The Overlooked Opponents of the Iran Nuclear Deal
The sea of humanity sweltering in front of the Capitol Wednesday appeared to HOH to be less interested in getting an earful from pols — who popped by to rile up the crowd and then quickly retreated to air conditioned offices — than in being heard, once and for all, themselves.
Ron Kirby, a Texas native who keeps a close eye on the federal government from just across the river in Alexandria, Va., told HOH he’d hiked up to the Hill on a 90-something degree day to ensure lawmakers understood his deep-seated reservations about the administration’s proposed deal with Iran.
The Vietnam War veteran expressed concern that a pattern of missteps throughout the Middle East — “Libya, Iraq, Syria … and who knows what else,” Kirby tallied — have woefully undermined U.S. authority.
“This’ll be funding all the terrorists … unless we stop’em,” he asserted.
Kirby was joined in his eternal vigilance by the motliest of crews, a who’s who of disillusionment that included:
Onward, Christian soldier.
Can’t wait for the children’s book.
Memes are the future, yo.
If it ain’t on Etsy, I don’t want it.
Pump the keg! (No foam!)
So sayeth, Glenn Beck. *Amen*
Vote with your wallets, America!
Whiz wit 2016!
Rogue Publisher’s Clearing House Employees
We’re alerting the Prize Patrol.
Right in front of the People’s House, too.
And, the one group we wholly endorse:
Nap time is an inalienable right in our book.