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Senators votes on Iran reek of collusion

What just happened in Maryland is a good example of the kind of shifty politics we see in Congress today ("Cardin to oppose Iran nuclear deal," Sept. 4).

When Sen. Barbara Mikulski said she was going to vote for the Iran nuclear deal Sen. Ben Cardin immediately announced he would vote against it. This reeks of collusion.

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There is no way Senator Cardin would vote against President Obama. He has never voted against Mr. Obama in the past and it is unlikely he would do so now unless he needed the voters in the next election.

As far as I am concerned, Mr. Cardin should be reprimanded by the Senate for his. It's easy to see why people don't get out and vote when this kind of behavior happens.

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Why not put the nuclear deal to the voters? From what I am hearing, 70 percent of the country doesn't want to deal with an Iranian government that is so untrustworthy.

As for myself, I have a hard time believing President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are really telling us the truth.

John Thompson, Joppa

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