Posts Tagged ‘ nuclear weapons ’

Huckabee In Jerusalem: Jewish Land, Not ‘Occupied Territory’

Aug 28th, 2015 | By

“I want to note the remarkable relations between Israel and the United States, but I also want to note on this awful deal – not only for Israel but also for America,” he emphasized. “This is a regime that promotes terror in the Middle East,” he said of Iran. “I’m happy that Senator (Robert) Menendez joined us in protesting the deal. We all need to be worried by the agreement.”



Watch Mike Huckabee On ‘Face The Nation’

Aug 3rd, 2015 | By

GING-PAC endorsed presidential candidate Mike Huckabee appeared on “Face The Nation” yesterday afternoon to discuss Obama’s Iranian surrender deal, his defense of Israel, and the upcoming GOP presidential debate on Fox this coming Thursday evening.



Sen. Cotton, Pompeo Call On Secretary Kerry To Brief Congress On Side Deals To Iran Nuclear Deal

Jul 28th, 2015 | By

Last Friday, Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) and Congressman Mike Pompeo (R-KS) sent a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry, accepting the offer that Kerry made to Pompeo to brief Congress on the complete contents of the two secret side agreements to the Iran nuclear deal, which the two Republican lawmakers learned of while meeting with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna last weekend.



Sen. Joni Ernst Issues Statement On Obama’s Iran Nuclear Deal

Jul 16th, 2015 | By

“Iran’s quarter century effort to obtain a nuclear weapon and long-standing support for terrorism will not subside overnight. We also cannot trust that Iran is complying with limitations on their nuclear program without stronger inspections. It is paramount that we are able to verify and enforce every aspect of Iranian compliance in order to confront and contain their nuclear ambitions.”



Sen. Cotton Statement On The Announcement Of A Nuclear Deal With Iran

Jul 14th, 2015 | By

“The deal announced by President Obama today is a grievous, dangerous mistake. It will give Iran tens of billions of dollars to finance its sponsorship of terrorism against the United States and our allies. It will lift embargoes on conventional weapons and ballistic-missile sales to Iran. And, ultimately, it will pave the way for Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. If this deal is approved, it will represent a historic defeat for the United States.



Senator Sasse Urges Release Of Americans Held In Iran

May 13th, 2015 | By
Nebraska Senate candidate Ben Sasse and GING-PAC chairman William J. Murray discuss the November, 2014 general election during a meeting in Washington, DC

“Instead of making dangerous concessions to the world’s largest state sponsor of terror, the administration should champion freedom of the press, defend freedom of religion, and work toward the immediate release of our fellow Americans. Washington is too easily consumed with partisan fights and political legacy but we cannot forget these Americans and their families.”



Congressman Forbes Slams Obama’s Iranian Deal

Apr 21st, 2015 | By

Virginia Congressman Randy Forbes (R) appeared with Lou Dobbs last week to discuss what the Republican majority in Congress wants to do about Obama’s destructive nuclear weapons deal with Iran.



Senator Tom Cotton Statement Hits Obama’s Iran Nuclear ‘Deal’

Apr 3rd, 2015 | By

“There is no nuclear deal or framework with Iran; there is only a list of dangerous U.S. concessions that will put Iran on the path to nuclear weapons. Iran will keep a stockpile of enriched uranium and thousands of centrifuges—including centrifuges at a fortified, underground military bunker at Fordow. Iran will also modernize its plutonium reactor at Arak. Iran won’t have to disclose the past military dimensions of its nuclear program, despite longstanding UN demands.



Sen. Cruz: Obama Administration’s Iran Deal Is Only Getting Worse

Apr 2nd, 2015 | By

“The longer the Obama Administration stays at the negotiating table with Iran, the more concessions they make,” said Sen. Cruz. “We have recently learned Tehran is insisting on sanctions relief before IAEA inspectors are given full access to inspect potential military elements of the nuclear program; that Tehran will continue enrichment activities at military facilities; and that Tehran plans to retain its entire nuclear stockpile rather than relinquish any of it to outside countries.



Senator Thune Critical Of Obama’s Iran Nuclear Deal

Apr 1st, 2015 | By

South Dakota Senator John Thune appeared on “Fox And Friends” to discuss Obama’s effort to get any sort of deal with Iran over its plans to build a nuclear bomb that could threaten the entire world. Thune was critical of Obama for failing to include Congress in any of the negotiations and said that Iran can’t be trusted anyway – no matter what kind of deal Obama gets from them.