The Bush side of Obama

by Fred

Watching President Obama’s interview with the BBC Persian service, one is left with the unavoidable conclusion that for all intents and purposes as far as his current approach toward IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic is concerned, he is the personification of the former President Bush.

Gone is his “extended hand of friendship” toward “the Islamic Republic of Iran", it is now “the regime” as a separate entity than the “Iranian people". Gone is also the nonsense approach of unconditional talk with no penalty for IRR's illegal behaviors including its acquisition of weaporized nuke, crime against humanity and support for international terrorism, just to name a few.

Unfortunately this delay in pragmatically approaching the problem has opened the door for impatient forces who have never believed in the removal of the Islamist Rapists by the Iranian people and have always prescribed the use of military might to do the job.

It is time for the Democracy Central, DC, to speed up the coming out of its long hibernation, take no for an answer and realized if it does not openly help the fed up Iranian people with needed moral and material support to overthrow the nuke acquiring messianic Islamists, resisting the other option will become untenable.


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