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Pelosi, Lantos may be interested in diplomatic trip to Iran
 
April 11th, 2007  
The Other Guy
 
 
Pelosi, Lantos may be interested in diplomatic trip to Iran
can you disprove his facts?
April 11th, 2007  
mmarsh
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by phoenix80
^^^ You're full of balloney ^^^
Typical childish response from someone too intellectually lazy to bother informing himself.
And its spelled BALONEY. At least spell it correctly if you're going to attempt a put down on me.

The red underline under a word signifies a spelling mistake.
April 11th, 2007  
Team Infidel
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by mmarsh
Team Infidel + DTOP

There is nothing in the Constitution that prevents her from meeting with Assad. There is nothing illegal or unconstitutional about it. If you don't think thats the best use of her time, your entitled to that opinion, but there is nothing illegal about it as long as she doesn't attempt to enter unto treaty or attempt to negotiate a treaty. Heck if you could meet with Assad if he would agreed to it, it still be perfectly legal.
I never stated that it was illegal for her to meet with the Syrians. All I said that it wasn't her place as the Speaker of the House to represent the US in foreign policy matters.
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Pelosi, Lantos may be interested in diplomatic trip to Iran
April 11th, 2007  
mmarsh
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Team Infidel
I never stated that it was illegal for her to meet with the Syrians. All I said that it wasn't her place as the Speaker of the House to represent the US in foreign policy matters.
Yes I know, that particular part was directed more at DTOP than you. I just didn't want to write 2 messages to 2 different people that were more or less thinking alike.

10pm and still in the Office. Time to go home.

Later all.
April 11th, 2007  
phoenix80
 
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by mmarsh
Typical childish response from someone too intellectually lazy to bother informing himself.
And its spelled BALONEY. At least spell it correctly if you're going to attempt a put down on me.

The red underline under a word signifies a spelling mistake.
I often do not use my intellectual power on people like you who dont deserve it. It is useless. plus until now you were on my iggy list but I just removed you to see what BS you spread around here. Need to put you back on iggy list again.

have fun dude
April 11th, 2007  
The Other Guy
 
 
easy...

Now I ask Again: Can you disprove what mmarsh said other than calling it balloney?
April 11th, 2007  
Donkey
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by mmarsh
Team Infidel + DTOP

There is nothing in the Constitution that prevents her from meeting with Assad. There is nothing illegal or unconstitutional about it. If you don't think thats the best use of her time, your entitled to that opinion, but there is nothing illegal about it as long as she doesn't attempt to enter unto treaty or attempt to negotiate a treaty. Heck if you could meet with Assad if he would agreed to it, it still be perfectly legal.

She didn't go to Syria because of Iraq but because of Israel. Th only time Iraq came up was went she asked Assad to better patrol the Syrian-Iraqi border to keep terrorists out. On that point she is echoing the Bush Administrations demands.

But her main reason was to convey the message that Israel was willing to talk peace if Assad would stop supporting the Palestine terrorists. In other words as Israel has no Diplomatic ties to Syria, the Isreali Government asked her to to go on their behalf...

"She said the delegation gave the Syrian leader a message from Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert whose essence was that Israel was ready to hold peace talks with Syria".

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17920536/

The real question is why Olmert didn't ask the Bush Administration to carry the message. I think the reason is because Bush has done so much to antagonize the Syrians that a message as important as this one would be better received by Syria if it were delivered by an enemy of the Bush Administration.

Or perhaps the Israelis don't trust the Bush Administration...

Either way, it speaks volumes in what low esteem our Foreign policy is held at the moment.
From what I read in the Washington Post that was all BS and she said something with out proper authorization...Enjoy the smoke blowing
April 11th, 2007  
mmarsh
 
 
[quote=phoenix80;304797]I often do not use my intellectual power on people like you who dont deserve it. It is useless. plus until now you were on my iggy list but I just removed you to see what BS you spread around here. Need to put you back on iggy list again.

Oh, you don't use it more than you realize. As a matter of fact, in the last year the only contribution of note is your pathetic attempts to insult or provoke various people you disagreed with by your snide and rude comments. Such as above. (Something the mods have warned you on repeatedly, I might add). You're not even a good forum troll, I almost feel sorry for you...

So you go right ahead, and ignore me. You'll be doing me a giant favor.


Anyway, back to the smarter, more tolerant, polite people.

Donkey

Your referring to the editorial made by the Washington Post. I read that article. The Post was carrying up a charge made by the WH (surprise!) that Pelosi had "screwed up the message" to Assad. (Kind of odd, first the WH says Pelosi is being counterproductive by meeting Assad, then it accuses her of incompetance. Seems like a big contradiction to me). Pelosi responded the very next day demanding that they prove their claim. So far no reply. No surprise.
April 11th, 2007  
Team Infidel
 
 
mmarsh... the Washington comPost is not the most reliable daily periodical out there. They just happen to be the one that the left loves to read.

Facts are facts, and the facts are that Pelosi needs to get back to her bench in the Senate and get the suplimental passed without all of the porkbelly spending that is on the current one.

Thanks for her support in National Security.
April 11th, 2007  
Gator
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Team Infidel
mmarsh... the Washington comPost is not the most reliable daily periodical out there. They just happen to be the one that the left loves to read.

Facts are facts, and the facts are that Pelosi needs to get back to her bench in the Senate and get the suplimental passed without all of the porkbelly spending that is on the current one.

Thanks for her support in National Security.
The Senate in the United States of America is not the U.S. House of Representatives, that means U.S. Senators serve in the United States Senate, and the Speaker of the House serves in the United States House of Representatives.
 


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