I have to admit, reading this story was pretty bizarre http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/iran/11819014/Britains-embassy-in-Iran-re-opens-with-Death-to-England-still-graffitied-above-Queens-portrait.html Even with all the graffiti remaining in place and opposition from the hard liners in Iran, the Brits are going there just four years removed from having their embassy overran by radical idiots.
I tried to concede on a post that it is probably not entirely guaranteed that we go to war with Iran if the current deal is not accepted. The logic that a lot of the left uses in their argument is that if this deal is rejected, we will not have the support of the rest of the world in keep Iran boxed up and suffering under sanctions. The Brits, it seems, have a much different view of the situation than either the US or Israel. Honest question, at a time when there are many who flat out reject this nuclear deal, did we just get betrayed by a country who is supposed to be an ally? My feelings on taking the deal are clear, but I'd really like to hear from those opposed to the deal how they view the Brits here.