How screwed up is it that the President of the United States is nicer to US enemies than he is to members of the opposing political party? But that’s where we are, Obama will negotiate with Iran but not Republicans in Congress, and most of the media lets him get away with it.
The president will make a deal with Iran, leaving America vulnerable to nuclear attack. But he won’t join with the GOP to save America from default. Who are more evil, Republicans or ayatollahs?
With talks with Iran in Geneva under way involving the U.S., Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia, the Obama administration’s diplomats this week are reportedly offering Islamofascist Iran fast relief from economic sanctions if Tehran makes a deal on its nuclear program — apparently even one that lets it keep enriching uranium.
Under the “moderate” with the nice smile, cleric Hasan Rouhani, the regime may soon agree not to enrich to 20% purity, dangerously close to weapons-grade quality. This is touted as a confidence-building measure. In return, the U.S. may ease economic sanctions.
Obviously, there are enemies, and then there are enemies. It’s one thing to be a terrorist regime. It’s another thing to be members of the other party and oppose President Obama’s agenda.