Which Is Better Medicare Or Medicaid?

Which Is Better Medicare Or Medicaid?

what is better care?

we have to get at those issues and i think there should be a lot of debate about what exactly we are doing.

the last thing we want is for this to be a one party, one size fits all proposition.

i think the american people are very, very, very smart and they will make a decision about what they want.

>> do you think this is something that will be r.

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senate, senator tom cotton.

he was elected in november of 2012.

he has taken his seat and has become a vocal critic of the nuclear deal that was reached by iran and the united states.

we are going to go to washington, d.

c.

, to speak with tariq rai.

he is a council for the national security and foreign policy in iran.

he is here in the united states to speak out against the deal that was reached in iran.

welcome to democracy now!, tariq.

>> thank you very much.

>> let's begin with the terms of the deal that was reached in iran.

let's begin with the terms of the deal that was reached by iran and the united states.

iran is going to get a lot out of this deal.

what is iran giving up?

>> i think we need to go a little bit back to the history of the nuclear program.

iran first started with nuclear program in the late 50's, early 60's.

after the iranian revolution, when israeli prime minister zerkoev came to iran and delivered a message to the shah, the shah didn't like the message.

at that time, the shah understood that the only way to be secure is to have a nuclear weapon.

>> iran tested it's first nuclear bomb in.

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>> we're going to go to washington, d.

c.

, to speak with tariq rai.

he is a council for the national security and foreign policy in iran.

he is here in the united states to speak out against the deal that was reached in iran.

welcome to democracy now!, tariq.

>> thank you very much.

>> let's begin with the terms of the deal that was reached in iran.

let's begin with the terms of the deal that was reached by iran and the united states.

iran is going to get a lot out of this deal.

what is iran giving up?

>> i think we need to go a little bit back to the history of the nuclear program.

iran first started with nuclear program in the late 50's, early 60's.

after the iranian revolution, when israeli prime minister zerkoev came to iran and delivered a message to the shah, the shah didn't like the message.

at that time, the shah understood that the only way to be secure is to have a nuclear weapon.

>> iran tested it's first nuclear bomb in 1981, in the middle of the iran-iraq war.

they started taking their own steps in the nuclear program.

after the iranian revolution in 1979, for a very long time, iran was in a war with iraq.

a.

Democracy Now LINKTV Feb 28, 2013 8:00am PST years, the iranian government has been developing nuclear technology.

both iran and the u.

s.

have signed onto agreements to stop its development.

>> we're going to go to washington, d.

c.

, to speak with tariq rai.

he is a council for the national security and foreign policy in iran.

he is here in the united states to speak out against the deal that was reached in iran.

welcome to democracy now!, tariq.

>> thank you very much.

>> let's begin with the terms of the deal that was reached in iran.

let's begin with the terms of the deal that was reached by iran and the united states.

iran is going to get a lot out of this deal.

what is iran giving up?

>> i think we need to go a little bit back to the history of the nuclear program.

iran first started with nuclear program in the late 50's, early 60's.

after the iranian revolution, when israeli prime minister zerkoev came to iran and delivered a message to the shah, the shah didn't like the message.

at that time, the shah understood that the only way to be secure is to have a nuclear weapon.

>> iran tested it's first nuclear bomb in 1981, in the middle of the iran-iraq war.

they started taking their own steps in the nuclear program.

after the iranian revolution in 1979, for a very long.

Democracy Now LINKTV Feb 28, 2013 9:00pm PST to washington d.

c.

to speak with tariq rai, who is a council for the national security and foreign policy in iran.

he is here in the united states to speak out against the deal that was reached in iran.

welcome to democracy now!, tariq.

>> thank you very much.

>> let's begin with the terms of the deal that was reached in iran.

let's begin with the terms of the deal that was reached by iran and the united states.

iran is going to get a lot out of this deal.

what is iran giving up?

>> i think we need to go a little bit back to the history of the nuclear program.

iran first started with nuclear program in the late 50's, early 60's.

after the iranian revolution, when israeli prime minister zerkoev came to iran and delivered a message to the shah, the shah didn't like the message.

at that time, the shah understood that the only way to be secure is to have a nuclear weapon.

>> iran tested it's first nuclear bomb in.

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