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Iran Will Eventualy Think Getting American Indulgences Was Not All That Virtuous After All

Reader comment on item: Thoughts on the P5+1 Negotiations with Tehran
in response to reader comment: Obama has the virtue of consistency

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Dec 8, 2014 at 10:45

There are some compelling nuances in Doug Mayfield's post, up to and including a concurrent sentiment that the American Administrative Chief Executive not only appears to continue in his disingenuous and dispassionate squandering of the former resources of freedom, but the semblance of an alliance with the Iranian leadership now seems to fall in place with his long ago stated Muslim persuasions. Indeed the negotiations are accomplishing a goal, just not the goals of defending freedom as was once sworn (an oath now broken) towards protecting real (and not feigned) democratic values.

America has been promised many things by the current administration; but as many are finding out too late, the only message that should have been scrutinized for its sinister implications was Cairo 2009; this along with the Candidate's promise to entertain contacting Iran should have been warning enough and what is being prepared for the free world as this is being written has already been written and will be revealed in its due time. The mechanism is in place; only the opportunity remains to be seen.

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