Obama Scores Another Achievement: GOP Goes Bananas
Dateline: RNC HQ. "Gawd, what do we do now for 2016??"
Pop Quiz: How do you know when you are too harsh and too rabid of a GOP-Conservative?
Um ... for starters, when you believe and trust and subscribe to this stuff:
For the GOP crowd that believes war is always the answer, today's announcement represents an utter catastrophe. While it remains to be seen if the framework will lead to a viable and enduring agreement ahead of a June 30 deadline, a whole bunch of conservatives have already concluded that the framework is a complete failure, perhaps even an invitation to Armageddon.
And these top three from here:
What’s interesting about some of the Republican responses so far, though, is that much of the criticism focuses not on the nuclear issue itself but on
broader role in the Middle East.
- Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) infamous letter writer again writes:
“These concessions also do nothing to stop or challenge
Iran’s outlaw behavior. Iranremains the world’s worst state sponsor of terrorism. Iranian aggression is destabilizing the Middle East. And Irancontinues to hold multiple Americans hostage.”
- Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) now
Israelsaid: “After visiting with our partners on the ground in the Middle Eastthis week, my concerns about Iran’s efforts to foment unrest, brutal violence and terror have only grown.”
- Even the deal was announced, when things weren’t looking good, but turned okay, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said the faltering talks demonstrated that: “Any hope that a nuclear deal will lead Iran to abandon its decades-old pursuit of regional dominance through violence and terror is simply delusional.”