Last night Obama gave a 5o minute speech about the Iran Nuclear Deal. If you’ve got the stomach for it, here it is.
I’ll be posting soon about the book just published by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called “Palestine,” a 416-page screed against the Jewish state. Because balance.
This prompted one of my formerly Obama supporting long time Democrat US friends to write:
Having had the time to review the President’s remarks today – I don’t have it in me to say more than they make me sick to my stomach. It was callous. It was condescending. It was highly misleading on many, many points (and the use of ‘misleading’ is quite generous). And it was absolutely un-presidential. One of the many points stuck in my craw was his reference to JFK. I’m glad Ira Stoll has already written exactly what I feel. I’ve said it often recently: Read the JFK inaugural. That is NOT someone who would at all be at home in today’s Democratic party. “Bear any burden… in the defense of liberty.”? Today’s party faithful would castigate him as a neocon.
With a link to the following in The Federalist: No, President Obama’s Not Channeling John F. Kennedy On Iran
And when even former Obama cheerleader, Alan Dershowitz is publishing entire books against your Nuclear Deal, Mr President, you’re loosing support.