Skip to comments.Bam's Gifts to A'jad
Posted on 10/05/2009 7:55:46 AM PDT by nuconvert
BY all accounts, Thursday's talks between Iran and the 5+1 group of major powers represent a diplomatic coup for President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as he faces continued political unrest at home.
Before the talks, Ahmadinejad's opponents -- among them former Prime Minister Mir-Hussein Mussavi, the man who believes he won last June's presidential election -- claimed that Tehran's stance on the nuclear issue was driving the country toward "sanctions and war."
Ahmadinejad had countered the claim by promising to lock the 5+1 (the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany) into "long and well-planned talks" with an agenda proposed by Tehran.
Now that the talks are over, it's clear that, under pressure from the Obama administration, the 5+1 group fulfilled Ahmadinejad's promise and confounded Mussavi
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I wish we could have just given him some region 1 DVD’s
That simple little monkey.
Even he has figured out Obama's disingenous, media-centric, showboating with no real policy underneath.
For years, liberals have spouted the "we should just talk, they're no different than us" stupidity about dicatatorships and terrorists. Now we all get to watch the disasterous effects of their moronic world view in real time.
Israel's going to take the action we won't, then we'll abandon them completely for at least three years.
Clearly, Iran has learned how easy it is to ‘play’ the West by watching Kim, the Little Ghoul from North Korea.
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