Thursday, September 3, 2015

Whose Side Are You On?

That’s the question for Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR).

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, part of his weeklong trip to Israel.


“Today’s meeting only reaffirms my opposition to this deal,” Cotton said in a statement after the meeting. “I will stand with Prime Minister Netanyahu and Israel and work with my colleagues in Congress to stop this deal and to ensure that Israel has the means to defend itself against Iran and its terrorist surrogates.”

I’m just imagining the shitstorm that would have come raining down if a Democratic senator had gone to France in 2002 and pronounced that he stood with the opponents of invading Iraq.  The Republicans would have tried to arrest him for treason.  This guy gets a selfie with Bibi.

3 barks and woofs on “Whose Side Are You On?

  1. My Congresscritter took a similar trip and got similarly propagandized, though she doesn’t make as much noise about it.

  2. As much as I try to understand this Iran “thing”, I still cannot fathom how an American Congress elected to represent the residents of this country are allowing a foreign official to involve himself in our affairs.

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