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Helpful Reminder from the Attoney General: Federal Employees Shouldn't Solicit Prostitutes

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The week in Washington: Twitter trolling, prostitution memos, and banning big words
Behold the administration that told us it was the Cult of Competence, led by No-Drama Obama, the adult in the room. First up, trolling an allied prime minister worried about the very existence of his people and country on Twitter.
The White House is standing by a tweet mocking Israeli Prime Minister Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu despite concerns it could further sour relations between the two countries.
A White House tweet defending the framework nuclear agreement with Iran contained a cartoon bomb that was nearly identical to one in a chart used by Netanyahu in a 2012 speech urging the U.S. to take a harder line against Iran’s nuclear program.
“Prime Minister Netanyahu has issued very strong criticisms of this deal,” deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes said on Friday. “That’s entirely his right, but we are also going to issue strong defenses of this deal.
“It would make no sense for us to essentially not make our case,” Rhodes said.
The bomb diagram published by the White House shows that the framework deal would cut and cap Iran’s stockpile of enriched uranium and centrifuges. Netanyahu’s chart showed Iran on a path to accumulate enough fissile material to build a nuclear weapon.
I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised the geniuses who came up with this disastrous “deal” can’t possibly come up with a way to defend it aside from treating fellow leaders of the free world like they’re in a Facebook flame war. Chuck Todd told Hugh Hewitt, “I have a feeling they feel as if they’re losing the PR battle here a little bit.” Ya think? I’m sure this tweet will fix that right away.
Meanwhile over at the Department of Justice, I’m just gonna leave this here. A real memo issued by Eric Holder to his staff:

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Helpful Reminder from the Attoney General: Federal Employees Shouldn't Solicit Prostitutes
Attorney General Eric Holder, the nation's top law enforcement officer, just issued the following memo. That this memo was deemed necessary inadvertantly reveals a great deal about the state of the Federal workforce:
The Department of Justice is measured by the conduct of those who work on its behalf. The solicitation of prostitution threatens the core mission of the Department, not simply because it invites extortion, blackmail, and leaks of sensitive or classified information, but also because it undermines the Department's efforts to eradicate the scourge of human trafficking. Regardless of whether prostitution is legal or tolerated in a particular jurisdiction, soliciting prostitutes creates a greater demand for human trafficking victims and a consequent increase in the number of minor and adult persons trafficked into commercial sex slavery.
For these reasons, I want to reiterate to all Department. personnel, including attorneys and law enforcement officers, that they are prohibited from soliciting, procuring, or accepting commercial sex. This rule applies at all times during an individual's employment, including while off duty or on personal leave, and applies regardless of whether the activity is legal or tolerated in a particular jurisdiction, foreign or domestic.

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