More than $20 billion worth of them. Boeing announced recently that it had concluded an agreement to sell between $17 and $25 billion worth of commercial airliners to Iran, to replace aging planes in that country's civilian air fleet. Its hard to put a precise number of jobs and/or economic growth on a deal such as this. But its fair to say that over the coming years this is going to mean a fair number of families in Washington State; Kansas; and other places are going to enjoy jobs with good wages and benefits as a result of this deal. And as a result of the historic nuclear agreement brokered by the Obama Administration. I think it fair to say that the US Government will continue to have several serious differences with the Iranian Government. And that every effort needs to be made by our military; weapons inspectors; intelligence community; and diplomats to ensure that Iran does not violate the terms of its nuclear agreement; and to curtail efforts to support terrorism or other destabilizing forces in the region. But on a larger scale, I think its important to recognize that the benefits of peaceful negotiation far, far outweigh the horrendous costs of war and aggression. When the Iranian accord was signed there was shrieking outrage from the Conservative echo chamber about how we were "giving" Iran a few hundred million dollars of their own money back. Wel; we just stand to earn many times that back in airplanes and parts sales.