First fruits of Obama's U.S. as Middle East "dictator" slander

Originally published by Mike DeVine, Legal Editor for The Minority Report

It didn’t take long for President Barack Hussein Obama’s aggresion inviting weakness messages to bear fruit. Iran’s Jew genocide-seeking MembersOnlyJacket-ijad “reaches out” to our America-Criticizer-in-Chief (A-CINK), but I can’t tell if A-CINK will interpret this as an open hand or a clenched fist:

“Those who say they want to make change, this is the change they should make: they should apologize to the Iranian nation and try to make up for their dark background and the crimes they have committed against the Iranian nation,” [President Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad (pictured) said.

Not hard to tell for whom Iran’s Commander-in-Chief speaks, is it? Unlike yesterday’s olive branch from our A-CINK, President Obama:

“What I told him [Middle East envoy George Mitchell] is start by listening, because all too often the United States starts by dictating,” Obama told the interviewer.

The first Iranian fruits from our President’s increased diplomatic emphasis break from the Bush Administration comes on the heels of earlier moves last week announcing the closing of Gitmo withing 12 months and that caprured terrorists will have not one hair on their heads bothered before their “OJ trials.” The target audiences of these moves and messages have been Obama’s left-wing base and liberasl media around the world in an effort to make people like us more. But the message sent to our enemies, and especially the world’s number one sponsor of terror for four decades, is one of weakness or, as Osama bin Laden concluded before 911, that the U.S. as a “weak horse” and a “paper tiger.”

More of Iran’s demands:

“When they say policy would change, it means they would end America’s military presence around the world,” he said, referring to U.S. troops in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere in the world.

The Iranian president listed a range of “crimes” such as trying to block what Tehran says is a peaceful nuclear power generation program, hindering Iran’s development since the 1979 revolution and other actions by several administrations for more than 60 years.

End America’s military presence around the world? The last time our world military presence was reduced, Saddam Hussein invaded Iran twice and conquered Kuwait as our country suffered multiple attacks from al Qaeda and Iranian-backed terrorists throughout the 1990s culminating with those on September 11, 2001.

Since that date, during the era of America’s clenched Bush fist, we have suffered ZERO attacks.

Still want to loved by Al-Arabiya and the BBC, Obama?

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