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Monday, January 25, 2016

History's Take?

Not quite accurate, but you get the point, I'm sure.

One of my recent Facebook finds:


White House says it's “entirely likely” and “even expected” that Iran will use the released funds for terrorism (video posted January 21, 2016):


Article III, Sec. 3 of the US Constitution states:
Treason against the United States, shall consist...in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort....
What will be history's take on recent U.S. foreign policy? Get out your crystal ball, and tell us what you see.

24 comments:

  1. An incompetent, a Commie, and a “felon in waiting” walk into a
    bar. The bartender asks, “What would you like?”. In unison all three enthusiastically reply, “I’d like to be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States!”

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  2. The Obama administration is dangerously naive and incompetent.

    President Obama is the best thing that's happened to the mullahocracy since the '79 revolution.

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  3. Let's remember that the objective objective of the agreement is to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
    Is the money being used to develop nuclear weapons? That's the question.

    Is Iran going to desist from subversive activities in the region? Of course not. I might add that Iran has not been involved in terror attacks against the U.S. Sunnis are a far greater danger.

    We are hearing all kinds of bleating from the right including a belief that we are unfreezing the funds with interest. In fact, the interest is only added to a sum for an arms deal that we failed to complete.

    I get a kick out of the graphic. Arms for hostages anyone?

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    1. objective of the agreement is to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.

      'Objectives' and 'results' being two completely different things, and democrats ONLY care about the former.

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    2. Arms for hostages anyone?

      How quickly Ducky forgets the lopsided "prisoner" exchange...

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    3. Duck,
      And Reagan's legacy suffered for it, too.

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  4. The picture on the Left should read: "Gave nukes to North Korea."

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  5. THE VIDEO:

    This well defines the term, "CIRCULAR RHETORIC"! Members of the Press, as well as everyone else, should be shaking their heads.

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    1. Reversed, it reads like a Fugs song.

      Wouldn't have expected FT to be a fan.

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    2. Duck,
      Normally, I'd dump the mirror writing. However, extenuating circumstances apply in that FT has been locked out of publishing new blog posts at his own blog. Sheesh.

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  7. Honestly, this should be an un-coerced plea of Guilty of Treason for obama, and john f-ing kerry, and surely others. Good God y'all !

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  8. The president of Iran just asked the Pope to pray for him.

    That'll play well in Peoriastam.

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  9. Peoriastan...

    If cell phones were made in America the keys would be bigger

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  10. I am a Canadian,who is loving living in America, and I think what has made me the maddest is the total disregard by the man occupying the Oval Office and all those who surround him of the Consititution which they all had to swear an oath to uphold. Not only ignoring and thumbing their noses at the people, but stomping on virtually every liberty which the Constitution is based on.
    I pray that those who are able to vote will wake up this coming year and make their voices heard in November. I still have to wonder though with the communists in Washington, will the elections make a difference? Will acorn get by as they have in the past with registering cartoon characters and dead people, or sending Black Panther thugs out to polling places to scare off voters? Will the liberals in Washington contest every election? I pray it's not too late to turn back. God Bless~

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    1. Carolyn,
      Thank you for visiting and commenting, I appreciate it.

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