Obama: family feud over Iran deal

Just like a family gathering or reunion with a little tiff, a little nuclear tiff.

Obama: US-Israel Family Feud Will Abate When Iran Deal in Place

Saturday, 29 Aug 2015 | Newsmax

President Barack Obama is comparing tensions between the U.S. and Israel over the Iranian nuclear deal to a family feud and says he expects quick improvements in ties between the longtime allies once the accord is implemented.

“Like all families, sometimes there are going to be disagreements,” Obama said Friday in a webcast with Jewish Americans. “And sometimes people get angrier about disagreements in families than with folks that aren’t family.”

The president’s comments came as momentum for the nuclear accord grew on Capitol Hill, where lawmakers will vote next month on a resolution to disapprove of the deal. Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., became the 30th senator to publicly back the agreement, saying Friday that it was a good deal for America and for allies like Israel.

The looming congressional confrontation has sparked a summer of intense debate between supporters and opponents of the nuclear accord. The deliberations have also divided Jewish Americans, with leaders of many organizations expressing concern about long-term damage to the community.

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Oh, because we are good family members is why they are opposed to his deal? Yes, if we weren’t so close, Israel wouldn’t be so upset. Then why were Arabs/Saudis so against it?

With just 34 votes, Democrats could block the bill to prevent the Iran Deal. Obama compares it to a family feud. He’s so confident Israel will be right back on board once the deal is lodged into place. What an arrogant soul he is, if he has one. How is it, too, that he can speak for another sovereign country? Yet he used none of that prophetic vision in negotiating the deal. Why, it was to get a deal at any cost. Any deal that is.

But this is his M/O after all: scorched easrth politics at any cost, then assume the opponent will just live with it after he gets his way. The means to that end is lying, early and often.

After lighting the Mid East ablaze, Obama reaches for the marshmallows and says relax, enjoy the show and don’t worry about the effects, it’ll all be good. You’ll get used to it.

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16 comments on “Obama: family feud over Iran deal

  1. Hardnox says:

    The prick can never tell the truth about anything in 7 years, why would he start now? We all knew this was going to be a shit sandwich before we knew the details.

    The asshat keeps shining the turd but the luster will never occur. In the meantime, the Iranians are funneling money to our elected officials via lobbyists. Stay tuned.

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    • Bullright says:

      Nox, wow did he make sure it was the nastiest sandwich he could make. I’m told that no one in the ME trusts him, or believes him. Yet he makes us all accept this sandwich?

      If he can make this sound like a good deal, then, to his Dems that’s about all he needs. Dirtbag that he is. Most resent Israel. But that money from Iranians, ha ha surprise, the opposite of what they always blame Israel for. Interesting.

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  2. Davetherave says:

    Barry considers Israel family eh? Though they share/shared the same view; Barry is a little more indirect than Hitler. Oh yeah; passing a POS deal makes everyone settle down that hated the POS deal to begin with. There’s that liberal logic showing up again.

    I’m sure once the deal is approved Bibi will have Barry over for some Matzo Ball soup…

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    • Bullright says:

      Dave, I guess we need him to define family now. His Kenyan relatives will like that. Right, It’s insulting. The problem isn’t the deal but the disagreement with him. A 6th grader could have done a better deal. (just calling it a deal is an insult)

      He would have been running out in front of Chamberlain saying its all over and done. Dave, I don’t know which is worse, the deal itself or his prancing around patting himself about it. And how quiet Jarrett is about it.

      Oh the problem couldn’t be the deal or details. That logic shows is right. Then worst part is as Saudis turn to talk to Israel, bastid sticks his nose in there telling them there is nothing to worry about. Only a delusional acid trip could make it look like a great deal. And he calls climate change a bigger problem?

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      • Davetherave says:

        Barry’s Kenyan relatives will like it, but I wonder about Moochelle’s kin folk in Northern Ireland? 🙂

        I’d really rather not get into the details of Barry prancing around and patting himself. Bastid has already scarred my brain enough!

        The problem couldn’t be in the details. Or could it? What details? We have no details and per the Kerry and Barry Show, “We don’t need no sticking details.” I think this administration just out did itself on the most absurd action to date. A nuke deal that congress gets no details, but pass it and trust us. Talking about a house with no foundation…wow…

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  3. the unit says:

    Being sort of an expat from my family, I find this interesting.
    Iran deal a family feud.
    Family feud history from Wiki…
    “The second recorded instance of violence in the feud occurred thirteen years later, in 1878, after a dispute about the ownership of a hog: Floyd Hatfield, a cousin of Devil Anse’s, had the hog, but Randolph McCoy claimed it was his,[5] saying that the “notches” (markings) on the pig’s ears were McCoy, not Hatfield, marks.”

    OK, let’s see Obama, Israel, and Iran fight over the ownership of a hog! Dog leg maybe?

    “The feud escalated after Roseanna McCoy entered a relationship (courtship) with Devil Anse Hatfield’s son Johnson, known as “Johnse” (spelled “Jonce” in some sources), leaving her family to live with the Hatfields in West Virginia.”

    So it was family bickering too. I guess it all over now. Like Obama’s transformed U.S. and Israel will be over one day?

    Just a Sunday funny idea, not cutting the mustard of any B.S. or solution to it. 🙂

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    • Bullright says:

      Oh, I sure hope that isn’t the prototype he has in mind. Sure we’ll get over it. I guess he wants to make sure the relationship is beyond repair. LOL I guess he underestimates family feuds. Facts is stubborn things. 🙂

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  4. the unit says:

    Expat family man sparing details. Still in spite of reasons…while I miss my family…facts is stubborn things. I am what I am, I’m Popeye the Sailor Man. 🙂

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  5. the unit says:

    I guess what I wrote sounds weird. It’s no manifesto. Just a sadness caught up with me from many years ago. I have fleas I wouldn’t even hurt. 🙂 Sorry for my feelings let loose here y’all.

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  6. peppermintfarm says:

    Oh so Israel will forgive and forget this rotten deal? LOL! Barry has become completely unglued. As you and i have shared Bull, we both know exactly how the Israels feel about this deal. My friend there became unglued over this.

    Even if his own party votes against him, he’s going to do something else to keep it in place from what I read. He’s a rat bastard.

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    • Bullright says:

      Yes Pepp, he’s a rat bastard — of the first order. Any way he can. If anyone thought he was dumb and didn’t know what he was doing, this just ruled out that possibility. He takes a certain satisfaction in this, especially the ramming it executive-style part.

      Didn’t Valerie warn us about their “payback” revenge system of retaliation at opponents. I think they are down to calling the last handful of Demos to oppose Obama’s deal. Their phones are going to be red hot. And Bastid skips off to the arctic getting ready for his climate fiasco. What a bully.

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