“Prime Minister Netanyahu basically said that the only acceptable deal was a perfect deal, or an ideal deal,” [U.S. Representative] Yarmuth said. “It’s like the child that says, I want to go to Disneyland every day, eat ice cream and drink Coca-Cola every day, and not go to school.”
I certainly hope that Representative Yarmuth has a key position on the Committee on Nothing of Importance, because what Netanyahu really wants is for Israel not to be nuked by Iran.
And a less than perfect nuclear deal might actually lead to that outcome. What a spoiled brat, eh?
Somebody needs some schooling on Iran. And the man who didn't go to Congress that day to get the lesson isn't Netanyahu.