Back in February 2015 I wrote a letter to Chuck Schumer questioning where his loyalties stood!
In other words, I wondered if Chuck Schumer was nothing more than a Democrat ideologue who is more concerned with his political standing and power than he is with national security, Israel and Jews around the world?
Of course I was hoping for an answer that I deep down knew would never come moving me write this letter:
Good afternoon Senator/Representative (fill in the blank):
As a Jewish American I would like to express my concern over the proposed nuclear deal with Iran.
Such a deal rivals the naiveté of Neville Chamberlain when he struck the Munich Agreement with Hitler in 1938.
I hope that you will take a hardline stance opposing the deal made by Barack Obama, a deal that is not in the best interests of the United States, Israel or the world!
If you are interested in more of my opinion I penned the article 'Iran Nuclear Deal Analogy' on Monday.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Ultimately Schumer, as any good politician will do, has played both sides of the Iran deal stating opposition while knowing that he was a day late and a dollar short and that the deal is most likely a fait accompli.
It's classic pandering to his Jewish constituents while still kissing the ass of Barack Obama who will have a heavy hand in guiding Schumer's political future!
The Iran deal will be one of the defining political mistakes of our time and it is disheartening to know that the so-called leaders and members of the Democrat Party could care less.
One, Nancy Pelosi, has even going so far as to call this deal is a 'diplomatic masterpiece'.
I ask again, 'Can Obama be this bad a President by accident?'
'...the time to have blocked the Iran deal is not under the phony process created by the Corker bill — requiring two-thirds majorities in both houses of Congress to override the Obama veto — but back in May.
Schumer knew all of that going into the vote.
In many ways, the Corker bill was designed precisely for elected officials like Schumer, to politically take a stand “against” the Iran deal without any real practical effect. He can then get credit for opposing the deal — much like Republicans who now claim they were against the Iran deal all along even though they voted in favor of it, too.
It’s a show vote. Nothing more.
So, why should members who voted for the Corker bill that authorized the Iran deal, including Schumer, now get any credit for “opposing” the Iran deal? It’s a sham anyway. (Source)