As Americans learn the dangerous details of President Obama's deal with Iran, Republican leaders should admit their mistake in passing Sen. Bob Corker's, R-Tenn., bill that reversed the process for treaty ratification. Instead of a treaty requiring approval from two-thirds of the Senate, the Corker bill allows the Iran deal to be disapproved by a simple majority in both houses -- subject to a certain presidential veto, which requires two-thirds of both houses to override.
Under the Corker procedure, Obama can make a nuclear arms treaty involving Iran with the concurrence of just one-third of each house of Congress, instead of two-thirds of senators as the Constitution specifies. As Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., said when he voted against the Corker bill, "A nuclear-arms agreement with any adversary -- especially the terror-sponsoring Islamist Iranian regime -- should be submitted as a treaty and obtain a two-thirds majority vote in the Senate as required by the Constitution."
To quote Ronald Reagan's famous 1980 debate line, "There you go again." Obama has littered the floor with torn shreds of the U.S. Constitution in so many areas, but Republican leaders keep letting him get by with it.
Ed.: This article goes much further than the "Iran Deal" mentioned in the opening. Ms. Schlafly deftly demonstrates a decades-long chain of policy decisions that militate against our national sovereignty.