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U.S. nuclear negotiator admits 'we've not shut down' Iran's nuclear weapon efforts
By Brigitte Gabriel
Feb 12, 2014 - 12:07:05 AM

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You've probably heard the expression, "Nero fiddled while Rome burned." In a nutshell, it means that someone gets preoccupied with unimportant issues while the critical ones remain unaddressed.

Today, I call your attention to the recent article below. It proves the Obama administration realizes that despite their deal with Iran, the mullah's are still marching towards a nuclear weapon capability.

The reality is that this deal is madness. Congress must not accept these actions -- nor should we as U.S. citizens. Step one must be to stop the Iranian nuclear program.

ACT! for America supported H.R. 850, the Nuclear Iran Prevention Act, that passed in the House of Representatives last year. It is now time for the Senate to act -- and quickly. Please call your two U.S. Senators today and express your strong support for S. 1881, the Nuclear Weapon Free Iran Act.

Strong sanctions against the Iranian regime must continue until Iran dismantles its nuclear program. Period.

Iranian Ballistic Missile Program Can Continue Under Deal
BY: Adam Kredo
February 4, 2014

The U.S.'s top nuclear negotiator admitted on Tuesday that Iran could continue developing ballistic missiles under the recently inked nuclear accord meant to scale back Tehran's nuclear program.

Under pressure from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (SFRC), U.S. negotiator Wendy Sherman conceded that the U.S. failed to "shut down" Iran's ongoing development of ballistic missiles, which have long range capabilities and are the preferred weapon for delivering a nuclear payload. Read the full version

Brigitte Gabriel
President of ACT for America

  • ACT for America is an issues advocacy organization dedicated to effectively organizing and mobilizing the most powerful grassroots citizen action network in America, a grassroots network committed to informed and coordinated civic action that will lead to public policies that promote America's national security and the defense of American democratic values against the assault of radical Islam.

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