Your recent editorial on the U.S.-Iran nuclear talks is another indication that the liberal media does not understand that negotiating with Iran from the position of weakness is a disaster ("Negotiating with Iran," April 3).
If this framework agreement with Iran is such a great deal why is President Barack Obama reluctant to go to Congress with the results? The reason is simple. It is a lousy framework.
Since there's not even a written accord yet, Iran's negotiators can have a completely different understanding than the U.S. of what's been agreed to.
One cannot trust the mullahs in Iran nor can we Americans trust President Obama for his many lies to the American people. This includes, but is not limited to, the scandals of Fast and Furious, Benghazi and the IRS.
What little information we have learned about the framework is that Iran has refuses to send weapons-grade uranium to Russia, international inspectors can't do a surprise inspections of the Iranian nuclear facilities, Iran's nuclear program will continue and so will their development of ICBMs that can carry a nuclear payload.
Under this framework Iran can continue their nuclear weapons program after 10 to15 years. I thought the president said many times that Iran can never have nuclear weapons but now he is saying it could have them at some time in the future.
Iran is a destabilizing force in the region. It has called for the destruction of Israel and one day will be a threat to the U.S. These are the evil mullahs whom President Obama wants to negotiate with. For the sake of his legacy the president wants to do any kind of deal with Iran, even if it is a very bad one.
President Obama wants to weaken our position in the world and to a large extent he has succeeded. He has turned our back on our allies and encouraged our enemies. Our enemies do not fear us or respect us. His actions are those of the worst president in my lifetime.