History will long remember the results of Mr. Obama and Mr. Kerry's pact with Iran. It will, in all likelihood, survive after the President vetoes the opposition bill. The Democrats will unwisely line up behind their leader and help him preserve what he sees as his legacy, when they should be protecting the United States and preserving peace in the world.
They will be long remembered, as Judas has been long remembered. Mr. Obama may get a temporary legacy. Mr. Kerry may get his Nobel Peace Prize. The members of Congress who support them won't even get their thirty pieces of silver.
Americans don't want this "agreement". They understand that we get nothing and that Iran becomes a very rich nuclear power. A nuclear power who is the largest supporter of terrorism in the world. A nuclear power run by a bunch of mad Mullahs who yearn for Armageddon.
Mr. Obama and Mr. Kerry have just handed these mad Mullahs the keys to the destruction of Israel. While Mr. Obama gave us his usual straw man, "agreement" or war, he has actually greased the long slow slide into war by kicking the can down the road. There are so many alternatives to war. But that is a place that our President chose not to go.
Yes Mr. Obama, you will be out of office by the time this ticking time bomb, that you have created, blows up. But history will long remember your name. And not in a good way. You may have a legacy that lasts five or ten or even fifteen years. But that is when history is just starting. That is what makes the difference between historians and reporters, real historians seek truth regardless of ideology.
You have made yourself today's version of Neville Chamberlain with your ill conceived ideas. What you bring to us may be so much worse.