Two active reservists in the U.S. Congress want to ensure that weapons sold to Saudi Arabia cannot be used against U.S. troops or Israel. Reps. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) and Christopher Carney (D-Pa.), the only two active reservists in the House of Representatives, sent a letter to President Bush signed by 188 of their colleagues insisting that the presidentâ€™s proposed $20 billion arms deal comes with strict congressional oversight and consultation with Israel. Joint Direct Attack Munitions, extremely accurate satellite-guided bombs nicknamed “smart bombs,” are expected to be a component of the arms sale, which the Bush administration justifies as a strategic effort to counter Iranâ€™s influence in the Middle East. â€œMany of us remember when advanced F-14 Tomcat fighters were provided to the Kingdom of Iran only to see these airplanes become the backbone of the Ayatollah’s air force,â€ Kirk said. The administration is expected to officially notify Congress of the Saudi arms sale by Dec. 5.