Prior to a vote by Senate Democrats on the Obama Administration’s nuclear deal with Iran, Republican U.S. Senator, Marco Rubio spoke on the Senate floor about why it letting the deal go through wouldn’t be in our best interests or of the threat it poses to American’s now and its future generations.
Yesterday was the 14th ‘anniversary’ of 9/11 when the mainland of the United States was attacked at the World Trade Center by terrorists. What a more fitting tribute to the first responders of 9/11 and the servicemen and women who protect us from enemies, foreign and domestic, than the song that made Lee Greenwood famous. After years, the 2 main masterminds behind the attack are no longer a threat, but the United States will never be the same!
Some 2996 people were killed, including the 19 attack perpetrators, in what changed the security and the innocence of the United States forever. But for a time shortly following the attacks, most Americans were brothers and sisters who walked hand in hand. What happened?
Paul Ryan spoke this morning on C-span as the house debated the Iranian deal. Actually, there was not enough support in the senate so that this is likely an unnecessary vote, but it gives one an idea that the President of the United States is doing, NOT what the people want, but rather, what HE wants or what the SENATE wants.
The House of Representatives showed that they are powerless to promote THIS legislation. Quite frankly, I’m quite disappointed that the people I elect as Senators, are too busy playing partisan politics than they are representing me.
Not a Hillary Clinton fan, I must say that I was pleasantly surprised when I saw this. Like many other GOP candidates, she will be wary of any Iranian attempts to obtain a nuclear weapon. Willing to use force should the need arise, Hillary Clinton will use force as a last option and shows says that she will call Iran on it’s past and present misdeeds and require that they verify. “The United States will never allow you to obtain a nuclear weapon.”
Many thought this wasn’t going to happen ever again in the United States, only for many of us to find out that a flourish of a pen doesn’t solve every problem.