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And if you believe this ...
Posted by: McQ on Monday, July 28, 2008

I have a bridge you might be interested in purchasing.
[Iranian President] Ahmadinejad stated that he sees “new behavior shown by the United States and the officials of the United States.” Those remarks are seen as a reference to recent talks between U.S. Undersecretary of State William Burns and diplomats from Iran and five other countries regarding Iran’s nuclear program.

Ahmadinejad stated that it remains to be seen whether the perceived new U.S. attitude toward Iran is “rooted in a new approach” or whether it is “a continuation in the confrontation with the Iranian people, but in a new guise.”

“If this is the continuation of the old process, well, the Iranian people needs to defend its right, its interests as well,” Ahmadinejad stated. “But if the approach changes, we will be facing a new situation, and the response by the Iranian people will be a positive one.”
He's either fallen for hopey-changitude or he's, as usual, leading the gullible, naive and those that might be thought of as "not the sharpest knife in the drawer" down the usual "6,000 working centrifuges" primrose path.

Which do you think it is, given his history?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Monday welcomed a statement from Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who said that his country would react positively if the U.S. were to soften its stance toward Iran.
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Countdown to Osirak
Written By: Is
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And tomorrow, to show they think there’s a change in the wind and to demonstrate their willingness to negotiate with the west...

He’ll give a speech saying Israel should be bulldozed flat and the Zionist regime will die in fire to cleanse the holy lands from Zionist taint.

When the world asks him what he means (because ya know, it’s apparently not self evident and people like Nancy P will wonder what he means), he’ll say he doesn’t mean Iran will do that, he just means, ya know, it’s, like a prophecy, or...a suggestion, and Allah probably has it all in the queue ready to go.
Written By: looker
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With logic like this .. I expect to hear next that Hiliary et al voted for the Iraq War Resolution because the military was going to fight the Iraqi Republican Guard.
Written By: Neo
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"a continuation in the confrontation with the Iranian people, but in a new guise."

Send out a feeler, a confidence building measure, a small compromise to test the waters and this dude thinks its a continuation of confrontation in another guise.

So when Obama lands in Tehran for direct talks, he’ll thinks its the equivalent of a nuclear attack?

Written By: Harun
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Which do you think it is, given his history?
Looks to me like Iran has been given a face-saving way to back away from the almost certain massive destruction that was/is in store for them.

Diplomacy at work.
Written By: Arcs
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