Monday, June 22, 2015

An American "Czar" for the Iran Nuke Deal?

Obama and his minions are weighing the possibility of naming one:
The Obama administration is considering appointing a “czar”-like official to oversee the enforcement of a nuclear deal with Iran, one of several options it is weighing to ensure the still-unfinished accord doesn’t unravel, according to sources familiar with the discussions. 
It’s an idea that some argue is smart — even crucial — because of the multiple agencies, countries and international bodies that will be involved in the deal. People familiar with an earlier nuclear agreement with North Korea say having had such a position then would have helped, at least for a while, keep that doomed deal on track. 
“It’s a sensible idea,” said Robert Einhorn, who served as assistant secretary of state for nonproliferation during the Clinton administration. “Call it a czar, call it a special representative, whatever it is. Call it coordinator for implementation or something like that.”
Call it blatantly idiotic and incredibly deranged, more like.

For that matter, call it irresponsible, unreliable and throw in unpredictable, tooif you think an Obama yes-man could do anything to thwart Iran's mania for nukes.

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