A dozen years ago, Jed Babbin said on MSNBC: "Going to war without France is like going deer hunting without an accordion."
Now we're the Myron Floren of the international deer hunt.
From the Jerusalem Post:
Steinitz to Paris as cracks appear between France and Washington over Iran deal
Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz headed to Paris Sunday afternoon, as differences emerged over the weekend between France and the US over the negotiating strategy with Iran.
"This is an effort to prevent a (nuclear) deal that is bad and full of loopholes, or at least ... to succeed in closing or amending some of these loopholes," Steinitz told Israel radio. He is being accompanied by National Security Council head Yossi Cohen, and several other intelligence officials.
Steinitz said he may go to other European capitals as well.
At one point during the latest negotiations, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius phoned his team to ensure that it made no more concessions, officials at the talks said last week. And on Saturday Fabius said France wants an agreement that would guarantee that Iran could not produce a nuclear weapon.
Israel's ambassador to the US Ron Dermer said on NBC's Meet the Press Sunday that a bad Iran deal is one with a “short breakout time.”
“Right now they're talking about a year breakout time,” he said. “That leaves Iran with a vast nuclear infrastructure in place. That breakout time has to be much longer.”Western Civilization can no longer rely on the United States of America.
I hope Obama's daughters never have to pay for the damage her father caused.