Shameless Ignorance and Forty Seven Republican Senators
March 9, 2015 § 3 Comments
Forty-seven Republican Party Senators dispatched a letter to the Nation of Iran warning them that any agreement between Iran and the United States negotiated by the President of the United States would be worthless and revocable in two years when a new president is elected. Iran responded to the letter with a classic example of politely, but firmly, labeling the Senators’ letter for what it is: Ignorant meddling into serious business being conducted by competent responsible agents of six nations.
Jay Bookman, columnist and blogger for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, has commented on this episode in a blog post. It expresses my reaction better than I could. Here is link to his blog post. I urge all readers of this blog to read it.
Oh, by the way, I assume that it is superfluous for me to satisfy your curiosity: Both Texas Senators signed the letter. Texas has replaced Mississippi as a haven for jackasses and launching pad for every stupid governmental policy idea floating around. We have not one, but three Texas Coo-Coo Birds readying themselves for campaigns to become President of the United States. Stay tuned.
Here is a link: Jay Bookman