Screen Shot 2015-04-03 at 6.48.37 PMWe know that Obama thinks he is next to God.

His hubris is unmatched, and his ego has driven America to a breaking point.

For a few weeks now the Obama administration and Iran have been in negotiations concerning how Iran is to proceed with their nuclear capabilities.

Iran is known to be duplicitous, self-serving, and an avowed enemy to Israel, so it’s safe to say that in any negotiations they are going to come to the table with their fingers crossed behind their back.

They want what they want, and they’re using diplomacy to get what they desire.

Now whether it’s because out of the goodness of his heart, or because of other ulterior motives, Obama has given Iran the benefit of the doubt and the recently confirmed deal that was reached gives Iran firm footing to achieve their goals.

Of course, Obama is quite proud of the deal. And even though he claims it was “tough cobbling it out with Iranian leaders,” it really comes down to the fact Iran got what they wanted, and Obama helped.

But just because Obama’s happy with the deal doesn’t mean everyone is, even those in his own party.

Many are able to see through Obama’s slight of hand and are calling him out.

Both Reps. Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.) and Ted Deutch (D-Fla.) are gravely concerned that the terms of the deal are far too open and believe it leaves too much room for the Iranians to do as they please.

In a statement, Deutch, who is the ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs subpanel on the Middle East, said:

“I greet any deal with Iran with great skepticism given its deceptive history and ongoing destabilizing and dangerous activities… I remain deeply concerned as to how a number of issues have been addressed in the framework and may be addressed in a final agreement.”

In particular, Deutch pointed to a provision in the agreement that allowed “a nuclear facility at Arak to continue processing and another in Fordo to remain open so long as it’s no longer used for uranium enrichment purposes.”

And then Lowey, who serves on the House Appropriations Committee and its Subcommittee on State and Foreign Operations as the senior-most Democrat, said this in a statement:

“While the framework laid out by President Obama and Secretary Kerry has positive aspects, far too many details remain undetermined to ensure Congress and the American people that we are on track to permanently and verifiably prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.”

Furthermore, she warned that even though Kerry worked to get the deal finalized, there’s no way he’s going to be able to get congress to jump on board and say it’s a fine deal.

The truth is Iran is a nation of Islamic radicals who are eagerly anticipating the return of their long awaited Imam who will lead them into a glorious reign.

Anything the United States does to enable their further nuclear progress can almost be seen as compliance to helping them achieve such a mission.

There are still evil empires on this planet, and if the President is too blind to see it (or too smug to admit he knows), then we’re going to be the ones to pay the consequences.