The reasons are many for both. One, they're trying to push an agenda by the American people knowing if it were transparent the people would rebel. To wit Obamacare.
To do so they've allowed people with questionable expertise in any aspect of health care craft the bill. If they've done it on purpose to move the country toward single payer system they should all be thrown out of office. It's not for them to decide; it's for us to decide. If they've done it because they're inept the same holds true.
So, before things get any worse, it's time to ground John Kerry. We're seeing now what the world already knows on an international scale. This administration is weak and inept. It's foreign policy staggers like a drunken sailor.
Now, however, they are so in need of a victory they are willing to sacrifice a tenuous calm, with several exceptions at that, in an entire region of the world on the false pretense the Iranians would keep their word on anything. The rest of the world and previous administrations can't all be wrong when saying Iran cannot be trusted. We do know Obama is not all knowing and his word also cannot be trusted.
What about his success in Syria? Ah, yes. The death toll is now over 250,000. The civil war continues having passed the 2 1/2 year mark.
But the weapons of mass destruction are being destroyed. So? People are still dying. Are you aware of Assad's latest tactic? Starvation. Systematic, slow, agonizing starvation. Loyalist troops are not only not letting aid into civilian and rebel strongholds, which in many cases are one and the same, but they are not allowing food in either. Is there a worse way to die?
One soldier was heard telling a young boy begging to take a bag of pita bread through a government check point, "...there are those bigger than me and you who make the rules and they're watching you right now."
While the administration basks in the fact they didn't have to used military force to rid the Syrians of their poison gas, what are they doing for those who are starving?
Have you read or heard anything about this in our media? Neither have I. This came from the Financial Times which covers international news far better than our media.
Be skeptical when the administration says negotiations with Iran need be given a chance. If you look at the situation in Syria, you'll see they are inept at that too.
This is no time for glory seeking to save a Presidential or a Secretary of State's legacy. Tighten the sanctions until the Iranians cry uncle and not before. And hope those who once believed in our strength and loyalty will have it within them to give us another chance when we shed this administration.
But don't bet on it.