Let's call it like it is: The deal with Iran currently being touted by the Obama Administration is a sellout.
It's a deal that places our most valued ally -- and indeed, the whole world -- in peril.
And Israel is right to call this deal "an historic mistake" and to tag it "deceptive" and "deceitful" because that's exactly what it is.
Just as "deals" with North Korea led to the emergence of a menacing new nuclear power in one of the most dangerous areas of the world, so now deals with Iran have the same ominous potential.
The Obama Administration and its preachy, spineless Secretary of State John Kerry are leading us in the wrong direction: A weak, cowering America that's telling the world's outlaws to "go ahead, do as you please."
Republicans in Congress should seek more and tougher sections against Iran, not fewer and weaker sanctions. If that imperils the deal, so be it.
Clearly, Barack Obama is placing our nation and the world in greater danger and while Kerry takes on the role of an effete, modern-day Neville Chamberlain, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is busy chopping away our US military capability.
Misguided "leaders." Bad strategy. Bad deals. Bad time. Bad place.