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Iran can't be trusted

Some of us out here in the real world are actually glad there are 47 senators in Congress who are more concerned with the future safety of our country than with whether the current White House occupant gets his way ("The GOP's poison pen note," March 10).

The trouble is that President Barack Obama says one thing but then does something else. Who can trust anything he says?

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Like the "red line" he said Syria wouldn't be allowed to cross, a good deal with Iran may be just one of any number of promises he has made that never materialized.

Does anyone in the current administration realize that Iran's main goal is the annihilation of the Jews, a plan so outrageous that no sane person could condone it?

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The mullahs who are running Iran are not reasonable people. How can we pretend to believe that anything they offer in the way of negotiations can be believed?

To them, we are the "infidels," so they can lie to us with impunity. And after the Jews, who do you think they will try to either convert or kill? Us!

So I don't believe that any deal Mr. Obama makes with Iran will be in our best interest. People with a better grasp of the ultimate goals of Iran and countries like it should put their heads together and come up with a plan to protect and defend the United States from a country that wants to annihilate us all.

Diane Anderson, Freeland

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