Kevin McCullough

Couple the gestapo-like super-secret handling of this "deal" with the all out lawless rewriting of entire sections of the Affordable Care Act, and the President's blatant threat in the State of the Union that he would use his executive order powers in ways few ever have, and President "Pen and Phone" has consistently been the least transparent President of our lifetime. After promising he would be the exact opposite.

But there is greater concern here than merely an abusive executive branch. Namely it is Iran.

For while the President came back in the best suit borrowed from Neville Chamberlain's corpse, smiling, waving, and claiming a breakthrough with the world's chief exporter of terror. The world's chief exporter of terror was laughing profusely at what we were all told the agreement meant.

It became really clear that Iran did not interpret the "deal" anywhere the same as President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry did.

(Which--as an aside--probably also now explains Benghazi. For if you believe that you have an agreement to stop enriching uranium but without any accountability you give them billions of dollars from frozen assets, then it make perfect sense to say that a spontaneous uprising killed your ambassador all while knowing that a terror attack was the actual culprit.)

Iran has threatened the existence of our most important ally -- Israel.

Iran has threatened to attack our very nation.

And one thing that history has pretty much proven throughout the ages has been that when crazy mullahs promise to kill you--they fully intend to keep their word.

President Obama agrees to something while working on our behalf without so much as consulting those who represent us? Afterwards he expects the powers in Congress that sheriff foreign affairs to enforce an agreement that he is not allowing them to see?

And when does the President "allow" Congress anything? He's not a dictator and this isn't a police state is it? (You know aside from the wide spread spying on the press and the people and then turning around to take revenge out on its perceived threats domestically.)

We-The-People should be the one to get to know the basic details of what the Iranian agreement entails. At a very minimum our bipartisan members on the House subcommittee on Foreign Affairs overseeing all dealings with the Middle East and Northern Africa should be allowed to peruse it.

Not doing so merely means that the President is hiding something.

So is it covert? Or criminal?

Whatever that answer is for us we just gave--the leading exporter of terror on the planet--billion's of dollars. And every suicide bomber they fund going forward will have President Obama's super secret agreement to thank.

Meanwhile in Tehran... they just laugh.