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Friday, March 13, 2015

It's Just About a Boy and a Letter Stating the Obvious Thing

Dear America,


President Obama is embarrassed for the Senators who signed the Open Letter to the Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran....

Read the OPEN LETTER, here.

Did you read it?

Did you?

Cuz if you did read the Open Letter, you would walk away going WTF?  What is the big deal?  There is nothing here but a reminder to the "Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran" as to how our government works as to agreements: what is binding and what is not, is at the crux of the checks and balances system and keeps order.

The Letter was non-threatening. 

And aside from the fact that only republicans signed it....The Letter was non-partisan.

The Letter was simply stating the obvious -- emphasizing the CONSTITUTIONAL non-committal aspects of an agreement that really isn't an agreement at all!

The president should be the one embarrassed!

Want proof?  

"Yesterday" we were discussing the former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton and her propensity to lie through her teeth -- and that was fun.  But today, let's go to her replacement: John Kerry.

Mr. President:  Are you as embarrassed of your very own Secretary of State who, in the last couple of days, has concurred with the 47 Senators? 

Let's go to the headline at the Washington Post....

Even John Kerry says the Iran deal is not legally binding [Updated]

SO call me Just a Girl, but if we are not negotiating a legally binding plan" --- then what are we doing?

And the president is embarrassed for the Senators?


Did the president actually read the letter?  

It's harmless; besides, it's just as harmless as whatever the Secretary of State John Kerry said anyway:

 "We've been clear from the beginning: We're not negotiating a, quote, legally binding plan," Kerry told the panel. "We're negotiating a plan that will have in it the capacity for enforcement. We don't even have diplomatic relations with Iran right now."
We don't have "diplomatic relations with Iran right now" and yet we are relating with them diplomatically?

What's embarrassing is watching my country, this administration, negotiate with terrorists -- a tireless, oppressive, ideologically Islamic Extreme  regime --  just for the sake of creating a political legacy of this presidency.  Hmmmmm.  I wonder what the value of a non-binding legacy is going for these days?  (It's a good question.)

Me thinks President Obama is really just embarrassed that we are all well aware of what a really bad deal this really is!   And what happens when a community organizer gets embarrassed?  He goes to the Alinsky rule book and starts playing the ridicule card.  duh.

What's embarrassing is the trailer quote of the president, as a teaser for an upcoming interview scheduled to run on Vice News on Monday (and plucked from Politico just this morning):

“I’m embarrassed for them. For them to address a letter to the ayatollah who they claim is our mortal enemy, and their basic argument to them is ‘don’t deal with our president ‘cause you can’t trust him to follow through on agreement,” 

Yeah, cuz that's exactly what they said.

Oh okay, Mr. President Thin Skin.

Poke fun at them all you want, but that snippet does more to diminish the office and influence of an American president more. What are you twelve?

And more than that --  you don't see the Iranian regime as an enemy -- an enemy against the United States, against Israel, against peace in the middle east, against women, against gays, against human rights, and anything else the "leaders of the Iranian Republic of Iran" do not agree with?  really?

Let's go another direction entirely --

What's embarrassing is having our president yucking it up with Jimmy Fallon and slow jamming the news...like this.  [oh, it's funny.  it's cool.  it's very funny...but presidential?]

What's embarrassing is having a couple of our Secret Service guys show the world  just how protected we keep our president and the president's house.  Wow.  And from another angle. WowWow.  

and on that note...

Make it a Good Day, G

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