Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Only fools negotiate with terrorists, John Kerry and Barack Obama are masters of the “Fools Game,” and little else.
Michael Badnarik and Sheriff Mack: Rattling the Sheriffs Cages !
A recurring theme in many of the postings below is the desire among many for the impeachment of Barack Hussein Obama.
Obama is a complete fraud as were those who put him in place.
Can Obama be arrested and tried for treason?
Obama is not exempt from the law, so he can be legally arrested for the same reasons as any other person in the United States.
(The Supreme Court so found in relation to the recent unpleasantness related to the current President’s affairs. The President’s lawyers argued that he could not be made to testify on a lawsuit while he was President.
The Supreme Court decreed otherwise, stating that the President was not exempted from the laws that applied to all citizens.)
The practicalities involved may be something else. The President is protected by the Secret Service, and it is not likely that any law officer will be allowed to simply walk up to the President and place him under arrest.
If it ever came to arresting the President, it would be a very delicate situation. The matter would likely be legally dragged out so that any actual arrest (if justified) would take place after the President leaves office, either after the end of the term, resignation, or removal from office as a result of impeachment actions.
On Sunday, media reported that six world powers reached a provisional agreement on key parts of a deal that is meant to curtail Iran’s nuclear program.
Western diplomats in Switzerland reported that Iran had “more or less” agreed to reduce the number of its centrifuge machines by more than two-thirds and to ship abroad most of its stockpile of nuclear material.
Iranian diplomats immediately denied the reports and said that they were ‘pure journalistic speculation.’ Israeli radio Reshet Beth quoted the head of Iranian team as saying that Iran categorically rejects any exporting of their stockpiles.
Later, a French official in Lausanne angrily knocked down the report and said it was totally false.
The New York Times also confirmed the Reshet Beth report and quoted Iranian official Abbas Araqchi, who said “The export of stocks of enriched uranium is not in our program, and we do not intend sending them abroad. There is no question of sending the stocks abroad.”
The revelation that Iran is now insisting on retaining the fuel could raise a potential obstacle at a critical time in the talks.
And for critics of the emerging deal in Congress, in Israel and in Sunni Arab nations like Saudi Arabia, the prospect of leaving large amounts of nuclear fuel in Iran, in any form, is bound to intensify their already substantial political opposition”, The New York Times report.
Entire article below.