He doesn’t get it. “Sen. McCain: I ‘don’t understand’ GOP threats to filibuster Senate gun bill.”

(J. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press)
(J. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press)

Will the administration ever get a clue that there’s never going to be a “diplomatic solution”? “Iran Nuke Talks End ‘Without Signs of Even Incremental Progress.’”

Of all the policy issues, did anyone think the one thing we might get would be immigration reform? “If all goes as planned, the ‘Gang of Eight’ will unveil their immigration legislation at the end of the week, Chuck Schumer said on CBS’s ‘Face the Nation.’ ‘Over the past two weeks, we’ve made great progress. There have been kerfuffles along the way, but each one of those thus far has been settled,’ he said. Schumer explained that no bill will be put forth until all eight senators agree upon its contents, but added, ‘Hopefully, we can get that done by the end of the week.’”

China will need to get a lot more direct than this. “In an indirect but clear reference to the North Korean crisis, China’s president, Xi Jinping, said Sunday that no country should be allowed to threaten world peace.”

Greta Van Susteren gets it. “We’re strangling small businesses. I mean, no one is paying much attention to these small businesses. The regulations are strangling them, some are laughable and silly, but they have a profound impact on the job creators. They can’t afford to hire people.”

It is easy to get to Hillary Clinton’s left. Maryland’s governor has gotten through 34 (!!) tax increases, stiff gun control, gay marriage and the repeal of the death penalty. “Mr. [ Martin] O’Malley is done as governor when this second term ends next year, and he has moved the Free State huge leaps to the left, especially in the last 12 months. That’s exactly what liberals want the next president to do and why they are giving Mr. O’Malley a very close look.”

You’d think they would get someone who didn’t make a fool of herself negotiating with the North Korean dictator. Former secretary of state Madeleine Albright: “I believe that talking to them is important, and if they were to return to the agreements that they made in 2005, we should be willing to talk to them.” To the agreement they violated?!? Yikes.

Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog for The Post, offering reported opinion from a conservative perspective.