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  • Democrat
    Julian, CA
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    What are the odds that the U.S. Senate will approve the Iran Nuclear Pact? A million to one if one goes by the previous record of the U.S. Senate regarding the Israeli Government.

    The fact is the U.S. Congress has been doing the bidding of that warmongering, corrupt, land grabbing Israeli Government for 3 generations, of course, it may be because the U.S. Government and the Israeli Government have a lot in common but on a practical level it probably has something to do with a hell of a lot of bribe/campaign money.

    Any U.S. Senator doing the bidding of a foreign government is committing treason.

  • Independent
    Ft.myers, FL
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    progressiveconnie Wrote:

    What are the odds that the U.S. Senate will approve the Iran Nuclear Pact? A million to one if one goes by the previous record of the U.S. Senate regarding the Israeli Government.

    The fact is the U.S. Congress has been doing the bidding of that warmongering, corrupt, land grabbing Israeli Government for 3 generations, of course, it may be because the U.S. Government and the Israeli Government have a lot in common but on a practical level it probably has something to do with a hell of a lot of bribe/campaign money.

    Any U.S. Senator doing the bidding of a foreign government is committing treason.

    Yes Connie; even Jesus was Jewish; but did not know the US existed, let alone where it was. If his dead granulized bones ever could come to life again; he would immediately turn to dust again, if he would see the present world on his catholic church provided Apple watch. Sure Israel is "blessed" by someone.
  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Portland, OR
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    progressiveconnie Wrote:

    What are the odds that the U.S. Senate will approve the Iran Nuclear Pact? A million to one if one goes by the previous record of the U.S. Senate regarding the Israeli Government.

    They may not approve it, but I would be shocked if they garner enough votes to override a Presidential veto. Both the House and Senate would have to come up with a 2/3's majority to override President Obama's veto, which I just don't see happening.

    There will be a few DINO's who jump ship and go against the President, but I just don't see 43 House Democrats and 13 Senate Democrats voting to override a Presidential veto.

    I could definitely see a few Democrats, especially in the Senate, vote against the deal at first but then not vote to override the President's veto after he sends it back to them. The same goes in the House. There may be a few DINO's who don't want to seem like they are "soft on Israel," whatever that means, but then not vote to kill the deal entirely after President Obama vetoes it.