Iran letter: Treason or Hypocrisy?

There is a temptation here to give this whole mess a simple talk radio name. “letter gate,” the “Cotton Coup” or the “Netanyahu Surprise.” I like that one simply because it describes the school girl swoon the Republicans have now that they have full abandoned our own president, shoved aside the constitution and how treaties are forced and pushed themselves, for the first time in our history, to the forefront of international diplomacy. Congress persons have always had a certain roll, to be fair, but never by posturing themselves in opposition so publically and aggressively to purposely embarrass the President and unilaterally drive their own international agenda as a dual government.

Don’t like Obama? If that’s the case you may thing this is all about nothing, and that if Obama is so incompetent, or evil in siding with the evil god-hating anti-MeriKan Muslim Mullahs of Iran, then congress should instigate a paper coup and drawn the nation’s proverbial wagons around the 51st state of Israel and their playhouse President Netanyahu. However, if you are not a complete and total idiot…No.

No use in belaboring an endless distraction from growing and pressing real issues; the pundits will play and distract the nation with treason. Real treason has occurred in this nation. Corporations and banks commit treason every day. Halliburton under Cheney was working with the Iranians and Iraqis during US-led and sponsored sanctions and nothing happened. The financial crisis of 2008 which nearly sank the nation put America’s future and security at risk: Not a single arrest. HSBC actually held and shielded accounts for drug cartels and Al Qaeda. Their management should have been dragged into the street and sumari… whew, almost got carried away.

Anyway, it comes down to something simple that even Republicans can understand. They like to filter everything through a corporate business perversion. So, company A is negotiating with company B. The accounting department hates their own CEO, who is conducting the negotiation to a contract. Amid those contract negotiations, a number of salaried accountants decide to disrupt the contract by making it known that they hate the CEO so much that any contract created won’t be followed by part of Company A. The rest of the business world sees that and no longer will do business with Company A, because who can trust them?

It is treason. Congress can make its disagreements known to their constituents and to the president, but when they invite a foreign leader to speak and afford that foreign leader more respect than their own. When they deride and call him all sorts of dastardly names and when they break both protocol and the constitutional separation of powers-law- that is treason. Sorry, Lefties, however. If this government is so deep in the sack with a large bank who also cozies up and does business with our supposed enemies, the ones who committed the September 11 attacks (feeling played yet) then nobody will be held accountable here either.

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