This just might be the most ignoant comment of the week … Russia says that the Iran poses no threat to the US; therefore it must be true. Sergei Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the United States, said that the Iran threat was a myth. As Barack Obama reviews the missile shield project, we get these outlandish comments from comrade Kislyak. Iran is no threat to America. If you believe that then we have a bridge to sell you as well. While we are taking a look at threats, Obama might just want to keep an eye on China and Russia as well? Hmm? But we all know from President Obama, that there is no more war on terror.
Iran poses no threat to the United States, Russia said Tuesday, rebuffing a key argument of President Barack Obama on whether to go ahead with a European missile shield bitterly opposed by Moscow. Former president George W. Bush had infuriated Russia by striking a deal to install 10 missile interceptors in Poland and related radar stations in the Czech Republic, saying they were needed to counter “rogue states” such as Iran. The Obama administration says it is reviewing the shield project, studying whether it is militarily justified and cost effective. But Sergei Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the United States, said that the Iran threat was a myth. “I don’t see any threat to the United States coming from Iran anytime soon,” Kislyak told a conference of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.