List of Obama’s lies and Iranian fact sheet that completely contradicts White House

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When asked about the post-Iran contretemps, I said repeatedly on a number of radio shows this week that if I had to choose who was the bigger liar, Obama or Khameni, there was no contest — Obama.

Obama is a liar. Pathological. Is there anything he hasn’t lied about?

You can keep your doctor.

The Benghazi  attack was the fault of a  YouTube video.

There was no stand down order.

Islam is peace.

Obama on IRS Scandal: “Not Even A Smidgen Of Corruption”

“My position hasn’t changed” on using executive authority to address immigration issues.

Says his comment about extremists being a JV team “wasn’t specifically referring to” the Islamic State.

Afghanistan is the good war.

The “most realistic estimates” for jobs created by Keystone XL are “maybe 2,000 jobs during the construction of the pipeline.”

“My father served in World War II”

“No more Illegal Wire Tapping of American Citizens”

“Throughout, we have kept Congress fully informed of our efforts” to create a legal framework on counterterrorism.

“Over the last four years, the deficit has gone up, but 90 percent of that is as a consequence of” President George W. Bush’s policies and the recession. (Fast and Furious began in 2009,)

“The only time government employment has gone down during a recession has been under me.”

He is a pathological liar. The Iranians may scam the talks in order to buy time to build their nuclear arsenal, but Obama is the liar.

So I ask you, who do you believe?

EXCLUSIVE: Iranian Parliament Releases “Factsheet” for Revision of Lausanne

Statement

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940126001122

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TEHRAN (FNA – Fars News Agency)- The Iranian parliament’s Nuclear Committee

on Wednesday released a factsheet to declare the revisions needed to be made

in the Lausanne statement that was issued by Tehran and the world powers as

a framework understanding at the end of their nuclear talks in Switzerland

earlier this month.

The factsheet which was presented by Head of the Nuclear Committee Ebrahim

Karkhaneyee on Wednesday stresses the necessity for respecting the redlines

and guidelines specified by Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution

Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, making Iran’s decisions and undertakings

reversible to enable the country to resume its nuclear operations in case of

the other side’s non-commitment to its undertakings, and immediate

termination of all sanctions in a single step and on the first day of the

implementation of the final agreement.

The factsheet also necessitates commitment of both sides to their

undertakings based on the Geneva agreement, a fair and reasonable balance

between the gives and takes, taking good care not to impair the country’s

security and military boundaries and national interests, providing 190,000

SWUs (Separative Work Units) of nuclear fuel enrichment capability needed by

Iran to produce fuel for the Bushehr nuclear power plant immediately after

the end of contract with Russia, safeguarding the nuclear achievements,

actual operation of all nuclear facilities of Iran not in words, but in

action, continued Research and Development (R&D) works and scientific and

technological progress in Iran and immediate application of R&D findings in

the country’s industrial-scale uranium enrichment cycle.

The factsheet urges operation of 10,000 centrifuge machines at Natanz and

Fordo, a maximum 5-year-long duration for the deal and for Iran’s nuclear

limitations, replacement of the current centrifuges with the latest

generation of home-made centrifuge machines at the end of the five-year

period.

Enrichment Program:

The period for the Join Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) should be

limited to five years, in which about 10,000 active centrifuges operating at

Natanz and Fordo now will continue nuclear fuel production by enriching

uranium below the 5% grade.

The UF6 enriched reserves which are under the supervision of the

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) should be kept at Fordo nuclear

plant and will be turned into nuclear fuel complex based on the existing

capabilities.

During the five-year period, the Islamic Republic of Iran will continue to

keep the excess centrifuges installed at Natanz and Fordo or will gradually

dismantle them, and at the end of the 5-year period, it will replace all the

existing centrifuges, including the active or inactive ones, with the new

generation of (IR-N) centrifuge machines with the help of the new spaces and

infrastructures which will have been already prepared and will use them

without any limitation.

Justification:

Based on the Geneva agreement, the period for the final step should merely

include a single period which has been considered as to be five years in the

present factsheet. But in the Lausanne statement, different periods of 10,

20, 25 years and higher have been considered.

Given the Geneva agreement, the amount of enrichment should be specified

based on the country’s practical needs and the number of 10,000 centrifuges

has also been specified on this basis.

The 5-year period in this factsheet has been has been specified with respect

to the date when Iran’s nuclear fuel contract with Russia for the Bushehr

nuclear power plant will end; hence, the rules and limitations for the

components of the enrichment cycle should be set in such a way that the

Islamic Republic of Iran will be able to supply the fuel needed for the

power plant after the end of the contract with Russia.

Operation of 10,000 centrifuges and developing and having a 10-ton enriched

uranium stockpile will enable the Islamic Republic of Iran to supply the

fuel needed for the Bushehr power plant in the year when the fuel supply

contract with Russia (28-30 tons) ends.

Fordo installations:

Fordo nuclear facility will remain an enrichment and nuclear Research and

Development (R&D) center. 4 enrichment cascades with 656 centrifuges will

continue operation and production of fuel for purity levels lower than 5% by

maintaining the current chain arrangements.

If the country would need 20%-degree (enriched) uranium, the nuclear fuel

production line for purity levels lower than 5% will be altered to enrich

uranium to the 20%-grade after connecting the centrifuge cascades to each

other again.

Justification:

Based on the above, Fordo will remain an actual and active center, and the

Islamic Republic of Iran will maintain its capability to reverse its

decision and restore the 20%-grade enrichment.

Research and Development (R&D):

In a bid to use R&D findings in the country’s industrial-scale enrichment

chain, R&D should be planned in a way that the necessary possibilities and

infrastructures will be provided for replacing the first generation of

centrifuges with the latest generation of centrifuge machines (IR-N) when

the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action comes to an end after 5 years.

The R&D program should undergo no limitation before it comes into use for

industrial-scale operation.

Justification:

Accordingly, the advanced centrifuges will enter the chain of nuclear fuel

production without any restriction at the end of the 5-year deal.

Arak Heavy Water Reactor:

Given the Group 5+1 countries’ mere concern about the plutonium existing in

the spent nuclear fuel (SNF) of the Arak 40-MW heavy water reactor, the fuel

used by the reactor will be sent abroad.

The G5+1 states will be committed to cooperate and take the necessary

measures for relevant international licensing and permissions.

Justification:

Given the SNF export abroad, the insistence of the G5+1, specially the US,

on redesigning the said reactor is merely a pretext and doesn’t have any

scientific rationale.

What is more important than the heavy water nature of Arak reactor is the

core of the reactor which is due to be taken out and then be redesigned and

renovated. Such a move is irreversible in nature, and thus means crossing

the specified redlines.

Supervision and Inspection:

Supervision and inspections of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s nuclear

program should be carried out within the framework of the the

Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) safeguards agreements.

Justification:

Once done, the principle stated by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic

Revolution – that security and military sanctities and boundaries shouldn’t

be violated and that the inspections should be carried out at conventional

levels similar to all other countries – will be respected and materialized.

Given the Islamic Republic of Iran’s opposition to the world arrogance,

endorsing and implementing the Additional Protocol will provide the world

arrogance (a term normally used for the US and its western allies) with

legal grounds to stage their preplanned plots against the Islamic Republic

of Iran.

Sanctions:

Concurrently with the start of the JCPOA, all the US and EU sanctions will

be terminated and Iran will start fulfilling its undertakings based on the

verification of the IAEA.

The UN Security Council sanctions resolution against Iran will be annulled

and all nuclear-related sanctions will be terminated and the Islamic

Republic of Iran’s case will be normalized.

The G5+1 countries, the EU and the UNSC will avoid imposition of new

nuclear-related sanctions against Iran.

Justification:

By terminating all sanctions in a single step right at the start of the

implementation of the final comprehensive agreement, the Supreme Leader’s

statement that termination of sanctions is part of the agreement and not its

result will be materialized.

Based on the Geneva agreement, after the implementation of the JCPOA, all

UNSC, US and EU sanctions should be terminated and no new (UNSC) resolution

would be needed in this regard; Hence, terminating the UNSC sanctions will

close the case and no new resolution which would pave the ground for new

plots will be issued.

International cooperation:

The Islamic Republic of Iran’s nuclear cooperation with the world states,

including the G5+1 members, in areas of building nuclear power plants,

research reactors, nuclear fuel production, nuclear safety medicine and

nuclear agriculture, etc. will be possible and will improve. Based on the

JCPOA, Iran will be provided with access to the global market, trade and

finance and technical know-how and energy.

Reversibility:

In case of the two sides’ non-commitment to their undertakings, there will

be a possibility for reversing all measures.

Justification:

Based on the aforementioned proposal, the Islamic Republic of Iran will be

provided with reversible measures at the lowest level of damage and,

therefore, the G5+1’s commitment to its undertakings will be in fair balance

(with those of Iran).

Duration of the JCPOA:

After the end of the five-year period and the JCPOA exercise, all

restrictions will be lifted and based on the Geneva agreement, the case with

the Islamic Republic of Iran’s nuclear program will be similar to that of

the other NPT member states.

The Iranian Parliament factsheet for a revision to the Lausanne agreement

came after the US released a factsheet different from the joint statement

issued by Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Federica

Mogherini, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs

and head of the G5+1 in nuclear talks with Iran, at the end of the latest

round of Iran-world powers nuclear talks in Switzerland on April 2, known as

the Lausanne statement.

The US factsheet that was released only a few hours after the Lausanne

framework understanding caused fury in Iran, encouraging many to raise deep

doubt about the results of the talks and US accountability and

trustworthiness.

In only a few weeks, a bipartisan bill was also presented to the Congress

for vote that would give the US legislature oversight of a final deal, a

move seen by many across the globe, including both Iran and the US, as

furthering impediments to the endorsement of a final deal between Iran and

the sextet.

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Senator Bob Corker, who wrote

the bill, said the White House had agreed to go along with the bill only

after it was clear there was strong Democratic support. The legislation was

passed unanimously by the committee and is expected to pass the full Senate

and then the House of Representatives.

“That change occurred only when they saw how many senators were going to

vote for this,” Corker said.

Bipartisan support for the bill had grown in recent weeks to near the 67

votes needed to override any presidential veto. But senators from Obama’s

Democratic Party did succeed in adding amendments to water down the bill,

making it more palatable to the White House.

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CHIPOTLE-GATE: MSM DEVOURS HILLARY’S BURRITO BOWL, PASSES ON EMAIL SCANDAL

https://youtu.be/J9kkkw6LYj0

Lapdog press ignores major corruption in favor of Hillary’s lunch

The former First Lady’s routine lunch stop at a Chipotle restaurant in Ohio seemingly garnered more media scrutiny than her use of a private e-mail account for official government business, a testament to the mainstream media’s waning relevance.

On Monday, the former Secretary of State’s “Scooby Van” stopped at a Chipotle chain store in Maumee where the democrat presidential candidate picked up an apparently newsworthy burrito bowl.

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CNN scrambled to provide up-to-the-minute coverage on the mundane details of her outing, while wondering why she didn’t go to McDonald’s instead.

The New York Times speculated if Hillary’s “Above Average” order was “like the normal Chipotle meals of everday Americans,” or if it was “polarizing.”

But it was The New York Daily News that went beyond the call of duty by phoning the store’s manager for precise details, down to the flavor of her drink:

General manager Charles Wright told the Daily News that Clinton was in his restaurant at about 1:20 p.m., ordering a chicken burrito bowl with guacamole, a chicken salad, and a blackberry Izze soft drink.

The Washington Examiner provided a comprehensive list of the “Reporters Fascinated by Hillary Clinton’s burrito run”:

Is it possible to write an entire news story about a former New York senator’s decision to order a burrito bowl?

For reporters at the New York Times, Mashable, Business Insider, the Jerusalem Post, the Washington Post, the New York Post, Time, Breitbart, BuzzFeed, the New York Daily News, the Tampa Bay Times, the Daily Mail, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, USA Today and New York magazine, the answer is “yes.”

Watch how a horde of reporters ran after the Clinton van when it merely drove by:

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Contrastingly, TMZ – an entertainment news outlet primarily specializing in Justin Bieber-esque stories – was one of the only outlets that attempted to question Clinton on her scandal last month.

In March, it was revealed Clinton had used a private email server during her time as secretary of state for official classified State Dept. business related to national security, in violation of the Federal Records Act.

Numerous experts from across the spectrum also voiced concerns that the private server also placed classified State Department information at risk.

“While one hopes that there was at least some attempt to better secure her personal account by government security experts, it’s still almost certainly less secure,” noted Tech Dirt‘s Mike Masnick. “Given how much sensitive information the Secretary of State has to deal with, it seems inexcusable that she was allowed to conduct official business via her personal account.”

It later emerged Clinton had also made the decision last October to permanently delete all her emails, prompting Rep. Trey Gowdy to request a deeper investigation into her deletion of public records.

Had the media’s coverage of Hillary’s email scandal reached Chipotle-level last month, news outlets would likely have had something better to “taco ’bout” amid her presidential campaign announcement.

The greatest Obama joke ever

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Here’s one the greatest and funniest joke about president Obama!

-Rob: “Did you hear about the Obama administration scandal?

Tony: “You mean the Mexican gun running?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “You mean SEAL Team 6?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “You mean the State Dept. lying about Benghazi?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “You mean voter fraud?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “You mean the military not getting their votes counted?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “The NSA monitoring our phone calls, emails and everything else?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “You mean the of drones in our own country without the benefit of the law?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “Giving 123 Technologies $300 Million and right after it declared bankruptcy and was sold to the Chinese?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “You mean the president arming the Muslim Brotherhood?”

-Rob: “No the other one:.

Tony: “The IRS targeting conservatives?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “The DOJ spying on the press?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “Sebelius shaking down health insurance executives?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “Giving SOLYNDRA $500 MILLION DOLLARS and 3 months later they declared bankruptcy and then the Chinese bought it?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “The NSA monitoring our phone calls, emails and everything else?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “The president’s ordering the release of nearly 10,000 illegal immigrants from jails and prisons, and falsely blaming the sequester?”

-Rob: “No, the other one.”

Tony: “I give up! … Oh wait, I think I got it! You mean that 65 million low-information voters who don’t pay taxes and get free stuff from taxpayers and stuck us again with the most pandering, corrupt administration in American history?”

-Rob: “THAT’S THE ONE!”

Sadly, these are not jokes!