There was a time when criticizing the "Commander in Chief" was traitorous hate speech. During the presidential campaign, Barack Obama was criticized for undermining George W. Bush on foreign policy for drawing huge European crowds. Sensitive, sensitive.
Now that we have a Democratic Commander in Chief, his former presidential opponent and other Republican leaders went around the president to sent a none to helpful political policy message to the Iranian government, one that has now allowed their leaders to accuse the U.S. of meddling.
Enter Sen. Saxby Chambliss, who is proud to admit his party acted in a way that intentionally undermined the administrations sensitive foreign policy with Iran.
Have they no shame?