“President” BitchBrat holds breath, turns blue.
The world leader who addressed a joint meeting of Congress on Tuesday was a man with a clear vision of Iran as an expansionist, extremist, radical Islamist power sure to use nuclear weaponry for domination.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walked the chamber through the regime’s four-decade history of imposing fundamentalism via repression at home and terror abroad as compelling prologue for urging the U.S. to abandon President Obama’s proposed nuclear deal with the mullahs.
As directly as possible, Netanyahu told the gathering of America’s elected representatives:
“For over a year, we’ve been told that no deal is better than a bad deal. Well, this is a bad deal. It’s a very bad deal. We are better off without it.”
Obama has on the table technical specifications and inspection standards designed to limit Iran’s ability to “break out” toward building a nuclear bomb within a year. He would allow the pact to expire in ten years, trusting that Iran would then meet standards for peaceful atomic energy.
The White House says, in effect, that this is the best the world can do considering that Iran has developed advanced nuclear know-how, illegally built sophisticated nuclear facilities, amassed ballistic missiles and could wire up and deliver a bomb in a hop, skip and a jump.
Well, whose fault is that?
Why, the guy who has no problem with Iran becoming a nuclear power and would just as soon see Israel destroyed, who else? And for those who refuse to believe that: if those things were the case, what would he be doing differently? This is the truly amusing part:
Pathetically, Obama falsely derided Netanyahu for failing to propose “viable alternatives” for further reining Iran in. Even more pathetically, at this 11th hour, Iran rejected the 10-year freeze that’s crucial to Obama’s scheme, flatly deeming it “unacceptable.”
The Iranians’ sudden deal-breaking intransigence highlights the folly of Obama’s enterprise and points the U.S. toward the action that Netanyahu, in fact, called for:
Get up from the table and lead the world to impose an ever-increasing economic chokehold on a rogue regime that has proved vulnerable to sanctions.
Obama fails to see so-called viable alternatives only because he has neither the nerve nor the wisdom to use them.
No, he pretends to fail to see them because he doesn’t wish to see them implemented. He is opposed to them; they directly interfere with his agenda. As I keep saying: just assume the absolute worst about the blaggard and everything he does suddenly makes sense.
Repeating itself update! “In a way it was Churchillian — not in delivery; it was not up to Bibi’s norm — but in the sonorousness and the seriousness of what he said. And it was not Churchill of the ‘40s. This was the desperate Churchill of the ‘30s.” Yeah, well, lots of those eerie parallels to be seen these days.