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originally posted by: StoutBroux
a reply to: Flatfish
I agree completely. When Pelosi visited Assad against a specific directive by the whitehouse, where was the outrage?
“I would use the word mutinous,” said Eaton, whose long career includes training Iraqi forces from 2003 to 2004. He is now a senior adviser to VoteVets.org. “I do not believe these senators were trying to sell out America. I do believe they defied the chain of command in what could be construed as an illegal act.”
“I think Senator Cotton recognizes this, and he simply does not care,” Eaton went on to say. “That’s what disappoints me the most.”
Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
“Of course I am worried, because the other side is known for opacity, deceit and backstabbing,” he said. “Every time we reach a stage where the end of the negotiations is in sight, the tone of the other side, specifically the Americans, becomes harsher, coarser and tougher. This is the nature of their tricks and deceptions.”
Khamenei went on to say that the letter suggested a “decay of political ethics in the American system.”
originally posted by: CrawlingChaos
a reply to: ~Lucidity
My point is, that this president has not been "Anti-War" in the least bit, and neither has the left in general.
originally posted by: Indigo5
As for the right wings profound terror of a Nuclear Armed Iran...I have to ask...Nuclear weapons don't kill people? Right? People kill people! And if more guns make the world a safer place...why not more nuclear weapons?
The time for a deal is now...where we can influence who is the next leader of Iran.
Man you "Emperor God-King And Grand Poobah The Great Potentate Himself Barack "The Islamic Shock" Hussein Obama"
For once, just once, I'd like a conversation about President Obama's administration to stay about his administration. I have seen one last two posts before Bush is mentioned, or Carter, or Nixon, or FDR.
The letter is turning into a bigger political spat than the Republicans’ invite to Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu to speak before Congress.