Is that what I really think? No, of course not, but it did get your attention.

However by his and John Kerry's actions, if one didn't know better, by the agreement, Obama is trying to nail down with Iran, one could easily conclude that.

Rush Limbaugh says the reason Obama thinks it's okay for Iran to produce a nuke is to counter Israel's nuclear dominance in the Middle East. He adds, and I agree, that the administration thinks it's just not fair for Israel to be the only one in the region with a nuclear deterrence, just as the left doesn't think it's fair for the United States to be the world's only superpower.

Now, if this was a reasonable country we were dealing with I would agree, but Iran is not a reasonable country. The rulers of Iran have countless times described their wish to destroy Israel, and this past November, a mere four months ago, Iran reiterated their belief that America is "still the great Satan."

CNS reported then that the Iranian Defense Ministry issued a statement saying: "In compliance with the will of the late Imam Khomeini and the wise guidelines of Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution [Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei], the Iranian nation still sees the U.S. as the number one enemy of the Islamic Revolution."

So, is Rush right? If he is, that can only mean that Obama and Kerry are the most incompetent negotiators ever. If Rush is right and Obama doesn't necessarily want to see Israel destroyed, then he also must be the dumbest president in the history of our nation.

Sean Hannity says that the contrast between leaders could not be starker. Netanyahu is a true, courageous and intelligent leader, where Obama is a weak "shrinking Violet."

But this is not necessarily the fault of Obama. Just look at the difference in their opponents.

Sure, Bibi has his domestic headaches to deal with - his political opponents and detractors, but he must also remain on constant alert. He is on a perpetual war footing, trying to prevent his tiny nation from being annihilated. With all that considered, he certainly appears to be handling the stress well. He is a remarkable leader.

In contrast our president sits in the safety of the Oval Office - flies around the country making vacuous speeches and the only opponents he's known are the Republicans, who just yesterday once again raised the white flag of surrender.

How could our president have any capacity to deal with a tough opponent if his only "sparring partners," the weak, pitiful, girlie man Republicans, always take a dive before the first punch is thrown?

How could anyone be expected to go up against the Mullahs of Iran when one's only opponents have been John Boehner and Mitch McConnell?

So as Benjamin Netanyahu's successful whirlwind speaking tour in the United States comes to a close, one truism did emerge, and I believe it was el Rushbo who discovered it.

Benjamin Netanyahu - a foreigner - doing the job that at least one American won't do.

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