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            Wednesday, September 16, 2015




                         







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On Sept. 11, The New York Times demonstrated once again the media's peculiar sense of patriotism. The 9/11 attacks were not remembered at all on the front page. Instead, the top-right headline in capital letters read "DEMOCRATS HAND VICTORY TO OBAMA ON PACT WITH IRAN."

The House of Representatives voted against it. The Senate voted against it. The American people are overwhelmingly against it. None of that mattered.

Times reporter Jennifer Steinhauer relayed sugary words from Sen. Charles Schumer -- who, last we checked, opposed the Iran deal -- proclaiming "fair-minded Americans should acknowledge the president's strong achievements in combating and containing Iran."

The networks sounded just like that on a previous night for "victory," Sept. 2, when liberal Sen. Barbara Mikulski made the agreement veto-proof. "A big victory for President Obama," announced ABC anchor David Muir. "In a major win for the Obama administration, the nuclear deal with Iran now appears unstoppable," gushed NBC anchor Lester Holt. "This is a major diplomatic victory for the President. ... This is something that will shape the Obama legacy," declared CNN reporter Jim Acosta.

These Obama servants have a problem with those aforementioned "fair-minded Americans." They don't trust the Iranians as far as they can throw them. NBC's Andrea Mitchell briefly mentioned on NBC that "Polls show Americans are sharply divided over the agreement but Republican candidates sure aren't."

If George W. Bush was losing a foreign-policy debate by 30 points, do you think the press would portray the public as "sharply divided"?
"Sharply divided" is a spin. The American people are sharply opposed to the Obama deal.

On Sept. 11, The New York Times demonstrated once again the media's peculiar sense of patriotism. The 9/11 attacks were not remembered at all on the front page. Instead, the top-right headline in capital letters read "DEMOCRATS HAND VICTORY TO OBAMA ON PACT WITH IRAN."

The House of Representatives voted against it. The Senate voted against it. The American people are overwhelmingly against it. None of that mattered.

Times reporter Jennifer Steinhauer relayed sugary words from Sen. Charles Schumer -- who, last we checked, opposed the Iran deal -- proclaiming "fair-minded Americans should acknowledge the president's strong achievements in combating and containing Iran."

The networks sounded just like that on a previous night for "victory," Sept. 2, when liberal Sen. Barbara Mikulski made the agreement veto-proof. "A big victory for President Obama," announced ABC anchor David Muir. "In a major win for the Obama administration, the nuclear deal with Iran now appears unstoppable," gushed NBC anchor Lester Holt. "This is a major diplomatic victory for the President. ... This is something that will shape the Obama legacy," declared CNN reporter Jim Acosta.

These Obama servants have a problem with those aforementioned "fair-minded Americans." They don't trust the Iranians as far as they can throw them. NBC's Andrea Mitchell briefly mentioned on NBC that "Polls show Americans are sharply divided over the agreement but Republican candidates sure aren't."

"Sharply divided" is a spin. The American people are sharply opposed to the Obama deal.

On Sept. 2, the latest Quinnipiac poll showed the Iran deal was wildly unpopular -- 25 percent in favor, 55 percent opposed. Independents gave it thumbs down, 59 to 24 percent. When asked if the deal would make us more or less safe, 28 percent said "safer," and 56 percent checked "less safe."

If George W. Bush was losing a foreign-policy debate by 30 points, do you think the press would portray the public as "sharply divided"? [Full]

Were were the torches?  Where were the pitchforks?



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"The MSM Rule of Inverse Electoral Correlation:
The closer the presidential race gets, the louder the MSM declares that it’s over. And all this comes even as Clinton has had a terrible week—arguably her worst week ever, as the billowing smoke of financial scandal clouds herself and her family."


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One little correcttion. The Republican senate passed Corker's bill that would vacate the constitutional requirement for a two-thirds super majority for the treaty to pass. The senate didn't vote against it. They voted not to vote and yet they still wonder why Trump is leading in the polls. Nature abhors a vacuum. If the RNC can't find a leader that represents the people they will find one for themselves. Even if he is flawed.
 
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Your picture of the women on the snake reminded me of an old animated sci-fi short where a monster ate some obnoxious guy's head and the next day the monster had the face from the head. The obnoxious personality had won the fight for dominance inside the monster.
 
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Damn you - I was just getting ready to invent that picture!
 
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At the point of re-entry of multiple ICBMs, a legacy won't be anyone's concern any more.

jd
 
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I'm just a friggin piano player, so excuse me ...but HOW do you "vacate" a constitutional requirement as easy as you could fake a note from your Mother? My hair hurts.
 
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James Hooker: It's a logic problem. I did a little analysis of it here, but basically it appears the constitution is meaningless..
 
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