John Kerry today in the Senate:
SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN KERRY: Well Congressman, I spent quite a few years trying to get a lot of treaties through the United States Senate, and it has become physically impossible... That's why. Because you can't pass a treaty anymore. It has become impossible to schedule, to pass, and I sat there leading the charge on the Disabilities Treaty which fell to basically ideology and politics. So I think that is the reason why.
TED CRUZ: You told Sen. Lee that this was not a treaty because we don't have diplomatic relations with Iran. I would note that is directly contradictory to testimony you gave yesterday in the House. When you were asked, "Why is this not considered a treaty?" And you responded---So it's not a treaty or it's kind of a treaty, depending upon the audience.
JOHN KERRY: You're not reading my whole answer!
JOHN MCCAIN: I apologize.
The senator's time has expired. And I promised the witnesses that I would get them out.
Kind of like Obamacare's individual mandate being a tax or a fee, depending upon the audience.
Hat tip: BadBlue News.