Obama’s Kumbaya Foreign Policy Yet Another Disaster … Ahmadinejad Accuses Obama of Interference When Barack has Done Nothing
Priceless: Ahmadinejad accuses Obama of interference in Iran when “The One” has not even lifted a finger in any meaningful manner to help the Iranian protestors. BTW, Obama gets no points for the lack of support to freedom. Just more useless words as Iranians are gunned down in the streets wanting liberty and freedom. Obama, enemies of the United States hate America no matter who the President is.
Remember during the 2008 Presidential campaign when Barack Obama stated that we needed a change in how we dealt with Iran? Obama stated that he would meet with any foreign dictator who was an enemy of the United States without preconditions. John McCain called such foreign policy dangerous and naive. The Obamamessiah actually believed he could improve relations with Iran just by talking nicely. Guess what, John McCain was correct. Unbelievable.
It was a kindler, gentler and weaker American foreign policy that would make the US the laughing stock of the world and serve no useful purpose. Never was that more evident than with Obama’s “hot dog” foreign policy where even Obama was finally shamed into stopping the slap in the face July 4th Iranian diplomat invitation.
Following the 2008 Presidential election Iran was giddy that Barack Hussein Obama won, which should have been the first sign to all that it was a bad choice. Fast forward to one day after the day Obama took office, Iranians protested America and Barack. present day.
So what did all of this weak, apologetic foreign policy get Barack Obama? The answer is nothing. Without having taken a firm and immediate stance on the Iran regimes brutal crack down on its people who were protesting the corrupt elections, Obama still got the same rhetoric from Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Iran’s hardline president lashed out anew at the United States and President Barack Obama on Saturday, accusing him of interference and suggesting that Washington’s stance on Iran’s postelection turmoil could imperil Obama’s aim of improving relations.
“We are surprised at Mr. Obama,” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in remarks to judiciary officials broadcast on state television. “Didn’t he say that he was after change? Why did he interfere?”
“They keep saying that they want to hold talks with Iran … but is this the correct way? Definitely, they have made a mistake,” Ahmadinejad said.
In the end Barack Obama learns that not everyone is impressed with him and wants to be his friend. Whether it be GWB or Barack Hussein Obama, the present regime in Iran hates the United States and no form of weak, apologetic foreign policy is going to change that.
Please watch the follwoind videos at The Gateway Pundit HERE and HERE and ask yourself if this is the regime and leaders that Barack Obama should be having talks with. How could any country trat their people in this manner and a President of the USA want to have talks with them? Mutual respect? Iranian leaders have no respect for their own people, let alone us.