Skip to comments.White House: Boehner Invite to Netanyahu Breach of Protocol
Posted on 01/21/2015 9:21:52 AM PST by reaganaut1
ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE The White House says House Speaker John Boehner's invitation for Israel's prime minister to come to Washington is a breach of normal diplomatic protocol.
President Barack Obama's press secretary, Josh Earnest, says the White House has not heard from Israelis about whether Benjamin Netanyahu plans to speak to Congress Feb. 11. Earnest says they are reserving judgment about the invitation until they've had a chance to speak to the Israelis about what Netanyahu might say.
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It never ends. What a horse's ass.
Obama, may I?
Send Obama a “ get into jail free” card
Obama is worried about some feigned breach of protocol when he has no worries about his breach of the U.S. Constitution!
Obama complaining about a breach of his narcissism.
He HAS to insult the Jew to retain the good graces of his Muslim hoards.
I predict this “breach of protocol” talking point doesn’t last one cycle.
The proper response to zero should be “tough, WE WON!”
Why can Obama run this country like a dictatorship and the A P thinks that’s really great, but the GOP has to go by all the old rules? Ignore them. It’s the new way of doing business in D.C.
Electing someone to the presidency who isnt a natural born citizen is a breach also.
Yep, this is nothing more that a twofer for zero. He gets to insult the Repubs AND Israel all at the same time.
As always, Obama will defend the right of anyone to say whatever he wants them to say, but not to say anything that he does not like.
Looks like it's okay to invite Heads of state. And the Pope is indeed a Head of State.
As the speaker of the house, I would think he can invite whomever he wants to address Congress without the Presidents approval.
LOL Read Post 14
If Boner hall balls, he will list Obumbles breaches of protocol and publish the long list!
If the leftist Congressional Rats of the early 80’s can bring in Commie Daniel Ortega can speak to Congress, then a friend like Netanyahu is more than welcome.
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