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Reader comment on item: A Tiny Silver Lining in the Otherwise Bad Iran Deal

Submitted by Dajjal (United States), Sep 9, 2015 at 23:51

If the short term storm zaps you with lightning of twists with a tornado, there is no long term benefit. Israel, once nuked, is toast. America, once hit with an EMP device, would be down for a long count and extremely vulnerable.

Russia remains, has nukes, and great ambitions; raising Hell in the region. Iran, without the Mullahcracy, would either be in chaos like Libya or run by other violent Muslims. Obamination is Jimmy Carter II.

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