Though I’m not sure who said it first, there’s an expression which goes something like “The dead don’t know they’re dead. It’s the same for stupid people.” Which I think of whenever Chris Cuomo’s RDF (resting douche face) pops up on a screen. Unfortunate to be so stupid only to interview one as wise as Bibi Netanyahu. A man who has as many craps to give as Cuomo has intelligent insight. And friends. Bibi graced Cuomo’s show to talk about Iran and all the ways the nuke deal with the terrorist-prone country is a bad idea.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu contends the world is not safer with the Iran nuclear deal: "The whole premise that this deal somehow guarantees a safer, more moderate Iran is wrong" https://t.co/O7bUoWFRj1 pic.twitter.com/1bAf74vUBS
— New Day (@NewDay) May 1, 2018
Chris: “We put this deal together assuming they’d [Iran] try to cheat. Nobody went into it with their eyes closed, but it’s better than nothing. Also, if you buy my ebook, I’ll give you 15% off my copy of Hooked on Phonics. Buy now and I’ll throw in a pair of my finest fuzzy socks.”
Bibi: “There are many premises that are incorrect in your statement. The fact that you have a dangerous deal, that Iran isn’t violating this dangerous deal, doesn’t make the deal less dangerous. Also, your parents should’ve used a condom.”
Iran is not going to be a docile neighbor, as Bibi says. Because they’re not a docile nation. See also UH OH: Iran Hacked Obama’s State Department During Iran Deal Negotiations. Media? and Cut Deals? Well, This is What Iran is Doing to our Navy Now. Asking them pretty please to be nice to everyone and not develop a nuclear weapon, despite their history of arming terrorists, arming Israel’s enemies, on top of oppressing their own people, is poppycock. Which Bibi resoundingly proved yesterday when he revealed his nation of verifiable badasses infiltrated Iran and found a cache of evidence Iran is, in fact, planning on developing a nuclear weapon.
We can argue all day long about the United States’ involvement in the global theater. It’s a fair debate. However, Israel, as a nation, has every right to be concerned about neighboring countries which hate Israel, developing weapons of mass destruction like a nuke. With which they’d likely use against Israel. Kind of like it’s a fair concern if one of your neighbors is setting up a meth lab in his basement. Now just replace “meth lab” with grenades which your neighbor pelts at your house all the live long day and night. Just imagine your Neighborhood Watch community giving that neighbor permission to explore nuclear materials. Uh huh.