Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad lashed out at the United States and President Obama. Ahmadinejad accused Obama of interference in the post election in Iran and that because of Washington’s stance, Obama’s aim at improving relations with Iran have been damaged.




Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Surprised at Obama



Madman said, “We are surprised at Mr. Obama,” in remarks to judiciary officials broadcast on state television. “Didn’t he say that he was after change? Why did he interfere? They keep saying that they want to hold talks with Iran … but is this the correct way? Definitely, they have made a mistake,” Ahmadinejad said.

Obama was criticized both here and abroad for not taking a stand in response to allegations that Ahmadinejad’s re-election was won by fraud. That led to protest calling for a recount and a new election.

But because Obama wants to improve relations with Iran more then he wants them to have real freedom, he did what he does very well. NOTHING. He refused to make any statements with any teeth. Whenever there is a crisis, Obama goes into community organizer mode and does nothing.

But on Friday, two weeks after the elections, he hailed the demonstrators in Iran and condemned the violence against them. “Their bravery in the face of brutality is a testament to their enduring pursuit of justice,” Obama said. “The violence perpetrated against them is outrageous. In spite of the government’s efforts to keep the world from bearing witness to that violence, we see it and we condemn it.”

As He said during the campaign, “they are only words.” Obama proves by his delay to respond that he is inept as Commander in Chief.

The Ayatollah has called for severe punishment including execution for the protest leaders as the third week of protest continue. Ayatollah Ahmed Khatami, a ranking cleric, said “Anyone who takes up arms to fight with the people, they are worthy of execution.”

And yet again our President is saying and doing nothing.