March 17, 2015 A Cheeky Letter (Tanka) 22 Comments A cheeky letter Congressmen sent to Iran Not very funny Preferring war over peace They commit acts of treason . ~~ Dominic R. DiFrancesco ~~ Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestRedditEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Dom DiFrancesco in Poetry Tagged: 47 senators, America, letter to Iran, nuclear talks with Iran, republican, tanka, treason, United States
Anything to mess up Obama… And then they tell us, that the 47 congress people were right…
I’m certainly not an Obama apologist, but their action has taken things way too far. Undermining a sitting president in the middle of serious negotiations is inexcusable.
If he was giving an apple a day to people… The Right would complain…
You’re absolutely right, they would, in these cases it isn’t just business, it’s definitely personal.
Cheeky must be the nicest adjective I’ve seen used about this letter.
I actually heard someone in an interview use that word to describe the letter…I just can remember who it was. I found it to be an odd choice as well.
Sounds like a nice way. Maybe that or the person was simply amused by the whole thing.
I suppose though I found absolutely nothing amusing about it…perhaps a warped sense of humor.
Yeah. Though I’m at the point where I only wonder what’s next.
Whatever it is I’m sure it won’t be good.
Thank you my friend, unfortunately it was far more damaging than funny.
That’s what we have when both sides take untenable positions; and insist on being right–dead right.
This is true, there is no diplomacy or compromise from either side, but these individuals took it to a whole different level.
I’m disgusted with both sides. Our allies must think we’re complete and total fools.
Sadly, I’m sure we do, I’ve never seen anything close to this in my lifetime. Even all the scandals with the Clinton administration never came close to this fiasco.
yes, an outrage….!
Indeed it is Holly, thank you.
I don’t understand how their letter is even legal – it seems seditious to me!!!
It is, these people need to be held accountable for undermining the good-faith business of the United States…it’s just ridiculous.
And – people voted for them…
Yes they did and I really don’t understand why they vote against their own best interests.