Skip to comments.White House hopes for change in Iran
Posted on 03/23/2009 3:43:51 PM PDT by Flavius
WASHINGTON (AFP) The White House said Monday it hoped Iran would change the way it does business, in a cautious response to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's reaction to President Barack Obama's video address.
Obama's spokesman Robert Gibbs gave a first reaction to the statement by Iran's supreme leader at the weekend that the Islamic republic was ready to reciprocate if the United States changed its attitude towards his country.
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So he’s going to go over there wreck their economy and insult their allies?
The Hopey/Changey Administration, at it again! Maybe, just maybe, Iran will come around and deliver its islamist “Army for 0-bama”.
The White House said Monday it hoped Iran would change the way it does business...
That will work...
Hope as an insturment of foreign policy. God help us.
I thought Iran told Zero to “pound sand”?
No means yes
The Mullah already told him,” Barrak, why don’t you hope in one hand and sh*t in the other and see which fills up first.”
Obama is pathetic, it’s like “What can we do to make them like us?”.
Jimmy Carter expressed similar thoughts when he had the America friendly Shah displaced and the terror loving Mullahs moved in.
"If you don't read the newspaper you are uninformed, if you do read the newspaper you are misinformed." -- Mark Twain
More of that good ol' hope and change!
HopeyChangey is going to be waiting a long time if he thinks he can sweet talk Iran into changing its ways. What an amateur the O’Bozo is.
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