This is really breaking my heart. President Obama got all upset when asked Wednesday at his press conference by Major Garrett of CBS News why he was “content” to leave U.S. hostages in Iran as part of the nuclear deal. Major later admitted that he was trying to get under Obama’s skin a bit, which is what a reporter should do in order to elicit an
The White House will accuse Republicans of “playing politics” with the Iran deal. Here is not just a Democrat, but a Democratic candidate for president – former Sen. James Webb of Virginia – lamenting that the deal doesn’t prevent an Iranian nuclear weapon, but rather, allows it. He told Diane Rehm of NPR today: At the bottom line of the agreement, here is what we
I actually think President Obama convinces himself that most of the things he is saying are true, and even, wise. That they are neither doesn’t make him a liar, nor even a fool. It makes him an egoist completely convinced that things are right merely because he does or says them. And, being an egoist, he wants to have the presidency he has always dreamed
The press conference has concluded.
The United States promised it would get “anytime, anywhere” inspections in Iran. It didn’t. Now the United States says that it never wanted such a thing in the first place. Appearing on CNN Tuesday evening, White House national security spokesman Ben Rhodes was wondering what exactly this “anytime anywhere” business was all about. We never sought in this negotiation the capacity for so-called anytime, anywhere,
Wednesday, July 15, 2015 Good morning! In the news today: Iran gets its nukes, but must wait a bit; snapback? Not so fast; Levin: Kerry orders up World War III; some Dems seem skeptical; Hillary backs; GOP candidates pounce; Mideast arms race set to start; and an Auschwitz guard finally gets his due. Have a great day. Keith Iran deal is sealed . . . The