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U.S. admits Iran will get $20 billion - Atlas Shrugs
Obama's treachery was worse than we imagined. And Obama is laughing all the way to the bomb. Obama's plan allowed Iran to keep enriching uranium, spinning their centrifuges, and building advanced new centrifuges, without having to dismantle a single centrifuge. Nineteen thousand centrifuges. Last week, Iran announced it had developed ballistic missile technology, which could eventually allow it to fire a nuclear payload over great distances. And the quisling in the White House paid 20 billion in jizya: Israeli officials: U.S. admits Iran will get $20 billion from sanctions relief By Amos Harel | Haaretz Dec. 11, 2013 (thanks to Banafsheh Zand) U.S. officials admit to Israeli colleagues that they greatly underestimated the economic benefits Tehran would reap from Geneva accord. Senior officials in the administration of President Barack Obama have conceded over the past few days in conversations with colleagues in Israel that the value of the economic sanctions relief to Iran could be much higher than originall ...
Oregon signs up just 44 people for Obamacare despite spending $300 million | WashingtonExaminer.com
Oregon, once touted as a model for President Obama's health care law, signed up just 44 people for insurance through November, despite spending more than $300 million on its state-based exchange.
The state’s exchange had the fewest sign-ups in the nation, according to a new report today by the Department of Health and Human Services.
The weak number of sign-ups undercuts two major defenses of Obamacare from its supporters.
One defense was that state-based exchanges were performing a lot better than the federal healthcare.gov website servicing 36 states. But Oregon's website problems have forced the state to rely on paper applications to sign up participants.
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