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Tomorrow

By Patrick Van Roy On March 2nd, 2015

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Tomorrow at 10:45 EST Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has a scheduled speech to Congress about Iran. There has been over six weeks of hand wringing, insulting, attacking and even sabotage over this speech before both houses of Congress. The administration has done more damage to itself by it’s antics than anything Bibi has to say.

The President of the United States is acting Unilaterally negotiating a deal with Iran. As with so many of this Presidents Policies he wants us to wait until it is done before he reveals to us what he has done. In an effort to rally both sides of our political spectrum together as one to stop a deal that will put our lives in as much danger as it will the Israelis. Speaker Boehner actually acted responsible and is doing what needs to be done for the security of the American People.

Iran is the worlds largest supporter of terror. It has has operatives that it has trained and supported of 5 continents. It is literally the head of the snake. It lead and controlled by a Death Cult that believe they bring about the end of times. That the Messiah that will arise will claim and rule the World under Islam and kill or enslave all that do not bow before it.

Under no circumstances can these people be allowed to have the Bomb.

The Prime Minister is uniquely qualified to speak on this topic and is the best chance of trying to creat a United Front in stopping this path of suicide that the Presidents ideology prevents him from even acknowledging exists.

I look forward the Speech and say God Speed Bibi.

26 Responses to “Tomorrow”

  1. Iran is the worlds largest supporter of terror. It has has operatives that it has trained and supported of 5 continents. It is literally the head of the snake. It lead and controlled by a Death Cult that believe they bring about the end of times. That the Messiah that will arise will claim and rule the World under Islam and kill or enslave all that do not bow before it.

    Isn’t this pretty much what they said about Iraq a decade or so ago

  2. Troll – for how many years in your opinion has Iran been pursuing its nucler weapons program?

  3. If anyone wants a laugh, just listed to Samantha Power, US Ambassador to the UN, speaking at a big AIPAC bash today. Boy, that Dublin girl has really been taught well what you have to say about Israel in Washington if you want to go far.

  4. Noel — She is the personification of evil. Never stops recommending imperialist invasions. A merchant of death and destruction.

  5. Can the flag visual get any bigger, I ask?

  6. I can expand it if you want

  7. It is a mistake for Bibi, his short term gain at home isn’t worth tying Israel to one party in the US.

  8. Yes.

    Damage has been done.

    This is a bad day for Israel, a worse day for the US.

    This is a type of insolence that has never been seen before on the part of any foreign leader.

    Can you possibly imagine a Churchill, DeGaulle, a Canadian PM, etc doing an end-run around the President in this way?

  9. it doesn’t tie him to one party. You two forget this talk was also asked for by one of the head democrats on the intelligence committee. It was bipartisan in Congress.

    Until The President made it into something it is not.

  10. This is no bipartisan invitation. Bibi has always put short term domestic gains against longterm common sense.

  11. // his short term gain at home isn’t worth tying //

    I believe even a majority of Israelis are against the visit.

    Certainly the majority of Americans side with Obama on this one.

  12. yeah if you say so Mahons.

    It’s good common sense to make deals with the nation that is the leading supporter of terror in the world, while you trash your ally.

  13. I believe even a majority of Israelis are against the visit.

    Certainly the majority of Americans side with Obama on this one.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_Kh7nLplWo

  14. For Israel’s leader to so obviously throw his lot in with the Republicans against a Democratic president is reckless. Israel and its defenders are already under siege on college campuses across America, where many university boards are under pressure to divest from companies doing business with Israel. Making support for Israel more of a Republican cause is not at all in Israel’s interest — or America’s. Israel needs the support of more than just Congress or one party.
    Co

    Netanyahu’s concerns about Iran are not without merit. But his aggressiveness is also not without critics in Israel. If Congress wants to get Israel’s perspective on how to deal with Iran, then it should also invite the top Israeli intelligence and military officers, current and retired, who have been arguing publicly against Netanyahu’s threatened use of force against Iran. Why are we getting only one Israeli view? How is that in America’s interest?

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/04/opinion/thomas-friedman-a-bad-mistake.html

  15. We have had diplomatic discussions with many far worse regimes including Soviet Russia and China over the years.

  16. oh boy Thomas Friedman and the NY Times…. it comes from the bubble it must be gospel….

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_Kh7nLplWo

  17. Yes Mahons “WE” have.

    This negotiation has no WE in it. All those other negotiations also involved the Congress. This is no diplomatic discussion, he is negotiating on behalf of the United States and he refuses to even discuss what is being negotiated.

    He has to have the deal before we can see what the deal is.

    The only thing congress and the people know about this deal is what has leaked, and it’s not good.

  18. Time to get comfortable, turn CSPAN on and get ready for the speech.

  19. Americans

    Israelis

  20. Spot on

  21. How many standing ovations, who dares to sit down first (and lose his seat) – interesting questions based on The Israeli PM’s previous speech to a captive audience:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BaMLlnb_KI

    29 standing ovations – can it be bettered?

  22. Yes

    It will be like our imbecilic State of the Union thingies.

  23. Troll I don’t know what your experience with negotiating is but from my experience all negotiations are secret until they are concluded. If you don’t keep it secret the other side either knows exactly what they can get and then ask for more or you paint yourself into a corner

  24. good speech

  25. EP

    The Presidents team has kept the details secret from our own Congress. He is acting Unilaterally of his own Government.

    Your position is laughable.

  26. The Troll, on March 3rd, 2015 at 5:04 PM Said:
    EP
    The Presidents team has kept the details secret from our own Congress. He is acting Unilaterally of his own Government.
    Your position is laughable.

    Gee it wouldn’t be because the congress leaks more than a spaghetti strainer would it?