It’s not too late for the Senate to stop the President’s dangerous Iran deal from becoming U.S. law. Here’s how to follow the Constitution.

Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

ConstitutionIt’s late, but not too late, for the Senate to stop President Obama’s dangerous Iran dealfrom becoming U.S. law and putting the American people and our Arab and Israeli allies in grave danger jeopardy from an Iranian nuclear weapons program.

Please read this column — and the attached column by National Review’s Andrew McCarthy — and send them to your Members of Congress, particularly to your Senators.

Please also send them to each of the Presidential candidates. We need them to read these analyses, absorb them, and act decisively to block implementation of the Iran deal.

First, some context.

Last week, I explained in this column that President Obama is doing an end-run around the U.S. Constitution. He is refusing to submit his Iran nuclear deal to the Senate as a formal foreign treaty, even though he is required to do so by the Constitution.

Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution plainly states: “The…

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