Friday, August 14, 2015 Seen it yet?

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The U.S. + Five world powers have reached a deal with Iran to stop its potential path to a nuclear weapon. The deal   is supported by over 60 nuclear security experts, more than 100 American ambassadors, 75% of Democrats, and 54% of all Americans. But the architects of the Iraq War are fighting to kill   the deal. John Bolton says, 'Preemptive military action is now inescapable' and Bill Kristol says, 'Airstrikes to set back   the Iranian nuclear weapons program are preferable to this deal.' Opponents are pressuring Congress by spending over $40   million to put the U.S. on a path to war with Iran. But millions of dollars can't drown out millions of voices. Americans have added more than 700,000 petition signatures   and more than 100,000 calls to Congress to defend the deal. Members of Congress have less than 60 days to decide whether   or not to veto the deal. Now is the time to flood their offices and town hall meetings. Visit to find events near you or   to call your member of Congress. Tell them: A vote against the Iran deal is a vote for war. and Win Without War


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1. "60 National Security Leaders Support the Iran Deal," The Iran Project, July 20, 2015

2. "Letter to the President from over 100 former American Ambassadors on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on Iran's Nuclear Program.," The Iran Project, July 16, 2015

3. "Americans Strongly In Favor of Iran Deal," Public Policy Polling, July 27, 2015

4. "The consequences of a bad deal with Iran," Los Angeles Times, July 26, 2015

5. "Special Editorial: Kill the Deal," The Weekly Standard, April 4, 2015

6. "Big money and ads clash over Iran nuclear deal," USA Today, July 22, 2015

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