Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
WASHINGTON — The White House blasted what it called “rapid onset buyer’s remorse” after House and Senate leaders conceded problems with the 9/11 lawsuit bill Congress just enacted into law over President Obama’s veto.
(House and Senate members on the take were threatened with diminished retirement packages by Saudi Firms)
“So I’d like to think that there’s a way we could fix so that our service members do not have legal problems overseas, while still protecting the rights of the 9/11 victims, which is what JASTA did do,” Ryan told reporters Thursday.
(How does congress fix it, so the least amount of people ask inconvenient questions about the scam)
“Nobody really had focused on the potential downside in terms of our international relationships,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said. “I think it was just a ball dropped.”
(They’ll take away the hookers)
McConnell suggested that Obama didn’t make his concerns known early enough. “I hate to blame everything on him. And I don’t,” he said. “But it would have been helpful had we had a discussion about this much earlier than last week.”
(Kick the can back to Obama. Play good cop, bad cop.)
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest’s response: “Well,” he said. “It’s hard to know where to start.”
(“Fucking Game of Thrones is on and I’m missing it”)
And this is why nobody takes the US seriously.
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