Cheryl Chumley — Iran Deal Exposes Obama’s Fairyland Views

Posted: July 15, 2015 in Uncategorized

By Cheryl Chumley

July 15, 2015

President Obama stepped onto the national stage early Tuesday morning to announce a deal with Iran to stop that country’s development of nuclear capabilities – and by stop, of course, what he really meant was delay.

Among his self-congratulatory back-pats: The part where he said the accord “demonstrates that American diplomacy can bring about real and immediate change.”


Congratulations, Mr. President. Once again, you’ve exposed the depth of your Land of Oz-like thinking. Believing in the power of the tongue to control terrorists, state sponsors of terror and all-around enemies of Israel and the West is not only sheer hubris – it’s borderline madman.

What part of the ayatollah’s mid-negotiations “Death to America” chants did you not hear?

Listeners of the early morning speech he delivered while staring directly and nearly unblinkingly into the lens of the camera – a la the “look ’em in the eye’ approach – had to know the deal was bad for America when he assuredd: “Today, because America negotiated from a position of strength and principle”

But did anybody ever think that — ever?

Just look at these headlines: From U.S. News, in November 2014: “Desperate and Dumb: The White House is Grasping at Straws to Reach a Nuclear Deal.”

From Fox News, via Charles Krauthammer, in January: “Obama’s ‘Negotiating Out of Weakness and Desperation’ With Iran.

From the Washington Post, in March: “Obama is Conceding Too Much to Iran.”

From Breitbart, in April: “Cotton: U.S. Negotiating With Iran ‘From a Position of Weakness,’ ‘Desperate for Deal.'”

From The Week, in June: “Former Top Obama, Bush Advisers…………MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

via Cheryl Chumley — Iran Deal Exposes Obama’s Fairyland Views.

via Cheryl Chumley — Iran Deal Exposes Obama’s Fairyland Views.


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