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Iran says Obama should not expect talks
Jerusalem Post ^
| reuters/JP Post
Posted on 11/07/2012 9:31:55 PM PST by knak
Head of Iranian judiciary Larijani condemns "unprecedented" US sanctions; indicates newly re-elected President Barack Obama should not expect Iran to come to negotiating table, says relations "not possible overnight." Head of Iranian judiciary Larijani condemns "unprecedented" US sanctions; indicates newly re-elected President Barack Obama should not expect Iran to come to negotiating table, says relations "not possible overnight."
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: caliphate; iran; jihad; religionofpeace; ummah
posted on 11/07/2012 9:31:59 PM PST
This is kabuki to make Obama look tough (hated by Iran) for domestic USA consumption.
Sure, the Iranian regime hates the sanctions ... BUT they also are not stupid and (thus) know that Obama is the WEAKEST sanction-er they are going to get.
posted on 11/07/2012 9:39:12 PM PST
posted on 11/07/2012 9:48:00 PM PST
(The greatest trick the left ever pulled was convincing the world it was not a religion.)
I just thought it funny right before the election the media made out like Obama was making progress with Iran. BS.
posted on 11/07/2012 9:48:20 PM PST
(The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing)
Exactly....Valerie Jarrett is doing the “talks”
posted on 11/07/2012 10:04:31 PM PST
(What has happened to America?)
The Israelis are going to have to strike soon and hard if they want to prevent a nuclear holocaust on their soil. Does anyone believe that the Mullahs won't strike as soon as they have access to a bomb?
posted on 11/07/2012 10:44:05 PM PST
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