LastDayWatchers here is what you must see
Look for someone, anyone, who’s criticizing the Iran framework who wasn’t in the “must invade Iraq” camp in 2003.
I can tell, no such person exists, those condemning the preliminary Iran deal are the same people, up to and including Netanyahu, who said invading Iraq was a great idea that would benefit the Middle East.
See congressional Republicans, their media allies, and prominent neoconservative voices.
Iran offered to negotiate with the United States, but the George Bush administration refused. “We don’t talk to evil,” Vice President Dick Cheney quipped, instead, the Bush administration resorted to threats of war and sanctions.
Iran, in turn, expanded its program. By 2005, it had 3,000 centrifuges. Again, it sought negotiations and offered to stop expanding its nuclear program, again, the United States refuse
Pressure yielded pressure, sanctions begot centrifuges.
This is the first time that the number of centrifuges Iran operates will have been reduced. No other policy has achieved this. The critics can’t touch this.
Hailed as a breakthrough by the United States, by the European Union and by Iran itself, Israel quickly criticized key tenets of the deal. But all parties agreed the moment was historic, for better or worse.