Aside from Israel, there’s another country standing up to Obama’s rush to deal with Iran…

There’s a powerful Western country that’s coming to the aid of Israel in countering Obama’s mad dash to give Iran nukes, and it might surprise you to find out who it is.

Yeah it’s those cheese-eating surrender monkeys in France.

From the Wall Street Journal:

France is again adopting the toughest line against Iran in negotiations aimed at curbing Tehran’s nuclear program, potentially placing Paris at odds with the Obama administration as a diplomatic deadline to forge an agreement approaches at month-end.

President Barack Obama called French President François Hollande on Friday to discuss the Iran diplomacy and try to unify their positions. The presidents “reaffirmed their commitment” to a deal “while noting that Iran must take steps to resolve several remaining issues,” the White House said.

French diplomats have been publicly pressing the U.S. and other world powers not to give ground on key elements—particularly the speed of lifting U.N. sanctions and the pledge to constrain Iran’s nuclear research work—ahead of the March 31 target.



If you’ll remember, it was France who took the lead in the coalition to topple Qaddafi, and they also lead the attack on al-Qaeda in Mali. what’s gotten into those frogs?!

Listen to this:

Paris also appears to be operating on a different diplomatic clock than Washington, arguing that the date is an “artificial” deadline and that global powers should be willing to wait Tehran out for a better deal if necessary.

Waiting for a better deal? It’s almost like France took Netanyahu’s speech seriously and are quoting it!

Frog officials also say they want greater assurances that Iran’s current nuke capabilities are disclosed. Expect Obama to order a military attack on France for “insulting” the one true god of liberalism.

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