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The people to whom I’ve always been most attracted are the folks who understand, “To learn is to change.”  Five words representing a lifelong personal evolution through the constant accumulation of knowledge.  That understanding engenders a comfort in one’s own skin.  It breeds an abhorrence of expediency – political and otherwise.  It is the opposite of fear.To learn is to change

Well my friends, I’m disgusted and I mean miles beyond being a little put out.  I’m talking full-blown, no holes barred, bile encrusted D.I.S.G.U.S.T.!  The genesis of this disgust is the unmitigated revulsion I feel toward the porcine anal seepage passing for our political leadership over the Iranian nuclear containment agreement.

Here’s the way my simple mind processes this issue.  There are only four possible avenues with which to approach the Iranian issue:

  1. Let Iran have a nuclear weapon with a breakout period as soon as two months from now.
  2. Implement the Iranian containment agreement negotiated by the P5 + 1 and ratified by the U.N. Security Council by an unheard of vote 15 – 0.
  3. Attempt to strategically take out the Iranian nuclear facilities for a couple of years by bombing.
  4. Invade and occupy Iran indefinitely.

Those are the four scenarios. Nothing more.  The lip service of going back to the negotiation table after reimplementation of sanctions is nonsensical political pandering.  The defensive excuse of “objections of conscience” is meaningless unless the personal motivation is one of war based upon a commitment of intervention in some fashion.  This is the overwhelming expectation of the Arab world and quite frankly, it is an expectation that is deserved based upon our blind adventurism since 9/11.

Iran deal 2015Russia and China are straining at the reins to do business with Iran.  The billions in Iranian money will be released no matter what happens with this agreement.  Without the agreement, the breakout time for a nuclear device will be measured in months, not years.

With this non-proliferation agreement, a nuclear Iran is ten to fifteen years in the future with limitless possibilities for disarmament, regime change, or military intervention.

While the Republican Party is virtually unanimous in its weak-mindedness regarding the Iran deal, Democrats do not get a pass.  There are more than a few who have tested the political winds and decided to shirk both responsibility and reality.  Most notable of these is Sen. Chuck Schumer, who also just happened to vote for the Iraq War in 2003.Boehner and Netanyahu

It is curious how the Iranian deal is playing out in public with Netanyahu prancing to the “well of the House” to spread Republican sanctioned misinformation in order to influence American foreign policy.  Here’s my theory:

The run up to the Iraq War was played out in the secretive confines of the Bush Oval Office.  It was the perfect storm of war where the interests of the Israeli lobby and the Saudi royal family converged.  There are stories after stories of the influence the Israelis and the Saudis brought to bear as we blindly rushed into a decade of war.

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Have you ever received a large denomination gift card from a place at which you would never, ever, not in a million years, darken the doors?  You can’t regift because no one you know would ever shop there and to boot, you hate to shop.

About ten years ago, I was given a large gift card from Cabela’s.  I don’t hunt, fish, trap, or otherwise find myself aroused at the thought of proving my manhood by inflicting pain upon sensate beings with brains the size of peas.  Call me crazy, I just can’t bring myself to kill for pleasure, but what to do with the two hundred, fifty dollar gift card?

Inside a Cabela's...

Inside a Cabela’s…

If you don’t know, Cabela’s is quite the experience.  Every once living creature has been stuffed and taxidermied into an eternal, glassy-eyed stare, not unlike the look given when Sarah Palin is asked, “What magazines do you enjoy?”

Staring eye-to-eye with a stuffed bipedal polar bear in a frozen state of hors d’oeuvre salivation is not my idea of a fun shopping excursion, but I had that gift card burning a hole in my pocket.  And so I shopped, randomly selecting things with reckless abandon since it didn’t cost me a thing.  There was no consequence to my actions – it was a legalized “drive-by looting” with a $250.00 cap.  It didn’t hurt me, it didn’t hurt the animals, and it was a free space in the great capitalist continuum.

That is exactly what is happening on the historic Iran nuclear deal.  The Republican presidential hordes, along with the Republican congressional swarm of pitchfork wielders, have a free space – it costs nothing for them to roll around on the floor gnashing their chompers for all to witness.  They can pander, aggrandize, exaggerate, and disassemble.  They can appeal to the basic instincts of the peacock-brained crowd.  Reckless abandon doesn’t cost them a thing.  Having an iota of expectation for them beyond that is the equivalent of believing Cabela’s will soon be a petting zoo.  Ain’t gonna happen.

Either inside a Cabela's or the mind of a Neo-con...who knows?

Either inside a Cabela’s or the mind of a Neo-con…who knows?

As I listen to the likes of Tom Cotton, who, after thirty-seven minutes in the Senate, was cued-up to denounce the agreement two nanoseconds after it was announced, I hear Rumsfeldian double-speak.  Cotton, unburdened by not having read a word of the agreement, is enigmatic of the voices who banged the drum for invading Iraq in 2002 and 2003.  Then there’s Lady Lindsey almost tripping over a malfunctioning hoop skirt to declare in full breathless vapors, “I do declare this is the unkindest thing that cad who calls himself Obama has ever done.”  Then there’s Jeb! the always excitable boy who declared, “No one should ever make deals with dictators!”  He should know from bargaining with dictators since he is genetically programmed to do so given both his father and brother did that exact thing when they were the Bushes potted at 1600.

I won’t even try to get into the nuance and minutiae of the agreement since like all climate change denying Republicans, “I’m not a scientist.”  What I am is a “long-memoried librul” who finds utter disgust in hearing the same “mushroom cloud, me Tarzan, them Jane, testosterone-infused, horse hockey” last heard thirteen years ago when we waltzed into a quagmire costing perhaps a half million lives and wasting three trillion dollars.

Iran Uranium enrichment

Boil the criticisms of these clowns down to the nubbins and what you have is, “If I was the President, I could have gotten a better deal,” a logic like, “If a bullfrog had wings he wouldn’t bump his ass each time he jumped.”  Most of these jokers have never negotiated a used car, but they somehow believe somewhere hidden in their hubris lies a shrewd negotiator capable of besting Putin, the Chinese, the Iranians, Germany, France, Great Britain, and the EU all at once.  Let’s just say these “wannabe” stellar negotiators won’t be driving off with any new floor mats in their 1972 Gremlins and Chevettes.

There are loads of articles explaining the deal here, here, here, and here.  There is none better than this one, explaining the sheer folly of those who, as they did with Iraq, believe bringing Iran to heel will merely take a couple of bombing missions and we can call it good in a matter of hours.  Remember when Darth Cheney said we would be greeted as Iraq liberators with flowers at our feet?  Well, he and his ilk are again proclaiming, “The only bad war is one we haven’t yet started.”

Iran reducing Uranium Stockpile

These war-lusting ninnies believe if they say it in their hermetically sealed conference rooms at the Heritage Foundation, it will suddenly be made so in the sands of the Middle East.  Their inanity exterminated the only counter-balancing top line predator in the region, thereby unleashing the hegemonic wiles of the hard-line, America-hating, Iranian Shiite mullahs.

Unlike the run up to the Iraq War, if there is one good byproduct in this whole episode, it is that Netanyahu can’t depend upon the mouths of Bushites to call for war.  There is no corner in the Oval Office in which Bebe can hide this time – he has to be the one out front saying, “America, I have another little errand for which I need to borrow your military and your treasury.”  Netanyahu is overplaying his hand when a majority of Americans want a negotiated deal.

Iran Nuclear facilities allowed to operate

Next year I hope the voters remember the Republicans who tried to give us an Iranian gift card and convince us it was a free space without consequence.  Losing untold lives and trillions of dollars has a tendency to leave scars – we best remember their cause.

As always, your thoughts on any subject are encouraged and welcomed.

 

Good afternoon Widdershins. The “Elderly Testosterone-inhibited Personage of the December Solstice” — a prolixous way of saying, “Old Man Winter” just will not give it up. We are expecting perhaps a foot of snow this evening after four to six inches of rain plus all-time record low temperatures — floods, they are a’comin’ and yesterday was the anniversary of the tornado that completely chewed-up and destroyed our little town. Perhaps if Sen. Jim Inhofe were hog-tied to the newly replaced flagpole in our town square, as the leading Koch-head climate change denier, he might exhibit Jethro Bodine’s acumen for science or at least Jed Clampett’s commonsense.

Yesterday was a big day. Speaker John Boehner decided it was moderately unseemly to put the nation at risk based upon nothing more than a robust loathing of the President. He called up the funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security. Unfortunately, 167 members of his Republican caucus felt no such embarrassment or no such concern for our safety by voting against the matter. It’s just plain hard to overcome a good case of the Obama “hates”. If not for Nancy Pelosi once again riding to the rescue, Boehner would have found himself corseted and astraddle of the railroad tracks.

There was another thing happening in Washington yesterday. Something no one, not a single solitary soul, can recall ever netanyahu shifty eyeshappening before. John Boehner, the same one doing his best Nell Fenwick on the railroad tracks, cheekily welcomed Bibi Netanyahu to the well of the People’s House to challenge the foreign policy of this country.

All I could think about was the Eagles’ song Lyin’ Eyes and its refrain:

You can’t hide your lyin’ eyes
And your smile is a thin disguise.
I thought by now you’d realize there ain’t no way to hide your lyin’ eyes.

As a way to explain yesterday’s breach of protocol and seditious assault on our national sovereignty, I’ll use some of the words of Lyin’ Eyes to elaborate.  That is if you will suffer the not-so-poetic license I’ll employ.

You see, Bibi “just seemed to find out early how to open doors with just a smile.” His invitation to speak before a joint session was conjured between Boehner and Ron Dermer, the new Israeli U.S. Ambassador. Dermer is a graduate of the Frank Luntz Finishing School of Sewer Politics where the proud motto is “the biggest turd always travels the fastest“.

Netanyahu knows that “every form of refuge has it price” since a joint session of Congress was the way to cushion his falling popularity in the upcoming Israeli election, but Bibi knew he was “headed for the cheatin’ side of town”. What Netanyahu needed to convey back home was simple — he has so badly handled the relationship with the Obama Administration, he had to show he could go over the head of Obama and appeal directly to Congress. Trouble is — there are Generals, the Mossad, former officials, other candidates, Cabinet secretaries, and a majority of Israeli voters who lay the blame squarely on Netanyahu’s shoulders and have publicly stated his decision to speak was a mistake.

netanyahu bombBibi “wonders how it ever got this crazy? Did he get tired or did he just get lazy? He’s so far gone he feels just like a fool.” The premise of Netanyahu’s speech is incredibly inane. Inane is too urbane a word — his whole premise is something just short of a Three Stooges retrospective. Here’s Netanyahu’s logic: Although no deal has yet been negotiated, Netanyahu says whatever the deal might be, it must be rejected.

This leaves two prongs on the Lyin’ Eyes decision tree. Prong One is the incredibly asinine Bibi theory that proceeds like this: Iran is run by crazy, suicidal, apocalyptic mullahs who will suddenly awake under economic pressures of greater sanctions and suddenly, afore-noted craziness aside, come to the realization that electricity for the majority of their country is not such a big deal after all.

Prong Two will ring familiar. It is the military, occupation, regime change option. Since Iran starts with an “I” just like Iraq — all we have to do is dust off those plans since they worked so well last time. Just bombing the sites will delay the enrichment program two to three years at the most. The only long-term solution is forcibly ousting the theocratic Irani leadership and replacing them with something more suitable to Netanyahu’s preferences. Maybe Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld could be on the pledge rush committee? What can go wrong? The last time we installed a Shah everyone seemed to think it was a great idea.

Bibi “gets up and pours himself a strong one and stares out at the stars up in the sky. Another night, it’s gonna be a long one. He draws the shade and hangs his head to cry.” Netanyahu’s ability to forecast the future is as audacious as a slug’s pole vaulting ability. In 1992, as a member of the Knesset, Bibi said, “Iran will have an atomic weapon in three to five years.” In a 1995 book, Bibi wrote, “Iran will have an atomic weapon in three to five years.” That was twenty years ago.

Something more Cheney-esque and cogent to this review is Bibi’s strategic analysis in 2002. One year and one day after Cheney and Netanyahu9/11, September 12, 2002, Bibi, occupying an all important pivot position during a Cheney/Rumsfeld congressional circle jerk, declared Saddam Hussein had WMDs and was actively pursuing a nuclear arsenal. Thirteen years later Bibi made no mention of his 2002 Congressional testimony and his rush to war.

My, oh my, you sure know how to arrange things. You set it up so well, so carefully. Ain’t it funny how your new life didn’t change things. You’re still the same old person you used to be.” Yesterday was Netanyahu’s declaration of war. He made it clear he will act alone knowing full well the U.S., as a doting big brother, will come to the rescue.

But here’s the thing — these negotiations are not between the U.S. and Iran. These negotiations are among the P5 + 1 — U.K., France, Russia, China, U.S., plus Germany. Netanyahu didn’t just call Obama an incompetent fool yesterday. He didn’t just call the State Department a bunch of pikers. What he did was to arrogantly call out all the countries participating in these talks. He also offered not one whit of advice on how we negotiate around the five other powers if we go it alone. Forget a coalition. Forget funding. Forget U.N. participation. The Iranian war and occupation will be on our blood and our dime.

Bibi, “you can’t hide your lyin’ eyes”.

If there is shame in all of this and shame had a color, it should be orange. John Boehner wears it so well.

Take the conversation in any direction you might like.

Good afternoon Widdershins. I hope everyone is safe from the Snowapocalageddonkardashian Storm. For those deniers of climate change, it will prove even though they aren’t scientists, the scientists aren’t either — a syllogism constructed with the logic picked from the brain of that great rhetorician, Pee Wee Herman.

News broke over the weekend that the Brothers Koch are going to dig into the sofa cushions and spend nearly $1.0 Billion — $889 Million to be exact — in the 2016 election cycle. While $889 Million is the amount to which they are admitting, there is no accounting of the additional organizations formed under Sections 501(c)(4) and (6) where the donations will be freshly laundered and all identities neatly repressed. So the $1.0 Billion figure might be on the light side.

Lest it goes unnoticed, this Koch-load of money is three times what the Democratic Party and double what the Republican Koch Network of Affiliated OrganizationsParty spent in 2012. The Koch spider-web of affiliated organizations now includes a national field operation and a centralized technology and policy operation.

The Koch hootenanny was held at Rancho Mirage, California, where the well-heeled were regaled by the Koch pin-up boyz — Walker: Wisconsin Ranger, Jebba the Bush, Marco Polo Rubio, the sneer that calls itself Ted Cruz, and Rand, son of Ron, Paul.

About 400 wealthy conservative cardinals gathered for the conclave and were eager to write checks for the group’s libertarian views. Of course these views are understandable when you consider these poor, put upon and abused translucent white men who have had to overcome the disadvantage of being a zygote hatched just a shade shy of Fort Knox.

This entire effort is what a coup de tete looks like in slow motion. Beginning within 6 weeks of Obama’s 2009 inauguration, once the Bush bank bailouts were an ongoing certainty, the Tea Party sprang up like mushrooms after a spring shower and were almost entirely Koch financed. Since then state legislative wins resulting in congressional gerrymandering and voting restrictions have become the new normal. All have been largely a product of the Koch financed web of organizations. The ensuing stagnation and obstruction in Congress is as good as it gets for those wanting to rein in any type of regulation whether it be environmental or financial in nature.

This is my question to the Brothers Koch: The last six years have been the most financially successful in Koch Industries’ history — you took the $100 million or so inherited from your father — and now you have a combined worth of something north of $130 Billion. This has been accomplished in the face of what you consider staggering, stultifying regulation. How much in excess of $130 Billion would a regulation-free government afforded you — in other words, what enjoyment or aggrandizement would the loss of environmental protection and financial regulation bought you?

Moving on, let’s for a moment remember back to the ancient history of the 2014 midterm elections. Remember the campaign themes — jobs, jobs, jobs. That was the promise of the Republicans and was to be job one. Let’s go to the tape, shall we?

The first thing out of the hopper in the Senate was the Keystone XL (extra lethal) pipeline. Over in the House it was changing the rules to make it easier to cut folks from disability payments and base economic projections on unicorns and rainbows. Additionally the House Republicans, before they were stopped by the women in their caucus, were planning on a “claim it or keep it” rape provision to celebrate Roe v. Wade — unless a rape was reported to police all pregnancy options would be withheld.

Here’s my question: Can the Democrats capture some of that Patriots’ ball deflation and channel it to speak up in order to make the case, where are the jobs in magical accounting and punishing rape victims?

Iran must use Acme Bomb Company...

Iran must use Acme Bomb Company…

Moving on, the newest installment in the Republicans’ “I hate Obama world tour” is inviting Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to speak to Congress. Allowing the hate to spill over to foreign policy is plowing new ground in Crazy Town. Never mind the invite was without notification to the White House or State Department. Never mind it is during an Israeli election where Netanyahu will once again struggle to cobble together a parliamentary majority. Never mind Netanyahu continues to act like the little brother bully with the ever-protecting big brother. Never mind advocating war with Iran is the last thing the Middle East and the world needs right now. Never mind it turns support for Israel into a partisan political issue.

Here’s my question and you might want to run down to the Lieu des Arches for some Freedom Fries whilst you consider this question posed to the Republican House: What would have been your reaction in 2003 if Nancy Pelosi had invited French President Jacques Chirac to speak in opposition to the Iraq War?

Those are my three questions today. Your questions or comments on any subject are anxiously awaited. Have a great day.

Folks, Madamab is still deluged with work — she misses being part of the discussion, but hopefully next week she will again be able to surface from her dungeon of indentured servitude.  MB, we miss you.

Our preoccupation with domestic politics has overshadowed the unrest in the Middle East.  Without sounding too naive, the world in which we live is one of cultural and social complexity — far too complex for thirty-second sound bites.  It is a world where problems can’t be solved by parochial provincialism half-baked by electoral politics.

I bet you thought I was talking about the U.S. Presidential election — I’m not.

Let’s start with some indisputable facts:  Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s parliamentary coalition lost its largest party in July of this year and he now holds power with a slim twelve seat majority.  His coalition is cobbled together by a mishmash of the hardest of the hard right of Israeli politics.  Netanyahu must stand for election next year if not sooner should his unpopular budget proposals not garner a majority in the next couple of months.  The Israeli electorate is almost evenly divided on what to do about Iran.

With those facts, Netanyahu has tried to play the U.S. election year foreign policy card.  His play is essentially this — against our own interests, the U.S. should abdicate our foreign policy to an Israeli prime minister by acceding to an arbitrary line whereby we would deploy American forces and attack Iran.  Under both republican and democratic administrations, the American people have said an Iran with nuclear capabilities is unacceptable, but now Netanyahu  demands a greater, and as he terms it “clearer,” demarcation of American policy by drawing a line in the sand.

Netanyahu is joined by the usual cast of neocon chicken hawks who demand a “clear” foreign policy manifesto boiling down to the binary decision of “go/no go” for war.  News flash:  The world and foreign affairs do not lend themselves to the intellectual vacuity of binary thinking.

Something not pointed out by the bloviating pundits on this subject is that the binary thinking represented by the “evil-doers” philosophy of the Bush Administration eventually led to the nation-building anathema of Iraq.  (As you will recall, President Bush campaigned on and decried nation building in the 2000 election.)

Without again litigating the folly of killing hundreds of thousands and the trillions of dollars in cost, the “go/no go” philosophy resulting in the Iraq War did one simple thing — it eliminated the Middle Eastern counterweight to Iran. Courtesy of the Iraq War, we did for Ahmadinejad and the mullahs what they could not do for themselves after years of Iraqi/Iranian hostilities — we removed Saddam Hussein, the one unmistakable power who checked Iranian adventurism in the Middle East.

Now we are again asked to engage and commit the U.S. to simple-minded regime change.  Yes, we can hear about the lunacy of the Iranian leaders, but it is no more lunacy than abdicating our foreign policy to a politically impaired Netanyahu.  Someone who dares flex his American political muscle during an election year in order to force our commitment to embroil American soldiers to a multi-front Middle Eastern war.  Such an act lies neither in the heart of an ally nor in a true friend of America.

These demands are the calculated, self-serving manipulation of the American political process by a wrong-headed, bull-willed, selfish operator masquerading as a sycophantic friend.  Not since the days of Eisenhower or Reagan has an Israeli prime minister so deserved open public recrimination, but Netanyahu knows full well it will not come in this election season.  That is a shame.  It is also a shame that any higher order thinking about the complexities of the Middle East other than a blinkered view of Israeli desires over America’s best interests has been inculcated within the American electorate.

Undoubtedly my views on this subject are compromised because of my friends who live and work in Israel.  One such couple has a beautiful baby girl and I have asked how they exist on a daily basis in what is a constant state of terrorism.  They answer simply — it is our home and we pray for peace, but it will never be peaceful until our leaders, both Israeli and Muslim, give up their lust for war.

For us as Americans, we do Israel and its people no favor by underwriting with a blank check another Middle Eastern episode of adventurism and far-flung hegemony.  War is easy for those who do not have to fight it, live through it, or who may profit from it.  Peace is difficult and requires much more courage and determination.  We must never forsake the difficult for the easy — we must never succumb to those who fail to have the courage to wage peace.

This is an “all skate” open thread.

Our Decent, Classy Cultcha

Our Decent, Classy Cultcha

It seems as if we are living in a world where common sense, compassion and yes, decency, have been tossed by the wayside in order to promote the interests of the hatemongering, self-centered and often mentally ill over the interests of the well-intentioned, good-hearted and generally sane, which latter group vastly outnumbers the former.

Look at the United Nations, which now tolerates and even encourages the participation of Holocaust deniers. As the Prime Minister of Israel, Binyamin Netanyahu, said on Thursday, this tolerance goes against the very idea of the foundation of the United Nations.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday took to task the countries of the world that had sat silently and listened the day before to Holocaust-denier Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, asking them, “Have you no shame, no decency?”

To those who boycotted Ahmadinejad’s speech, or left in protest, Netanyahu said, “I commend you, you stood up for moral clarity.

“But for those who stayed – I say on behalf of the Jewish people, my people and decent people everywhere – have you no shame? No decency? What a disgrace, what a mockery of the charter of the UN,” he declared.

Netanyahu opened up his address – which dealt more with Ahmadinejad and the UN Human Rights Council’s Goldstone Report accusing Israel of war crimes than with the diplomatic process with the Palestinians – by saying that the UN had been “founded after the carnage of World War II precisely to prevent a recurrence of such events.”

“Nothing has undermined that mission, impeded it more, than the systematic assault on the truth,” he said.

“Yesterday the president of Iran stood at this podium spewing his latest anti-Semitic rants. Just a few days earlier, he claimed that the Holocaust is a lie.

“Last month I went to a villa in a suburb of Berlin called Wannsee,” Netanyahu went on. “There, on January 20, 1942, after a hearty meal, senior Nazi officials met and decided to exterminate my people. They left detailed minutes of that meeting, and these meetings have been preserved for posterity by successive German governments.”

Dramatically brandishing the document, Netanyahu said it instructed the Nazi government exactly how to carry out the extermination of the Jews.

“Is this protocol a lie?” he asked. “Is the German government, all German governments, lying?”

Of course the German government is not lying. Everyone knows the Holocaust happened, including Achmadinnerjacket. It’s just that it serves the interests of those hatemongering few to pretend otherwise. And so, decency goes out the window, just as it did in the McCarthy era, during which my grandfather was blacklisted for being a Communist. (Of course, McCarthy’s was partially an anti-Semitic crusade as well, given that most American Communists at the time were Jewish.)

But let’s not pat ourselves on the back and claim that the McCarthy era is over, so we are now a decent country. Au contraire, mes amis. The Reaganite, Social Darwinist, Fuck-You-I’ve-Got-Mine, Libertarian mentality has also robbed America of its decency. The targets of the hatemongering few have simply changed from Jews to women, LGBT and the melanin-enhanced.

Take a listen to one of the most evil and heartless Congresscritters currently pretending to serve his constituents, Arizona Republican John Kyl. He is actually arguing that maternity leave should not be included in whatever POS health care proposal the Senate Finance Committee comes up with. (Knowing that committee, it probably won’t be.) How does he argue against maternity leave? Like this:

Yes, you moron, your mother needed maternity care, and so do the tens of millions of women who are mothers today, not sixty years ago. Many of those mothers live in Arizona, in fact. Is this guy kidding?

Sadly, no. He is not kidding, because he has no decency.

I ask you, whatever happened to class?

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