Good for something?<quoted text>Obammy is finally good at something!!! He makes Pinnochio and Bernie Madden look honest.
ObamaÂs mendacity is not limited to domestic policy. It operates in foreign affairs as well.
Several commentators this week recalled Democratic Sen. Robert MenendezÂs angry response to the Obama administrationÂs attempt to block Senate passage of sanctions against Iran in December 2011.
Expressing disgust at the administrationÂs bad faith to the Senate, Menendez noted that before the White House tried to defeat the legislation, it first forced senators to water it down, making them believe that the White House would support a weaker bill. In the end, despite the White HouseÂs opposition, the Senate and House passed the watered-down sanctions bills with veto-proof majorities. Obama reluctantly signed the bill into law and then bragged about having passed Âcrippling sanctionsÂ on Iran.
As was the case with Obamacare, the White House knows that most Americans wonÂt support its policy of doing nothing to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
So the White House never says that this is its policy. Obama and his advisers insist that preventing Iran from becoming a nuclear power is a central goal of the administration. But their actions move US policy in the opposite direction. And if they get caught on the lies after Iran gets the bomb, well, Obama wonÂt be facing reelection, so he will pay no price for his duplicity.
Hmmmm....could that be what Obammy was referring to when he promised he'd be "flexible after election?"
Like destroying the Republican Party.