No sanctions and "verification is the elephant in the room in the Iranian nuke deal" -- so said Ambassador John Bolton.
“This is our first president who has truly made a decision to be truly anti-Israel,” Bachmann said, referring to the Israeli government’s opposition to the nuclear accord.
Rep. Peter Roskam (R., Ill,), the GOP chief deputy whip and co-chair of the Republican Israel Caucus, slammed Senate Democrats for following the White House as Iran continues to enrich uranium.
Obama has thrown in completely and utterly with the murdering mullahs.
"Sources: White House Has Killed Iran Sanctions," By Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon, December 12, 2013
No new sanctions will pass Congress in 2013, insiders say
House lawmakers are lashing out at their Senate counterparts over the upper chamber’s failure to pass tighter Iran sanctions before Congress recesses.
With only two weeks left on the legislative calendar, congressional insiders say that a new Iran sanctions measure currently under consideration by the Senate is all but dead in the water.
Senate Democratic leaders appear poised to give in to White House demands that no new sanctions be imposed on Iran for the rest of the year and likely through most of 2014.
The two key avenues that senators could use to push through new sanctions—the Senate Banking Committee and the annual defense authorization bill—appear to have been shut down by the White House’s Democratic allies.