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originally posted by: buster2010
originally posted by: DOADOA
When it comes to nuclear anything the interest of the world should be considered. We may look back 5 years from now and wish we had listened to Netenyahu. Just to be fair.
Actually Benny has been crying they are getting the bomb for a couple of decades now and guess what still no bomb. And if we want to be fair then we would place sanctions on Israel until their illegal nukes are cleared out that would lessen the chance of a nuclear war in the ME.
people that want to make peace don't/ or shouldn't send out a mockup of a carrier of the country that they are on talks with.
if that doesn't show you where, what the leadership of that country's thoughts are, then your just blind.
their just puttin on a show for the talks and don't plan on stopping changing their goals, and it's not for energy.
And even if they did have it, they are not crazy or stupid enough to use it.
And you have to ask yourself, why is the US giving billions of dollars a year to a bunch of blowhard crybabies anyway?
originally posted by: nwtrucker
a reply to: ~Lucidity
Oh, I your point. How dare Congress Bypass the Executive branch and State.
Hmm, seems to me like what goes around, comes around. Obama and crew have been by-passing/circumventing Congress since he was elected.
It sends a clear message to the world that Obama doesn't speak for the U.S.. Unprecedented? Perhaps. Then again, so is Obama......
sends a clear message to the world that Obama doesn't speak for the U.S.. Unprecedented? Perhaps. Then again, so is Obama......
originally posted by: M5xaz
a reply to: ~Lucidity
What makes the US look weak is Obama, with his unceasing grovelling to islamists, full stop.
As far as I know, there is still freedom of association in the US, Netanyahu or whoever are free to come and go to the US and meet with whomever.
Even if Obama has a hissy fit about it....
Is Netanyahu’s address to Congress unconstitutional?
Likely yes, says University of San Diego’s Michael Ramsey, for the reasons enumerated here. Basically, the point is that the president and not Congress has the constitutional authority to receive foreign leaders.