#BogusBibi Memes

For detailed information on each of these bogus arguments against the current Iran diplomacy, go HERE

1_More_Sanctions

Additional sanctions and credible threats of military action can secure a better deal with Iran than current negotiations.

2_Zero_Enrichment

The only good deal with Iran is one that leaves Iran with zero enrichment capacity.

3_Mullahs

Any deal with Iran is a bad deal, because the mullahs can’t be trusted.

4_Terrorism

It would be wrong to make any nuclear deal with Iran unless that deal also held Iran accountable for its support for terrorism and extremism, in the region and beyond.

5_Human_Rights

It would be wrong to make any nuclear deal with Iran unless that deal also held Iran accountable for its terrible record with respect to human rights and civil liberties inside Iran.

6_Regime

A deal with Iran over its nuclear program will only strengthen and enrich an odious, extremist regime, and in doing so increase the threat of extremists everywhere.

7_Breakout_time

One-year “breakout” time for Iran to become a nuclear state is way too short. If Iran decides to dash to get a bomb, it will already be too late.

8_Sneakout

The real issue isn’t “breakout” but “sneak-out.”  It doesn’t matter how many limits or safeguards you put into place – Iran will cheat and we will wake up one day to find Iran armed with nuclear bombs.

9_Centrifuges

The current negotiations are leaving in place too many Iranian centrifuges.  The more centrifuges left spinning, the greater the threat Iran poses.

Threat_to_the_world

A nuclear deal with Iran will leave Iran as a threat to the world and an existential threat to Israel, will sell out our allies in the Gulf, and will fuel a nuclear arms race in the region.

11_Sunsets

A deal that “sunsets” after 10 or 15 years is no good – it just means that Iran will wait and ready itself and then go nuclear the minute a deal ends.

For detailed information on each of these bogus arguments against the current Iran diplomacy, go HERE

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