Oddly enough Obama didn’t go around explaining that when he meant that an Iranian nuclear program was unacceptable, what he actually meant was that uranium enrichment was completely acceptable… before he actually made that disastrous deal.

Alluding to the view of Netanyahu and a number of lawmakers in Congress, Obama said, “what this comes up down to is the perception that if we kept churning up the pressure, new sanctions, more sanctions, more military threats etc, that eventually Iran would cave.”

Instead, Obama said, that would likely drive away allies who have helped keep up the pressure on Iran through U.S.-led sanctions.

So those sanctions don’t work, except when they do work. They work at getting a meaningless agreement through. But not a meaningful one. Is there anything sanctions can’t do? Just ask Kim Jong Il and Bill Clinton.

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