In the wake of an agreement finally being made to address Iran's nuclear program, to no one's surprise, it's got every neocon war monger out there wailing like banshees and one of the loudest was of course our former embarrassment of a U.N. ambassador, John Bolton:
Because we all know "tough" guys just invade countries instead of talking to them:
I didn't know it was David Gregory's job to act as a mouthpiece for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but that's exactly what the viewers were treated to this Sunday on Meet the Press.
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart once again let the media have it for their coverage of the events unfolding with Syria on everything from Wolf Blitzer's ridiculous interview with President Obama, to Fox and their knee-jerk opposition to anything and everything President Obama does even if it ought to be good news for the country.
The administration has been on a full-court press this week, trying to move members of Congress to authorize use of military force in Syria, but if Sen. Udall's statements this Sunday on Meet the Press are any indication, it doesn't look like it's working.
Good old "bomb, bomb, bomb Iran" McCain continued his rounds this weekend beating the drums for more war with an appearance on Face the Nation this Sunday, and he is of course not happy that President Obama is going to seek Congressional approval for military action in Syria.
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Bill Maher had a warning for North Korea's Kim Jong-un, who seems all too willing to push his luck with the United States given the fact that our country has been addicted to war for far too long. Maher also told his audience that it's time that we "start defining peace as strength" instead.
Last week, it was Mike Huckabee comparing the latest trumped up non-scandal to Watergate and suggesting that President Obama should be impeached over the handling of the embassy attack in Libya. Now we've got flamethrower Rep. Marsh Blackburn making
After taking a shot at Harry Reid last week for going after Mitt Romney for tax avoidance and refusing to release his tax returns, it appears The Daily Show's Jon Stewart may be having a change of heart over whether that criticism was deserved. He
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