The Iranian may know the Constitution and international law better than the treasonous 47, but it seems he does not understand that in America, Republicans are not bound to any law; domestic or international.
Conservatives claim Obama is an anti-Semite. This is a stunning claim, particularly because Republicans, tea partiers, and so-called Christians are raging anti-Semites of the highest order.
Obviously Boehner is frustrated that he has been outplayed and out-maneuvered at every turn by the President, and lacking the wherewithal to take on the President himself, he marshaled support and conspired with a foreigner, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to "defy and humiliate President Obama."
In an attempt to justify and mitigate Prime Minister Netanyahu's acceptance of an invitation to speak to Congress, Ron Dermer, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's ambassador to the U.S., basically threw Speaker Boehner (R-OH) under the bus.
President Obama has sought a diplomatic solution to Iran's nuclear threat, and yesterday, diplomacy won a small victory as Iran kept up their part of the historic agreement and began scaling back their nuclear facilities.
Republicans can hardly be bothered to do much in the way of meaningful legislation, and yet they find time to come up with a bill that does nothing except elevate the danger of another war.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor has taken steps to reassert Netanyahu's power over American Middle East policy to thwart the P5+1 agreement that halts Iran's alleged nuclear weapon program.