U.S. contacted Iran’s ayatollah before election – Washington Times

What a disaster. No wonder the administration has been so mush-mouthed the past two weeks about freedom in Iran!

Prior to this month’s disputed presidential election in Iran, the Obama administration sent a letter to the country’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, calling for an improvement in relations, according to interviews and the leader himself.

Ayatollah Khamenei confirmed the letter toward the end of a lengthy sermon last week…

Cf., EXCLUSIVE: U.S. contacted Iran’s ayatollah before election – Washington Times

What a bunch of lightweights running the president.

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4 responses to “U.S. contacted Iran’s ayatollah before election – Washington Times

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  3. All I can say is, “SHAME”!

    At the time when Iranians were living in peace and wealth, United States of America had a president called “CARTER”, who kept on talking about human rights in Iran. He was a loud speaker for few terrorists jailed in Iran, a loud speaker for those who ousted the shah and brought the Islamic Republic to Iran.

    Now after 30 years of terror, torture, war, bloodbath, stoning, group hanging in the streets of Iran cities, there is a president in America,who made history and his slogan was “CHANGE”!!!!! And all he said about the situation in Iran was that he was saddened!

    I am just wondering what has happened to President Carter? To voice his “HUMAN RIGHTS” in the loud speakers?????

    Dear President Hussain Obama, Iranian people need a helping hand. All they are asking is, “SUPPORT”.

  4. Obama, you should be ashamed of yourself.

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