If we cave on every Iranian demand and sign a fantasy nuclear deal based on mutual pretending, it would be counter-productive to have a process that can reveal too easily that this is a fantasy agreement.
So we've unleashed our diplomats to take care of that potential problem:
"We have worked out a process that we believe will ensure that the IAEA has the access it needs," the administration official told reporters.
"The entry point isn't we must be able to get into every military site, because the United States of America wouldn't allow anybody to get into every military site, so that's not appropriate," the official said.
Got that? Since we wouldn't let Iranian nutballs into any of our nuclear facilities with no notice, it would be totally unfair to insist that we can visit any facility at any time to make sure the nutballs are obeying the deal.
So we've established the Schultz Doctrine to make sure we can't discover Iranian violations of even a weak deal:
I think that is actual video of a State Department undersecretary of nuance, or something, after Iran committed an act of war against us in 2011.
Have s super sparkly day.