Secretary of State Clinton delivered a supportive speech at the annual AIPAC meeting, putting the lie to all the wishful thinking by the Islamists/Anti-Semites and their likeminded lefty lapdog allies salivating at the thought of split between Israel and U.S.
Israel being a strategic, historical and cultural ally of Iran, naturally her security is of interest to those who think of Iran’s national interests once she is emancipated from the tyranny of IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic.
In her speech Lady Clinton left no doubt about the continuation of the long term American strategic partnership with Israel. But, what she said about Iran -if it is anything other than a tactical policy- is cause for major worry with the potential to be a recipe for yet another shortsighted U.S. policy towards IRR.
Secretary of State in part said:
“For Israel, there is no greater strategic threat than the prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran. Elements in Iran's government have become a menace, both to their own people and in the region. Iran's president foments anti-Semitism, denies the Holocaust, and threatens to destroy Israel. The Iranian leadership funds and arms terrorists who have murdered Americans and Israelis alike. And it has waged a campaign of intimidation and persecution against its own people. …”
The “elements” in IRR is the source of worry. In other words there are other “elements” in IRR who have not been and are not all the things the Secretary of State meticulously enumerated.
If so, the American foreign policy towards IRR under her watch will have no better outcome than it did with her President of a husband pacing the hallway outside the men’s room at the UN for the “reformist” Islamist President to come out to shake his hand and break the ice.
Anything but a regime change is barking up the wrong tree.
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