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    Re: Who do you trust more to deal with Iran?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thrilla View Post
    seems like this unofficial protocol is a bit one sided , yes?.... or does the President inform Congress he will be speaking to foreign officials each and every time he does it?... you know, to seek suggestions, criticisms, or other input...

    in any event, this unofficial protocol breach is no excuse for sitting congresscritters and administration officials to act like petulant children.... they should have done the adult thing and entertained Bibi speaking.

    additionally, i don't really see Boehner thing as being partisan...by that i mean he invited Bibi to speak to the whole of Congress, not just Republicans.
    Democrats did, in fact , invite Bibi to speak directly to their party members... thankfully ,he turned them down and decided to keep the whole affair above ground and nonpartisan.
    I wouldn't be so supportive if 1 party invited him to speak only to them and tried to leave the other party out of it.... that **** isn't cool at all.... it's Congressional business, not party business.

    again, I won't mind at all if a Democratic controlled Congress does the same identical thing...it won't bother me in the least.
    Sorry, but the president is the face on America. And it would be polite to inform him of your intentions to humiliate him on the global stage before doing so! To the bolded, I appreciate your consistency with that.
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    Re: Who do you trust more to deal with Iran?

    Quote Originally Posted by JANFU View Post
    And Iran has been as well. Old Jewish proverb - 3 sides to a coin.
    Good proverb, hadn't thought of it, but there are three sides to a coin aren't there? So what do you mean Iran has been as well? Has been what, crying wolf, and promoting fear?
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    Re: Who do you trust more to deal with Iran?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    We'll, if you approved of Netanyahu coming to congress Monday, then you must like the humiliation. Btw, Snowden's disclosures indict Bush as well as Obama. And what exactly was Obama suppose to do to prevent Putin from going into Crimea. Nice to see the acknowledgement that Netanyahu's speech was equal to spitting in Obama's face. Anybody that hates Obama enough to gloat over seeing their president be spat upon by a foreign leader standing in our halls of congress is UNAMERICAN. And there's NOTHING laughable about this situation.

    -Netanyahu doing what he did is a failure on Obama's end, not Netanyahu's. If you allow, as the US president (Emperor, basically), relations with your land battleship in a far-off region to deteriorate so extensively that their PM is talking to your political enemies on national TV in Congress back home in the heart of the empire, that is a direct indictment of YOU as US president and your utter failure on allowing it to get to that point. One cannot blame the Israeli PM for jumping through an open window. The real question is why was that window open to jump through? Why have things been allowed to reach that level of vitriol? That's political failure on his end. You don't blame Cicero for being Cicero. You blame the idiotic Emperor for allowing Cicero the opportunity.

    -Wanting to hear what a great ally of ours in a far off, hostile region has to say on an issue doesn't amount to being unpatriotic. NOT wanting to hear him is what is unpatriotic.

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    Re: Who do you trust more to deal with Iran?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan5 View Post
    -Netanyahu doing what he did is a failure on Obama's end, not Netanyahu's. If you allow, as the US president (Emperor, basically), relations with your land battleship in a far-off region to deteriorate so extensively that their PM is talking to your political enemies on national TV in Congress back home in the heart of the empire, that is a direct indictment of YOU as US president and your utter failure on allowing it to get to that point. One cannot blame the Israeli PM for jumping through an open window. The real question is why was that window open to jump through? Why have things been allowed to reach that level of vitriol? That's political failure on his end. You don't blame Cicero for being Cicero. You blame the idiotic Emperor for allowing Cicero the opportunity.

    -Wanting to hear what a great ally of ours in a far off, hostile region has to say on an issue doesn't amount to being unpatriotic. NOT wanting to hear him is what is unpatriotic.
    Unpatriotic of what, Israel. Sorry, that's the most ****ed up explanation in defense of that rat bastard I've heard yet. Sick too that you'd get pleasure from seeing a foreigner here disrespecting your president.
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    Re: Who do you trust more to deal with Iran?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Unpatriotic of what, Israel. Sorry, that's the most ****ed up explanation in defense of that rat bastard I've heard yet. Sick too that you'd get pleasure from seeing a foreigner here disrespecting your president.
    He's not my president, I didn't vote for him. I enjoyed watching that depraved radical California district social leftist witch Pelosi fake tears and throw a hissy fit of absolute disgrace against a good man like Netanyahu. Obama simply doesn't know foreign policy and is easily exploitable by wiser elements such as Bibi and for this I'm supposed to be upset? He's a weak president.

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    Re: Who do you trust more to deal with Iran?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan5 View Post
    He's not my president, I didn't vote for him. I enjoyed watching that depraved radical California district social leftist witch Pelosi fake tears and throw a hissy fit of absolute disgrace against a good man like Netanyahu. Obama simply doesn't know foreign policy and is easily exploitable by wiser elements such as Bibi and for this I'm supposed to be upset? He's a weak president.
    Yes, he's your president. Unless your not an American citizen that is.
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    Re: Who do you trust more to deal with Iran?

    Obama simply is a weak leader and that's why the US and its allies are suffering globally politically. The Israelis know it as so the Saudis and all our enemies.

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    Re: Who do you trust more to deal with Iran?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan5 View Post
    Obama simply is a weak leader and that's why the US and its allies are suffering globally politically. The Israelis know it as so the Saudis and all our enemies.
    Well if not fighting makes one weak, then yeah, Obama's weak. But I believe its knuckle dragging morons that haven't the intellectual capacity to avoid such conflict. I realize you neocons can't handle anything but a belligerent US foreign policy. But frankly, there are those that are tired of it.
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    Re: Who do you trust more to deal with Iran?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Well if not fighting makes one weak, then yeah, Obama's weak. But I believe its knuckle dragging morons that haven't the intellectual capacity to avoid such conflict. I realize you neocons can't handle anything but a belligerent US foreign policy. But frankly, there are those that are tired of it.
    That's all just naivety.

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    Re: Who do you trust more to deal with Iran?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan5 View Post
    That's all just naivety.
    Yes right, because belligerence is strength. I heard you the first time.
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