Caricature of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
What can you expect from the usual suspects?
The "usual suspects" in this instance are headed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, many Republican members of Congress and a few Democrats who have expressed their reactions over the deal reached with Iran that has them suspending and severely limiting most of their nuclear development program for 6 months while receiving a slight reduction in the severe economic sanctions placed on them.
Netanyahu denounced it as a "bad deal" and a "historic mistake". Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark. who is making a run for the Senate, equivocated the deal with Neville Chamberlain's appeasement of Hitler in 1936. Thank you Tom for those words of insight, not.
But again, none of these reactions were unexpected. Saudi Arabia hasn't weighed in as this is being written but surely will condemn the deal.