They always say that if candidates can't face up to some of the small events, how will they face up to the big ones? Such as Barak sitting down for one on ones with world leaders whose propensity to kill Americans is well known.
The sketch last Saturday with "Hillary" and "Sarah" must have hit too close to home for Hill. If she can't be on the same platform as Sarah for what should be a common goal, she will never be able to stand up when times get tough, right? Wouldn't it be amusing if she lost the support of her New York friends and lost her "home" state while running next time whether it be for Senate or President?
This had to be such an easy decision if she had not reneged. She would have shown her support against Iran and at the same time shown how strong and open-minded she could be when bi-partisanship would enhance the world's view of America.
Don't put words in my mouth. Frankly, it doesn't matter to me whether Europeans and others think highly of us when we know we are on the good and righteous side of any issue. Appeasement is never the answer.
See you tomorrow