Obama cultivates image of a moderate Iran based upon hors d'oeuvres and attire

What will BHO do if there is an outbreak of war between Shiite Iran and Sunni Saudi Arabia in the Middle East?  Answer: He will back Iran.  Why?  Answer: Because he considers Iran more moderate.

Where does this perception come from?  To our left-wing but elitist leaders, the idea of Iranian moderation does not come from that country’s geopolitical policies.  Our government’s perception is more likely based upon Iranian personal demeanor and attire.  The Iranian leaders don't all wear robes and big schmatas (Yiddish word meaning "rags") on their heads like the Saudi "royal family" – just a couple of the top mullahs in Iran wear the schmatas.  To Kerry and BHO, that makes them more moderate.  To our stupid leaders, schmata equals extremist.

Why do I say this?  Because our guys spent more than two years having meetings and eating hors d'oeuvres with Iranians like Mr. Mohamed Zarif, Iran's chief negotiator during the Iran deal fiasco (oops, meant to write "agreement").  Zarif looks normal except for the demonic way his eyes bug out when he laughs.  He also yelled at Kerry during the negotiations.  To the progressive mind, this anger showed Iranian trust in our intentions and betokened a sense of familiarity.  (People yell at others when they believe that those others will not reject them when they are yelled at.)  Negotiations thus morphed into family feeling.  This congeniality supported by a fawning servant class ("Would you like another pig-in-a-blanket, your excellency?") engendered a sense of harmony and well-being. 

Hors d'oeuvres, endless meetings in elegant surroundings, and perceived interpersonal openness are understood as expressions of moderation and normalization to the Ivy League elite.  In this panorama of intimacy, Iran and the Shiites become moderates, and Sunnis are ipso facto extremists.

What will BHO do if there is an outbreak of war between Shiite Iran and Sunni Saudi Arabia in the Middle East?  Answer: He will back Iran.  Why?  Answer: Because he considers Iran more moderate.

Where does this perception come from?  To our left-wing but elitist leaders, the idea of Iranian moderation does not come from that country’s geopolitical policies.  Our government’s perception is more likely based upon Iranian personal demeanor and attire.  The Iranian leaders don't all wear robes and big schmatas (Yiddish word meaning "rags") on their heads like the Saudi "royal family" – just a couple of the top mullahs in Iran wear the schmatas.  To Kerry and BHO, that makes them more moderate.  To our stupid leaders, schmata equals extremist.

Why do I say this?  Because our guys spent more than two years having meetings and eating hors d'oeuvres with Iranians like Mr. Mohamed Zarif, Iran's chief negotiator during the Iran deal fiasco (oops, meant to write "agreement").  Zarif looks normal except for the demonic way his eyes bug out when he laughs.  He also yelled at Kerry during the negotiations.  To the progressive mind, this anger showed Iranian trust in our intentions and betokened a sense of familiarity.  (People yell at others when they believe that those others will not reject them when they are yelled at.)  Negotiations thus morphed into family feeling.  This congeniality supported by a fawning servant class ("Would you like another pig-in-a-blanket, your excellency?") engendered a sense of harmony and well-being. 

Hors d'oeuvres, endless meetings in elegant surroundings, and perceived interpersonal openness are understood as expressions of moderation and normalization to the Ivy League elite.  In this panorama of intimacy, Iran and the Shiites become moderates, and Sunnis are ipso facto extremists.