Jimmah Obama

How heartwarming and full of hope:

If elected president, Senator Barack Obama would meet with Iran’s leaders and offer economic inducements and a possible promise not to seek “regime change” if Iran stopped meddling in Iraq and cooperated on terrorism and nuclear issues.
In an hour-long interview on Wednesday, Obama made clear that forging a new relationship with Iran would be a major element of a broad effort to stabilize Iraq. And he vowed to engage in “aggressive personal diplomacy” with Iran and other regional powers as he withdrew American combat forces in Iraq.


3 thoughts on “Jimmah Obama”

  1. “Moron” is right, and that’s coming from a politicl moderate. He definitely doesn’t have enough experience in foreign policy to be president, as evidenced by his remarks about Iran. Cynthia

  2. The fact that anybody takes this guy seriously is seriously disturbing. I know we live in an very shallow, superficial society, but the presidency of the United States should be above all that. Very scary.

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