“Just putting it out there… while we still can…”

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“Just putting it out there… while we still can… “

By Luis F. Brizuela Cruz

By a unanimous bipartisan vote of 19-0, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee finally dared to challenge the omnipotence of President Barack Obama and his veto power. The issue at hand is the extremely complex and potentially dangerous nuclear deal with the rogue nation of Iran. The White House has conceded to send the deal to Congress for review, after consistently threatening to exercise its veto power and simply put a seal on the negotiation which ultimately may prove not effective enough to safely diminish Iran’s nuclear capabilities. It is the first time that Obama and Co. has yielded to the magnificent constitutional balance of powers of our governmental structure; one that clearly protects us from any capricious, derelict or even premeditated action which can affect the stability of our nation or for this matter the entire world.

In a somewhat related issue and as planned, President Obama met with Vice Dictator of Cuba, Raúl Castro during the Circus of the Summit of the Americas in Panama. The anticipated meeting of the socialist minds of the western hemisphere was strategically utilized by the alleged leader of the free world to solidify the ongoing negotiations with the island nation that has not seen democratic elections for more than half century. In spite of the overwhelming evidence that places Cuba among the countries which aid and abet global terrorism, Obama successfully used the Summit to push for the removal of Cuba from the infamous list.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then perhaps these two photographs may be worth two thousand words and then some. For the many who do not know, that is Raúl Castro, on the picture on the left, blindfolding an individual to be executed by the “revolutionary justice” of the Castro regime.

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