Tom Cotton Losing The War Of Words With Javad Zarif

Apparently Tom Cotton sent this insulting tweet along with the original letter from the 47 traitorous senators to the Iranian Foreign Minister.


cotton Of course we have all read the well-written put down that was sent in response to that letter, but Javad Zarif also tweeted back with this…


IMHO, the freshman senator from Arkansas is getting his arse handed to him on a platter.

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29 Responses to Tom Cotton Losing The War Of Words With Javad Zarif

    • irishgirl999 says:

      Why am I not surprised?

      • ProfessorCanine says:

        Some good comments from reddit:

        “Makes sense now. Peace treaties drop gun sales.”

        “Oh, look, another right wing war profiteer goading for war from Congress.”

        “Tom Cotton deserves to be shipped to the front lines of the next conflict he instigates.”

        “And the defense contractors patted him on the head and said, “Whose a goood boy? You are! You’se a Gooooooood boy!”

        “After pumping up defense contractors, I suppose, his net influence group will be the right wing Christians.”

  1. 40Watt says:

    I love the response of our POTUS: “… the 47 senators made an ‘unusual coalition’ with Iran’s hard-line religious leaders.”

    As to Zarif’s tweet, I think it’s generous of him to believe these yahoos understand English.

    • Don’t forget, he has had a lot of experience and spent a lot of time in this country. Tom Cotton was insulting .. not even borderline. He needs to be tried for treason. He is attempting to cause a war, and he doesn’t have the authority.

  2. ProfessorCanine says:

    “Tom Cotton has refused to provide voters with positions on key issues covered by the 2014 Political Courage Test, despite repeated requests. Tom Cotton is still welcome to submit the test at any time.”

  3. uberduck says:


  4. irishgirl999 says:

    From Daily Kos

    “Ouch. But it’s worth remembering that, for Tom Cotton at least, this letter wasn’t the first step off the deep end on Iran. In 2013, Cotton offered an amendment that would have harshly punished people violating sanctions on Iran. Actually, Cotton wouldn’t have stopped at harshly punishing the violators themselves:
    Cotton also seeks to punish any family member of those people, “to include a spouse and any relative to the third degree,” including, “parents, children, aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, grandparents, great grandparents, grandkids, great grandkids,” Cotton said.
    Yes, Cotton thinks that the great grandchildren of people who violate Iran sanctions should be imprisoned. Which, by the way, is completely unconstitutional. But this is someone who got the vast majority of his Republican colleagues in the Senate, including leadership, to sign onto a letter to Iran trying to torpedo American diplomacy. Congressional Republicans listen to this man. That’s terrifying—but if this open letter has helped discredit him publicly, it may be one good outcome of the whole mess.”–47traitors-trends-in-response-to-Republican-open-letter-to-Iran?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+dailykos%2Findex+%28Daily+Kos%29

    • 40Watt says:

      I would like to see Harvard Law School issue an apology for failing so dismally in the this man’s education. It’s unbelievable.

      Obviously the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver, where Zarif got a Ph.D. in International Law and Politics, did a much better job.

      • 40Watt says:

        Excuse the extra “the”. I’m so mad I’m not seeing straight.

      • ProfessorCanine says:

        Zarif went to prep school in San Francisco, got his Bachelor’s at San Francisco State University, and his masters and PhD at the University of Denver.He was in the same graduate program as Condoleezza Rice.

      • Scarsdale says:

        Yes, but the student has to posses intelligence in order to absorb the lessons. Zarif is highly intelligent, Cotton is not. That is obvious. Mc Cain graduated 895th out of a class of 899 at the Naval Academy. Guess his father and grandfather could not get him a higher standing than that. Too bad they bailed him out every time he screwed up.

  5. ProfessorCanine says:

    How this fucker slipped thru the cracks is mind boggling also too….
    Jindal graduated from Brown University at the age of 20 with a double major in Medical Education and Biology. Both degrees were earned with honors. From there, Jindal had his pick of careers. He was accepted to Harvard Medical School, Yale Law School, and Oxford University. He was always interested in health-related public policy and chose to attend Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar where earned a Masters degree in the field.
    While at Oxford ,he wrote this gem for the New Oxford Review.
    “Beating a Demon: Physical Dimensions of Spiritual Warfare.”

  6. MrsGunka says:

    Just saw someone interviewing Rubio. He said it needed to be sent and he would send many more until he gets results! Idiots! I’d like the results of all of them being kicked out of the Senate! Can’t believe McTurtle signed it too! The only one of the 7 that didn’t sign it was Lisa Murkowski from Alaska….that will curdle Sarah’s crud. Kill Baby, Kill!

    • lindak1961 says:

      I wonder if Rubio will like the results he and the others are getting. It isn’t going to be the result they wanted – war with Iran. Scorn and ridicule for now, possibly charges of treason later.

    • Rubio is choosing badly / he obviously has very poor instincts. Most of the rats who signed the letter are tapdancing to avoid it – backtracking. The less bright individuals are digging in.

  7. ProfessorCanine says:

    J Street’s Dylan Williams fingers Bill Kristol for writing the letter:

    Who gave @SenTomCotton & others the awful idea for the Iran letter? Seems like Sarah Palin-for-VP-level bad advice doesn’t it @BillKristol ?

    There’s a reason for Williams’s suspicion. Kristol’s Emergency Committee for Israel gave Tom Cotton nearly $1 million in his race for the Senate just five months ago, Eli Clifton reported. “Cotton received $960,250 in supportive campaign advertising in the last month.”

  8. Cole says:

    Zarif kicked that Repulitard’s ass.

  9. Bubbles says:

    Hey there Irishgirl,
    I just wrote to Department of Justice demanding action against the 47 traitors. There is a petition going around. I signed but also wanted to contact DOJ personally.m
    Hugs babe.

    • 40Watt says:

      What a good idea. I signed the petition but I’ll write too. Let’s all write!

    • irishgirl999 says:

      Hiya Bubbles,
      Good for you. I still can’t quite believe what they did. I’m not holding my breath that the DoJ will do anything but it is worth letting them know how you feel. The more people who contact them the better.
      Hugs back to you and your family. xxxxx

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