You sign a deal that carries a great deal of immediate danger for the entire Middle East, yet, you do not live here in the Middle East, and Israel and most of our neighbors are against the deal.
You then allow Kerry to threaten Israel that if Congress vetoes the deal, it will be Israel’s fault, and Israel will suffer. How, exactly, will it be Israel’s fault, and why should we suffer?
You insist on threatening the very basis of democracy, by not allowing Congress to veto the Iran deal, and insisting, through force, on doing what you want to do – even if 6 out of 10 Americans oppose it.
You know, I thought that America was a democratic country, and a country that encouraged democracy. May I ask why the leader of a so-called democratic country is acting in a way that is explicitly against democracy?
And then you have the chutzpa to get angry at Bibi for “interfering in American issues,” when first of all, it is not an “American affair,” but a Middle East affair first, and a global affair only second. It is not an American affair at all; America is included with the rest of the globe. And second, you had the audacity to interfere in our elections.
And you say we are interfering in your affairs?
Oh, and that worry that if we don’t go through with the Iran deal, war will ensue? We’ll have to fight a war with or without the deal . . . don’t you think it’s better to fight a non-nuclear Iran, rather than a nuclear one?