Iran Supports Obama
Written byon 2008-09-24T12:32:29+00:00
The Iranian nuclear issue and the future of U.S.-Iran relations are among the most important and controversial subjects in this U.S. presidential campaign. When the leader of Iran comes out in support of Senator Obama, the American people have to ask the question---Why?
Iran knows that Senator McCain will keep the diplomatic hard-line. Escalating international pressure over Iran's nuclear program are giving Tehran a very hard time, and officials there are struggling to curtail the impact of sanctions on the Iranian economy.
Many in Tehran are hoping for a change in the international arena after the U.S. elections and are pinning their hopes on the Democratic nominee, Sen. Barack Obama, who has called for negotiations with Iran without preconditions. This type of international diplomacy (let's all just get along) is not in the best interest of America. We know that Iran does not live up to any thing they say and they will continue to seek nuclear weapons.
Last week, an Iranian news agency close to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Parseh Press, went so far as to write that Mr. Ahmadinejad, who is in New York for the annual U.N. meeting of heads of state and government, would try to meet Mr. Obama on the sidelines of the U.N. gathering.
In spite of internal political conflicts in both the United States and Iran, those advocating confrontation are in increasingly weak positions and supporters of dialogue are growing stronger.
However, Iran understands that the international community will "talk" and not act. However, they fully believe that both the U.S. and Israel will act in a military manner to ensure that they do not get nuclear weapons.
If Iran is for Obama---America should be against Obama.
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