A Permission Slip From The U.N.

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    A bill that is "voted down by congress" never makes it to the President's desk.
    How doea the President veto a bill that does not make it to his desk?
     
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    To M14 Shooter: The fact that Republicans reversed the veto procedure to save the United Nations only means that the Iran Deal still requires a presidential veto should Congress object with 67 no votes. Should the sewer rat ignore the 67 no votes —— in effect challenge the Constitution —— by refusing to go back to Congress and try to get 67 yes votes —— as he should have done had the Iran Treaty been submitted as a treaty he will create a mess that will be settled by the court. Whether or not that nest of traitors in the Senate, and on the Supreme Court, will stand up to the United Nations is another question.
     
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    Bad luck for Senator Schumer who can no longer help the president by double-talking his position. It is worst luck for the Iran Deal because the lies are getting harder to tell. Most of all it is bad luck for John Kerry who made a fool of himself when he told Congress:

    “Under the United States' initiative, Qassem Soleimani will never be relieved of any sanctions."​

    On the bright side it is always good luck for Americans whenever the United Nations is exposed for the fraud it is:


    Exclusive: Quds Force commander Soleimani visited Moscow, met Russian leaders in defiance of sanctions
    By Jennifer Griffin, Lucas Tomlinson
    Published August 06, 2015

    Exclusive Quds Force commander Soleimani visited Moscow met Russian leaders in defiance of sanctions Fox News
     
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    Yup, Schumer, Sherman, Engel and other republicans...... Oh yeah, They're not republicans. So why would they be opposed? Could it be that they're evil Jews or will be portrayed as such by the right wing..... Oops, left wing?
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    Now you're talking out of your paranoid ass.... again......
     
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    Oh oops let me change that to loony republicans and a few foolish Democrats.
     
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    Soooo, why are they foolish.......? Evil Jews?
     
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    Because the other countries are not going to drop out of the deal, so whatever congress says will have no impact. It's nothing more than grandstanding. And most of the planet agrees with the deal.
     
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    I'd actually have to look at the deal...... If only I cared any longer......
    Though it's sadly funny how the west still deals with Islamic nations while still mired in western thought....... attributing that thought to the Islamic nations.......
     
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    They can deal with Islamic nations however they want. I would prefer that America leave them to it, and worry about our own backyard instead of the other side of the planet.
     

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