Barack Obama attacked Congress and Republicans while speaking to the communists and socialists in Latin America. He’s nastier and tougher on Republicans than he is to Marxists abroad. That’s simply a fact.
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) April 12, 2015
Obama defended Hanoi John who once lied about his fellow soldiers and sold them out publicly before Congress and the world. It’s as if Kerry’s betrayal never took place and he is some kind of Vietnam war hero.
“When I hear some, like Sen. McCain recently suggest that our Secretary of State John Kerry, who served in the United States Senate, a Vietnam veteran, who has provided exemplary service to this nation, is somehow less trustworthy in the interpretation of what’s in a political agreement than the Supreme Leader of Iran, that’s an indication of the degree to which partisanship has crossed all boundaries.”
He decried a letter that 47 senators signed and posted on Sen. Tom Cotton’s website – it was not sent to the Ayatollah – merely stating the law on treaties and agreements.
“And we’re seeing this again and again. We saw it with the letter by the forty-seven senators who communicate directly to the Supreme Leader of Iran, the person that they say can’t be trusted at all, warning him not to trust the United States government.
He talked about partisanship as if he allowed negotiations with the opposition. He only negotiates with our enemies. He repeated his Iran deal nonsense about the opposition’s reason for protesting the non-deal deal being “they just don’t trust any deal with Iran and may prefer to take a military approach to it.”
He said that his “deal” is being misrepresented by a senator when in fact the Ayatollah and other Iranian leaders said Barack Obama is lying. It came out in the NY Times that Obama’s deal included lying to the American public so Congress would make no attempt to pass a bill regarding sanctions.
“And now we have a senator suggesting that our secretary of state is purposely misinterpreting the deal and giving the Supreme Leader of Iran the benefit of the doubt in the interpretations.
“But when you start getting to the point where you are actively communicating that the United States government and our secretary of state is somehow spinning presentations in a negotiation with a foreign power, particularly one that you say is your enemy, that’s a problem, it needs to stop!”
Belittling the opposition to foreign nations, some of whom hope for our overthrow, is rather extreme.