Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he stops voting for the Free Fish party.
Or maybe you take yourself too seriously, Thrilla. That would explain a lot, too.you say i pledge allegiance to another country and that is "truth" to you?...seriously?
that explain alot.
Republicans Admit: That Iran Letter Was a Dumb Idea - The Daily Beast
A day after releasing a letter that potentially threatened the administration’s negotiations with Iran, some Republicans who signed on are realizing it was a bad call.
Behind the scenes, Republicans are wondering if sending an open letter to Iran’s leaders was the best strategy to keep a bad nuclear deal from being negotiated.
Earlier this week, 47 Republican senators signed a letter warning the Iranian government that many of them would remain in office long after President Barack Obama’s second term was over, meaning any deal reached between the U.S. and Iran could be easily reversed by the next president.
But even among Republicans whose offices have signed the letter, there is some trepidation that the Iran letter injects partisanship into the Iran negotiations, shifting the narrative from the content of the deal to whether Republicans are unfairly trying to undercut the president.
“Before the letter, the national conversation was about Netanyahu’s speech and how Obama’s negotiations with Iran are leading to a terrible deal that could ultimately harm U.S. national security. Now, the Obama administration and its Capitol Hill partisans are cynically trying to push the conversation away from policy, and towards a deeply political pie fight over presidential and congressional prerogatives,” said a Senate Republican aide whose boss signed the letter.
Ich habe schon Pferde vor der Apotheke kotzen sehen.
yeah, as a Retired marine , i do take some things pretty seriously... lying about me pledging allegiance to another country is one of those things.... of course, that's probably why you levied this personal attack, knowing i would get bent out of shape... .that's what trolls do.Or maybe you take yourself too seriously, Thrilla. That would explain a lot, too.
There WAS a poll.
However, since the poll says something entirely different than the outrageous blather you spewed, it seems that my first inclination was accurate. Your post is hereby dismissed as the ravings of a lefty.While Vladimir Putin is wildly unpopular in the United States, most Americans see him as a stronger leader than President Obama, according to a YouGov/Economist survey.
Only 12 percent of poll respondents have a very favorable or somewhat favorable opinion of Putin, and nearly 70 percent see him somewhat unfavorably or very unfavorably. Yet, 78 percent consider him as either somewhat strong or very strong.
Obama has a significantly higher favorability rating than Putin (47 percent), but just 45 percent of Americans see him as very strong or somewhat strong. And 55 percent believe the opposite.
Despite this overall perception of Obama as relatively weak compared to Putin, 42 percent of those polled believe that the U.S. president uses “too much power” and 45 percent say he has “exceeded the limits of authority granted” by the Constitution.
Poll: Putin Seen as Stronger Leader Than Obama | RealClearPolitics
btw, I didn't do similar research on Netanyahu, so I suppose your ravings might not extend to him. But, unless you provide your own research to prove your point, I'll include him in with your idiocy about Putin.
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