The White House has put out the word that anytime/anywhere actually means 24 days/where necessary. That is, when inspectors want to peruse a place where the Iranians are suspected of cheating on the nuclear deal, they “will provide Iran the reasons for access in writing” and the whole process spelled out to get them through the door could take 24 days. No problem, administration officials
I don’t know – how does he think he can get away with saying something that simply isn’t true? I guess because they get away with such things all the time. The administration keep claiming it wasn’t trying to dismantle Iran’s nuclear program. But officials, including President Obama, repeatedly said and suggested that’s exactly what they wanted. Here’s some video contrasting Secretary of State John Kerry during his Senate
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I was on the Newsmax’s The Hard Line with Ed Berliner show Wednesday evening talking about Donald Trump. I mention his massive PR triumph Thursday in heading to the Texas border – none of the other candidates will be able to get any coverage. So just before the interview starts, I’m sitting at home in my suit and tie in front of my computer waiting
Thursday, July 23, 2015 Good morning! In the news today: Kerry says its my way or the highway – to war; Obama having trouble convincing Dems; Trump threatens third party run; Social Security disability fund about to run out; $15 minimum wage backfiring; and Ottawa – Canada’s political capital and the world’s capital of adultery. Have a great day. Keith Kerry to Congress: It’s the Iran deal
Lindsey Graham made this cute video of him using various methods to destroy his cell phone after The Donald gave out his cell phone number. Fine, a nice little bit of PR for Lindsey, courtesy of Trump. But I’d like to know what Graham’s doing with a cell phone that was probably used by Woodrow Wilson. I mean, seriously, a flip phone? This of course