davidl on August 19th, 2015

John Forbes Kerry has achieved his wet dream.  In the midst of the Viet:nam War, Kerry tried to negotiate, on behalf of the North Vietnamese, a United States surrendered.   Now at long last Lurch has achieved his dream.    The Obama regime agreement with Iran amounts to surrender.   Rather than having United States, or United Nations […]

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davidl on April 9th, 2015

Good news for all you world peace fans.   It appears that the Obama regime and the Moolas of Iran are mere fifteen to twenty-five years apart from reaching a nuclear deal, from the Jerusalem Post: Earlier on Thursday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani also said that any final deal with world powers must include the immediate […]

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2015

I’m at College Point, Queens New York this morning. I’m delivering a load of Gatorade to the local Pepsi distribution center. Extremely narrow streets around this place, and as a result I’ve never come in here where I haven’t done some very serious side walk driving. That’s an accomplishment with a big rig. I have […]

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davidl on March 24th, 2015

Allies spy on each other.   The United States spies of Israel, and in turn Israel returns the favor.   I am not shocked but the regime is irate.    Apparently in Barack Obama’s ivory tower, only the United States is allowed to spy, from Independent (UK): American officials have accused Israel of spying on diplomatic talks between […]

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Eric Florack on March 23rd, 2015

I’m coming off the first extended weekend I’ve had in several weeks. Kinda nice being able to spend some time around the house. My truck needed some work anyway, and I had some paperwork that I had to complete. the paperwork in this job is seemingly endless. One of the things that I had taken […]

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davidl on March 23rd, 2015

A cynic, such as myself, might be tempted to conclude that Barack Hussien Obama simply spent too much time with the likes of Frank Marshall Davis.   I would explain Obama love of murderous dictators, from Eli Lake, Bloomberg: Like almost all dictators, Iran’s supreme leader has a legitimacy problem. Most Iranians today are too fearful […]

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davidl on March 12th, 2015

This is the same John Kerry who traveled to Paris to conduct his own private negotiations with the North Vietnamese during a time  of war: Washington (CNN)—Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday slammed a letter 47 Republican senators recently wrote to Iran’s leaders. Kerry, who served for nearly three decades as a senator, told […]

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davidl on March 3rd, 2015

The regime’s national security adviser brought down the house at AIPAC, video: One suspects her boss will not be happy. Hat tip, Nice Deb.

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davidl on January 24th, 2014

President Fifty Seven States knows best.   He told the New Yorker’s David Remnick,  that his problems were all the fault of those stoopid republicans and dastardly Rush Limbaugh,  from Hill: President Obama said that gridlock on Capitol Hill stemmed from an inability to “penetrate the Republican base” and convince voters there that he’s “not the […]

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davidl on December 3rd, 2013

The fierce urgency of then, ala New York Times (2004): What is critical is for the winner of the presidential race, and for the three European nations, to make it urgently and abundantly clear to Iran’s president, Mohammad Khatami, and his mullahs that the West will brook no further delays, and that it is serious […]

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davidl on November 27th, 2013

You can not have an agreement, if both sides will not agree to terms.   From Gateway Pundit, via Nice Deb: The Iranian Foreign Ministry on Tuesday called invalid a press release by the White House alleged to be the text of the nuclear agreement struck by Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, […]

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davidl on November 12th, 2013

Who says the space program is dead.   Secretary of State, John “French” Kerry was lost seen orbiting some distant planet, from Jackson Diehl, Washington Post: John Kerry’s Middle East dream world Imagine a world in which the Middle East is not descending into carnage and chaos but is on the brink of a monumental series […]

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Is Paris the only thing standing in the way of the Barack Obama and John Kerry dream of nuclear Iran, and a hollow crater of what used to be Israel, from the New York Times, via William A. Jacobson, Legal Insurrection: In the end, though, it was not only divisions between Iran and the major […]

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davidl on November 7th, 2013

Oh a tale from two Posts, Washington and Jerusalem, first from Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post: Critics of the president’s feeble Iran policy have known all along this was coming. If the report in the New York Times is accurate, the president is about to countenance a nuclear-armed Iran. The administration doesn’t put it that way, and […]

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Eric Florack on August 25th, 2013

One of the problems that I’ve noticed these last couple of weeks and particularly the last couple of days as regards Syria’s attack on its own citizens  (supposedly, anyway) is a total lack of information about who was being attacked. This seems to me a crucial lack. We are dealing, it seems to me, with […]

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