Now, let me see I understand this deal correctly. Iran gets immediate relief from the sanctions that were supposed to be holding back their nuclear weapons program. They get to keep, rather than destroy, several tons of weapons-grade material they have already created, useless for "peaceful purposes,” and they get to keep and even enhance their ability to make more. They get a "signing bonus" of something like $150 billion to use any way they want, including purchase of conventional weapons, purchase or development of [nuclear] missile capability, and continued or expanded support for international terrorism, with not even a promise to do otherwise. Of course they DO have to submit to "inspections" of their nuclear sites, but they get to decide which sites are off-limits, to delay inspections up to 24 days, and then they get to name their own inspectors! They do not even have to disclose what progress they have made towards a nuclear bomb, when the whole idea here was to keep them "one year away." And after 10 years even that restriction goes away, which means Iran certainly gets a nuclear bomb 11 years from now, unless they cheat during that time, or unless they have enough material to build one already. Heckuva deal.
Oh, and we get? Ah, yes, a handful of wonderful magic beans.