It's Inexplicable! The US Senate Delivers Nuclear Weapons to the Terrorist State of Iran on the Anniversary of 9/11
Despite the best efforts of who knows how many people, the inexplicable has happened. On the day before the 14th anniversary of 9/11, the United States Senate sustained the Iranian Nuclear Deal, freeing Barack Hussein Obama to lift sanctions on the Iranian regime, which will for the most part immediately provide them with between $100 billion and $150 billion. It can now be said that the United States Senate -- and we would not be inaccurate to emphasize Senate Democrats, although the Republicans are as complicit.
This is just... It's inexplicable. The whole thing is inexplicable. There is so much that doesn't make any sense anymore. So much in our politics that's happening every day doesn't make sense to people anymore. And no matter how artful you are at explaining it, it still doesn't make sense. It doesn't make sense because it appears that we've lost patriots. It appears our government is not filled with patriots anymore. That's what's inexplicable.
Oh, you can come up with, "Well, the donors are insisting on this," or, "They're a bunch of elites and they have their own reasons for doing this," or, "Rush, they don't care anymore about average, ordinary Americans, anymore. That's what happens with elites! The higher they climb the ladder in politics, by definition, the farther away they get from the people they represent. They lose touch." Okay. Fine. It still doesn't explain this. I mean, you can explain the Trump phenomenon. You can complain a lot.
But you can't make sense of the United States president and the United States Senate assisting the world's leading terrorist regime securing nuclear weapons. You can't explain that! I couldn't explain it to anybody if I tried, not in a way that makes any sense. I mean, you can tell them what happened. You can give them all the possibilities. But, after that, people are still going to say, "Well, why? Why would anyone want the Iranians to have a nuke?" Okay, well, the first part of that question is: Why would Obama want that?
That's who's driving this. Okay, so why would Obama want the Iranians to have a nuke? Well, you can answer the question in a number of ways, which I have. But it's not going to satisfy anybody. Because at the end of the day, they're still going to get nukes, and it doesn't make sense! It doesn't make any kind of common sense whatsoever if you come from a position where the United States has the moral authority to be the good guys. If you believe that, this doesn't make any sense.
Okay, so why does Obama want Iran to have nukes?
Well, you could say a low-information voter asks the question. "Well, Obama thinks that we don't have the right to tell anybody they can or can't have nukes! It's not our job. Just because we're a big country and a large economy, doesn't give us the right to tell people what they can and can't do." "Oh! Oh! Well, I might agree with that." You do? You don't think that there's good and evil in the world and that we are on the good side, and that evil must be stopped, evil must be opposed? Even if you don't think that, do you think evil must be aided? Do you think evil must be assisted?
Even if you believe, as today's leftists and Democrats want you to believe, that there's nothing special about America and that we have no right to tell any other country what they can and can't do, fine, do you still agree with the concept that we are assisting evil in acquiring weapons? Do you have a problem at all with the fact that we are helping, we are assisting a genuinely evil regime to acquire the deadliest weapons known to man? Do you have a problem with that?
It's one thing for you to believe we have no right to tell them they can or can't. For you low-information voters and young people, by the way, it wasn't that long ago where the United States was looked to by everybody in the world as the moral authority. The United States was looked at as the leader of the good guys. The United States exemplified the good guys to free people and people yearning to be free all over the world. That's the position we held. And not because it was ordained, but because we earned it. We have achieved it because of the people we are and the kind of country we have.
So now what's happened, even if other nations do not want the Iranians to succeed in ultimately producing a nuclear weapon, we have pledged to assist Iran in opposing any other nation that might take action to stop Iran. We have literally made it possible for the Iranian regime to eventually become a full-fledged nuclear weapon nation. And it's inexplicable. The Republican Party had numerous tools at its disposal to stop this and chose not to use them. The Republican Party treated this as though it were another budget bill or another potential government shutdown.
But this isn't. This isn't just another bill. This isn't just another temporary stopgap to make sure Social Security checks continue to flow. This is about validating and awarding a terrorist regime, the leading sponsor of terror in the world, and assisting them, helping them to acquire nuclear weapons. Now, some may say, even some well-intentioned people might say, "But we can't stop them. There's nothing we can do. It's going to happen, anyway, Rush. We might as well do this in a way where we have some involvement, don't you think?"
No. Not if the involvement is that we're helping. Not if the involvement is that we're assisting. Not if the involvement essentially is we're making it possible and then paying them in the process. Plus, who says it's inevitable they're going to get a nuclear weapon? Who says that? That's caving immediately. That's giving in. That's not even representative of an attitude of fighting it and opposing it.
Anyway, no matter what you come up with to explain this to people who don't understand, you can't make them understand it because it makes no sense. And then when you add the Republicans to this mix and you start trying to explain to people why the Republican leadership did not use the tools at their disposal to stop it, then you really can't make sense of it. And none of it makes any sense. There's not a single person out there that can answer these questions for us anywhere, on TV, in a column, and make all of us go, "Oh, well, okay, now I understand it." That person, that reason doesn't exist because this is inexplicable.http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2...versary_of_9_11
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