We're just changing our position. Can't you notice the difference? [media id=5835] [media id=5836] (h/t Bill W) So when Obama says we should start
July 17, 2008

We're just changing our position. Can't you notice the difference?

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So when Obama says we should start negotiations with Iran or the Irag Study group says the same thing---they are traitors to America, but when Condi and Bush do the same thing it's really not the same thing. Oh, boy. They just lie, lie, lie. I can't wait to never see her on the world stage again. Condi, why are you a Nazi appeaser also?

During a speech in Jerusalem, President Bush jumped head first into the 2008 presidential campaign by taking a shot at Democratic presidential nominee, Barack Obama, by comparing his willingness to hold diplomatic talks with Iran to the appeasement of Nazis in the 1930's.

See video here.


In a surprising development in the tense American-Iranian relationship, the US announced this week that it would send a high-level State Department official to attend talks with Iranian nuclear negotiators in Switzerland over the weekend. This unexpected policy turn comes after a tense, saber rattling summer during which the US, Israel, and Iran have traded threats, staged war games, and tested weapons. But observers suggest that the shift in the US's longstanding tactic of isolating Tehran may be motivated by a desire to ensure that other countries such as China and Russia do not make too many concessions to Iran during the negotiations.

(h/t Silent Patriot for helping with the post too)

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