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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Obama: A Majority of Americans Are "Crazies"



In his remarks today at an Event for the Nevada State Democratic Party, President Obama said of persons opposing his nuclear deal with Iran:

"Harry [Reid] and I drove over here together and we were doing a little reminiscing, and then figuring out how we’re going to deal with the crazies in terms of managing some problems. And then we talked about riding off into the sunset together."

Obama maligned all those opposing his deal with Iran notwithstanding an August 3, 2015 Quinnipiac University National Poll which found that "American voters oppose 57 - 28 percent, with only lukewarm support from Democrats and overwhelming opposition for Republicans and independent voters, the nuclear pact negotiated with Iran."

And yesterday, a Quinnipiac University Swing State Poll also determined that "voters in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania oppose the proposed nuclear pact with Iran by margins of more than 2-1."

Or stated otherwise, Obama believes that a majority of Americans are "crazies." But don't worry: Obama is determined to ignore those deranged voters, as are Democrats in the Senate, who simply don't give a damn if Iran's "breakout time" is reduced to a few weeks in another 15 years - if the mullahs don't cheat on the deal long before then, which of course they will.

In other news today, the Iranian Parliament Speaker's Adviser for International Affairs, Hossein Sheikholeslam, called for the "annihilation" of Israel, but this, of course, is of no concern to Obama and his fellow Democrats. You see, in his heart of hearts, Hossein didn't really mean it . . .

1 comment:

  1. pace yourself. Looks like Iran will be top issue in 2016, "crazies" notwithstanding.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2015/08/iran-pact-takes-center-stage-in-battle-for-senate-121732.html?ml=tb

    "...It’s a rare instance of foreign policy driving the debate in congressional races — in an off year, no less — and a potential preview of things to come if the Iran pact continues to generate heat into next year. Republicans are trying to portray Democrats backing the deal as weak on Israel and national defense. And some Democratic hopefuls are going after opponents for not taking a stand. ..."

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