that he has been criticising Wall Street, which is part of the Punch and Judy show of Democrat politics since nearly every Wall Street banker is a Democrat (and why wouldn’t they be?). He is as obscure today as Bill Clinton was in 1991 but the Anyone But Clinton crowd is not small and is growing. Here’s the pic:

banjo omalley

Well he lost my vote right there. Anyone who thinks he can pretend to play the banjo using a six-stringed instrument, no doubt tuned like a guitar, is obviously as false and fake as the rest of them, utterly untrustworthy from the get go. Pathetic, absolutely pathetic.