82 Senators Sign AIPAC Letter To Obama On Iran; Rand Paul Refused To Sign

Schumer at AIPAC 2014A significant majority of 82 US Senate members (41 Republicans and 41 Democrats) have signed a letter to US President Barack Obama outlining terms of a final agreement on Iran’s nuclear program they would find acceptable.

The letter was first announced at AIPAC’s annual policy conference. The letter sets out the principles that should be embodied in a final deal including: no right for Iran to enrich uranium; dismantling Iran’s nuclear weapons program and preventing it “from ever having a uranium or plutonium path to a nuclear bomb.” If the terms aren’t met, the senators, many of whom supported the Menendez-Kirk sanctions bill, warn they would demand a resumption of sanctions.

“Should an acceptable final agreement be reached, your administration will need to work together with Congress to enact implementing legislation to provide longer term sanctions relief beyond existing waiver authorities – either through suspension, repeal or amendment of statutory sanctions,” the letter reads.

4 Republican senators, including the Conservative Republicans’ darling and a possible presidential candidate in 2016 – Senator Rand Paul, and 12 Democrats refused to sign the letter.

Read the letter below:

Senate Iran Letter by jacobYWN

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  1. CharlesKGim

    The arrogance of Americans is astounding.

  2. Dr.Joji Cherian

    How much each of the senators got from Jewish lobby? 100 dollars 1000 dollars? Senators are much cheaper in U S of A than any where else in the world

  3. Nice to see AIPAC’s influence over democrats like Schumer and others. Chuck Schumer would round up every orthodox jew in New York* who protested Israel’s draft and have them sent to Gitmo.

    New York = The land mass and constituents Schumer was actually elected to concern himself with.

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