August 10, 2015

"Veterans Against the Deal" say, "Tell your Senator, No deal for Iran"

Rebel Staff

An American group called "Veterans Against the Deal" has created an ad to encourage people to write to their Senators to reject Obama's Iran deal.

The ad is narrated by Retired Staff Sgt. Bartlett who in 2005 while stationed in Iraq, was so horribly injured by an Iranian bomb that it ended his military career.

He speaks of the times he witnessed the brutality of the Iranians as they put bullets in the heads of the children of neighbouring villages.

The ad also reminds us that Obama's Iran deal will free up billions of dollars for Iran which they can and likely will use to purchase even more deadly weapons in order to commit more terrorism and violence.

Obama thinks he knows better than most Americans who think this deal is a very bad idea, including some in his own Democrat party, but does he really know better than someone who experienced what the Iranians are capable of first hand?

Who do you think knows better?


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commented 2015-08-17 22:47:07 -0400
“human kind doesn’t want to wage war on each other, human kind wants peace and freedom”

Iran,( terrorist central) didn’t get that message Brinkman, would you deliver it personally so we all know they got it?
commented 2015-08-14 15:54:19 -0400
Israel will take care of Iran. They’re not being fooled like Barry.
commented 2015-08-13 20:44:21 -0400
Look at Iranian history between 1941 and 1979 under the Shah . Look at 1979 until today under Khomeini . We can try and reinstate governments we think will be west friendly, but it only works for a time, and with huge effort and cost. There is nothing to indicate any regime change now or in the future for Iran. Sanctions, and less dependence on foreign oil is all we got. If Obamie thinks he’s getting Iran’s oil if he plays nice with Khomeini he is nuts. They hate us, it didn’t just happen yesterday, and Islam will never accept the west EVER. This is the regime Obambie wants to do a deal with. Read about the hostage event 79/80, they were tough negotiators. Look at what they expect today, how many we let them have back, and all the concessions Obama is trying to oblige us to. There will never be a good deal with Iran. What understanding of the history does Obambie have? It is inconceivable to me that it could be translated to mean, we can do business with Iran, ever.
commented 2015-08-11 19:25:23 -0400
Retired US Admiral James Lyons accuses Obama of treason. YouTube has an interview he did in May of this year and is worth a listen.
commented 2015-08-11 17:58:35 -0400
Richard Brinkman – peace is not man’s to give, it is God’s! And if soldiers don’t want to fight, then they shouldn’t join up. We want courageous men and women, not cowards!
commented 2015-08-11 10:13:32 -0400
One Canadian war Vet said " Soldiers are trying to do the right thing, but they are lied to in the first place, they go off and die so some people can make money. It’s about time soldiers stand up and say we are not going to fight for you anymore because human kind doesn’t want to wage war on each other, human kind wants peace and freedom"
commented 2015-08-11 01:33:38 -0400
barry just wants his cut of Iranian oil – that’s why he used billions of US tax dollars to open up Iran’s floodgates.

yep – those communist pigs still know where their wallet is.
commented 2015-08-11 01:17:57 -0400
They have the upper hand, we need to get it back, or we have no power or control over the situation. Sheets blowing in the wind.
commented 2015-08-11 01:14:29 -0400
‘Current dying’…. there are more where he came from.
commented 2015-08-11 01:13:20 -0400
I don’t think it is six of one half a dozen of the other at all. With pressure from the west, sanctions in place, the well educated population may just rise up against the Mullahs. Something has to happen internally, and the west needs to pull out all stops to assist.
To go with the deal as it stands, one would have to have some faith that the Iranian power core, were trustworthy. They are not, so to me it is a mute point. Not even worth considering.
Proactive, not… maybe they will play nice. We know how those guys roll already. With out a plan, 10 years will fly by and we all will be worse off. They won’t give us access to shit, and this deal will only give everyone else an excuse to ramp up.

I agree with this statement Joan, “They are an educated and sophisticated people. It is time they were given the means and the power to overthrow this regime.” but we differ on the means. This deal emboldens the bad guys/does nothing to help the good guys. imo.
commented 2015-08-10 23:58:10 -0400
The deal is more or less already in place. Congress has been neutered. At least on this deal.

Without this deal, we can absolutely count on Iran building a nuclear weapon and we have nothing to use internationally to stop them. With the deal, ostensibly, we have … the deal.

Either way, we take a risk. This is Iran we’re talking about, after all.

Business under Rouhani has invited and welcomed American investment. The current Ayatollah is dying. It may be possible to use trade leverage and the chaos of the dying Ayatollah to defeat the pro-terrorist interests in current Iranian government.

The business class in Iran opposes the pro-terrorist, world caliphate goals of the Supreme Religious Leader. They are an educated and sophisticated people. It is time they were given the means and the power to overthrow this regime.

Risky? You bet? But either way, it’s dangerous. Six of one, half a dozen of the other.
commented 2015-08-10 22:29:12 -0400
Short and sweet, good ad.
I’m hopeful that the deal will be rejected by Congress, an effective Republican will be placed in the White House, and heavy sanctions will resume. The Mullah’s have to be brought to their knees. Modernism must prevail. Regime change. The Shah abandoned his country in 1979, the peanut farmer was in the White House. That was a pivotal point for Iran, and the west looked the other way. So now we have what we have to deal with. But make no mistake, there is no good deal with the Mullah’s.
commented 2015-08-10 22:24:13 -0400
Will Obama listen to “the people”? Historically, he hasn’t, and he’s on the downhill slide of his Presidency. What does he care? He can’t get elected again. After he’s out, it’s somebody else’s problem…