He's not going to be prosecuted or investigated, but McCain is going to hammer him until his head is ringing. Then, voters, maybe, will hammer him harder than McCain.
Taheri's story is true! MSNBC story from June 16, 2008:
[Barack] said he told [Iraqi Foreign Minister] Zebari that negotiations for a Status of Forces agreement or strategic framework agreement between the two countries should be done in the open and with Congress's authorization and that it was important that that there be strong bipartisan support for any agreement so that it can be sustained through a future administration. He argued it would make sense to hold off on such negotiations until the next administration.Wow. Textbook sedition.
McCain drives a reluctant MSM to the story.
Does this sink Barack? It should, yet many things which should have already sunk him did not.
This is the perfect example of why I don’t trust Barack as caretaker of our nation.
Media will attempt to draw a parallel with McCain commenting about Russia, and with McCain frequently meeting with Georgia’s Saakashvili. Media will point to various Repubs who have visited Syria and Vietnam and other places. Those comparisons will be invalid. McCain and Repubs were not attempting to conspire with a foreign nation to invalidate the efforts of a sitting U.S. Administration. What Barack has done here is a stand-alone example of cynicism, naivete, and sedition.