Mixed signals on Iran nuclear deal

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GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – We got another nuke lover, and no, it’s not North Korea’s  Li’l Kim and his Beastly Boyz. It’s Iran.

The country met with diplomats from the U.S., U.K., France, Russia, China and Germany for round three of talks to ditch its nuclear program.

“I believe we must do everything possible to stop Iran from getting nuclear weapons capability which would threaten Israel and the national security of our great country,” said Sen. Harry Reid, (D) Majority Leader.

Yeah, but Iran’s got a different point of view. The country says its nuclear program is for everyday use like generating electricity, and all it wants is some economic freedom back.

So, if that’s true, why is it six against one?