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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Constituent faults Congressman Hill's geography on nuclear deal

Posted By on Tue, Sep 15, 2015 at 7:29 AM

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A correspondent shares the form response he received from U.S. Rep. French Hill on his objections to the Iran nuclear deal. I've excerpted a paragraph below the image of the congressman's letterhead.

Hill put the negotiations in "Vienna, Switzerland." 

We all make silly mistakes. But my correspondent says he raised a larger issue in reporting this mistake to Hill's office:

If President Obama has failed to send the text of the Iran agreement, how can the Congressman say the following:

"This deal is inherently flawed. It does not meet the President's own objectives...."?

The short answer is that no Republican in Congress, particularly one from Arkansas, needs to provide facts before criticizing anything President Barack Obama has done — in Austria, Switzerland or wherever,

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