WASHINGTON, DC - Three Democrat senators announced today that they will vote in support of the nuclear deal with Iran.
In a new CNN poll, released yesterday, 56% of Americans now say they think Congress should reject the deal with Iran -- up from 52% less than a month ago.
In a press release also issued today, President Barack Hussein Obama stated that he was "Relieved that the Democrat Congress finally has enough votes to stifle the American Public."
Statements from Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), Gary Peters (D-Mich.) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) mean 41 senators are now publicly backing the deal, enough to keep Americans where they belong - locked in the basement of their Democrat parents' home.
Leading Democrats went on to say that if Americans behave, they will let them drive their car and may give them a substantial increase in wages.