Memory of 9/11?
September 11, 2001, America was stunned by a completely unforeseen attack. Islamic Terrorists hit us in the most successful attack on American civilians ever waged.
Another major attack springs to mind, Pearl Harbor. Unlike Islam, Japan attacked on a Sunday. Most offices on the base were closed and many servicemen were on leave for the weekend, yet there were similarities; “And what encouragement did Japanese aggressors receive from America? It came in two different ways. It came, first, from men who loudly proclaimed that whatever Japan did in Asia was no affair of ours; that we should concern ourselves with nothing outside our own borders. It came, in the second place, from men who asserted that the United States need never fear any attack from any power whatever; that war with Japan was (as Oswald Garrison Villard wrote) “impossible”; that Japan could never hurt us and we could never hurt Japan” (Nevins). Very nearly the same inanity we hear from the left and the main stream propagandia today.
14 years later:
September 10, 2015, Senate demonrats deliver a major victory to oBama (Islam), by blocking a Republican resolution to reject the “agreement.” The irony of the timeframe is stunning 14 years almost to the day. America’s political machine honors the memory of 9/11 with a nuclear agreement with a 7th century culture which was responsible for 9/11. A culture sworn to convert or destroy everything non-Muslim. A culture that relegates women, gays, and minorities to a lower status than farm animals.
The United States Senate sustained the deal, freeing Barack Hussein Obama to lift sanctions on the Iranian regime, which will provide them with between $100 billion and $150 billion, and allow a terror-supporting regime to become a nuclear power. Thus setting off a nuclear arms race in the Middle East. Will we continue to tell other nations to abstain from nuclear arms? The arrangement also sets forth an inspections process that provides ample time for the Iranians to cheat (no… no… would they??).
The GOP could’ve stopped this agreement on legal grounds. The Corker-Cardin bill (written to bastardize the treaty process) actually made what The oBama regime did, illegal. Thus the responsibility resides not only in the demonrat court, but in the Republicrat side as well… as usual…