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Monday, June 08, 2015

Video: Matt Lee owns new State Department spokesperson John Kirby on Jerusalem

John Kirby just  became State Department spokesperson last month and I can already tell you that he's no better than Marie Harf.

Watch him squirm as he tries to figure out US policy on Jerusalem while under questioning from @APDiploWriter Matt Lee about Monday's Supreme Court decision that Congress overstepped its bounds in trying to require the State Department to register Jewish children born in Jerusalem (like four of mine) as having been born in Israel.

Let's go to the videotape.



Keep making them feel uncomfortable Matt! They'll find a policy one of these days.

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5 Comments:

At 10:11 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

The current crop of hippy lefties would consider an actual reasonable (according to Western Civilization) policy as waaayyy too judgmental. There is no right or wrong, no history (they are rewriting it in the new Common Core curriculum textbooks and, even more, the newly written Narratives that kids will read on their computer screen). "Don't Judge Me, Man!"

 
At 12:09 AM, Blogger D MO said...

Apparently, coherence & forthrightness are undesirable traits in the 0Bama Regime!

 
At 6:22 AM, Blogger Shy Guy said...

This is not just Obama. This is the United States since 1948. This is not a relationship of friends and allies. It is a relationship of master/slave expediencies.

 
At 5:36 PM, Blogger Herb Glatter said...

I wonder about the qualifications for being a "spokesperson" for the State Department - they can barely articulate a sentence.

 
At 5:37 PM, Blogger Herb Glatter said...

This day will be remembered as another day of infamy with Obama as president


In dissent, Chief Justice Roberts said the majority had taken a bold step. “Today’s decision is a first,” he wrote. “Never before has this court accepted a president’s direct defiance of an act of Congress in the field of foreign affairs.”

 

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