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Still wanna talk, Obama?

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Submitted by Susan (United States), Jun 29, 2009 at 00:50

Obama was holding out, hoping things would calm down and he wouldn't have to condemn the Iranian tyrants and their brutal response to the protesters. He is convinced that he can charm the murderous savages into abandoning their nuke program.with his superhuman powers of persuasion. I guess his extreme self-confidence is somewhat understandable; he has conned and bullied Congress and much of the American public into following his path to socialism and ruin. But I don't think the hardline Iranian ayatollahs are the least bit impressed with him, unlike gullible Americans.

Leaders who murder their own people for treason against Allah and the glorious Islamic revolution are not likely to give up their most prized endeavor for a pacifist, appeasing, apologetic American president. If they agree to any diplomatic overtures in the future, it will be a sham to buy more time.

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