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Sunday, April 12, 2015

While Back on Capitol Hill…

For John, BLUFWhat does your Audience think?  Nothing to see here; just move along.

It isn't just the US Senate with an interest in the President's negotiations with Iran.  Per , "House Democrats Forced to Choose Sides in Iran Debate".
House Democrats on the fence about the White House’s proposed nuclear deal with Iran will be asked next week to close ranks and get behind the president.

With the House and Senate getting back to work on April 13 after a two-week recess, most of the legislative action is set to be in the Senate, where the Foreign Relations Committee will begin marking up its bill giving Congress power to override President Barack Obama’s emerging deal to disarm Iran.

But Speaker John A. Boehner, R-Ohio, has made it clear that, short of the White House dramatically changing course, he would support the House acting on similar legislation, perhaps even taking up the Senate’s product (assuming it passes).

I hope we don't get into some Woodrow Wilson/League of Nations kind of thing.  While this isn't a great agreement, if we couple it with improved Theater Nuclear Forces (TNF) it might work over time.  Other options are not really attractive.

For those who wonder, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi fully backs the President.  The test is those Representatives in Districts that don't favor the agreement.  The Members are just back from a two week vacation, so they probably have a sense of how it is going out on the hustings.

Hat tip to the InstaPundit.

Regards  —  Cliff

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