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What Did Chamberlain Do? Anti-obama Campaigner Digs Himself A Hole.

It becomes clearer and clearer by the day that many in the anti-Obama bandwagon don't really know what they are talking about, many have no concrete idea what his policies are, many couch their inherent racism by pretending Obama has a foreign policy plan that is dangerous to America.

Watch Kevin James make a fool of himself.

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Is Iran dangerous as NKorea and yet US talking to them? Iran is the only country in M/east that is a democracy. Iran helped US during Afghan invasion. Saudi Arabia has far more human rights abuses than Iran. Iran was the only country in M/east where its citizens rose in defense of US during 9/11. Iranians staged vigil and candle lights. There is also a historic fact that some Iranians helped some Jews during Holocaust. The problem is that Iranians elected a rogue president just like Nigerians elected OBJ. Its also worthy of note that 16 US govt agencies said that Iran suspended its nuclear programs.

The problem between US and Iran is not about Isreal, but the overthrow of a democratically elected govt in Tehran by US forces. Now , are there any pointers to fact that not talking to Iran has changed their behavior.I dont think there is any record of Iran's external agression towards their neighbours. Worst case scenario, bomb Iran , but does that stop them from Nuclear programs since they have got scientists and engineers who can start the program from scratch? We also need to remember that most of their neighbours have nuclear capabilities, and lots of US bases around them.

South African example should be a reminder to us no to excommunicate some countries that are ruled by maniacs. Also if Iraq is this tough, Iran will be tougher , no kidding. US can talk to them just like it did to N/Korea instead of using EU.

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Talk about not knowing history.Obama dropped this gem of ignorance while responding to Bush's recent comments:http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2008/05/17/america/NA-POL-US-Elections.php?page=2

No,Mr Obama,Kennedy met with Khrushchev(3/6/61) 16 months before the Cuban Missile Crisis(Oct/1962) brought both nations to the brink of nuclear war. http://encarta.msn.com/media_461558316_761569374_-1_1/kennedy_and_khrushchev.html

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this is the same childish response that holds no water. No one is denying the Iranians the "right" to nuclear weapons however the past has shown us that when these rogue nations do possess nuclear weapons they are more than likely to use it against their percieved enemies.

Iraq launched scud missiles at Israel during the gulf war that didnt involve Israel at all!

Iraq has used nuclear weapons against its own citizens.

We know that Iran is bent on destroying the jewish nation.

We know how much Iran and Syria have destabilized Lebanon.

We know how up to 6 arab nations surrounded Israel to destroy her in 1948, 1967 and 1973 . . .

to compare France to Iran is simply incredulous!

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Chasing shadows as usual.

Why are some people concerned about Iran going nuclear when the US, UK, France all produce nuclear weapons.

Why are some people concerned about Iran going nuclear when India, Pakistan and Israel are not signatories to the NPT and as such develop nuclear weapons.

In the history of the world as it stands together only the US has used atomic bombs on 2 civilian populations and yet they want to dictate who develops what and who can be trusted with what.

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I certainly do not agree to talking to Iran without preconditions, i might support Obama but i wont swallow wholesale the idea that we have sane individuals in Tehran who are interested in peace rather than a global isl'amic caliphate complete with nuclear weapons.

I prefer Israel's approach, once there is evidence of a nuclear enrichment programme then bomb it. You can always talk later.

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Obviously,unless one has a few loose screws in the head,you can only talk to Iran if they are willing to talk,otherwise you will be engaging in a monologue.I don't think Obama has reached that extent.

The question is;if and when Iran indicates interest in talking,should the US talk to them without preconditions? While you are busy talking,Iran's nuclear enrichment carries on regardless.Have you forgotten that an Iranian official noted that his country wants to drag out talks over its nuclear programme until the programme is completed?

Anybody with knowledge of history,has seen this happen before.A country bent on going nuclear carries on its programme while simultaneously "sitting at the roundtable" discussing how it should stop it.N.Korea did it to the last Democrat we had in the White House.

Here is an excerpt from the NYT on Obama's plans:

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/02/us/politics/02obama.html

Here is an excerpt from Obama's website:

http://www.barackobama.com/issues/foreignpolicy/

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I think we need to look into this misconception that Obama is willing to just go talk to Iran without preconditions . . . i suppose his policy thrust is to talk to them ONLY when they are willing to come to the roundtable.

Bush has "talked" to Iran by flexing his muscles . . .

I believe strongly that this is not merely a battle of wills but one of deep-seated religious and political ideology that cannot be undone just by a few rounds of talks. At the end of the day Iran and the US will never be friends . . . Obama has not ruled out the use of the military when it comes to Iran, perhaps many of us will rather see some effort on the part of the US to do something more than just shipping tanks and troops to Tehran.

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If Lebanon is not a state then it can't be a puppet of Iran for there is no state to control.The Syrians,though cooperative with Iran and N.Korea,are no puppets

You still haven't explained what it is Obama will do for Ahmedinejad that will change things.The US already talks with Iran.The Clinton Administration also talked to Iran,so also did Bush 1 and Reagan.

How will Obama "change" Iran for the better? Obama himself has never claimed that the Bush Administration doesn't talk to Iran,claiming that will amount to a barefaced lie.Where Obama claims to offer a policy difference is that he will maintain presidential talks with Iran without pre-conditions.

I don't know about you,but I don't think the Iranian Mullahs are like a spurned girlfriend whose main gripe is that Uncle Sam won't talk to them.Their ideology is deeply rooted and cannot be negotiated away.It is the height of naivety to suggest that talking to them "without pre-conditions" is the elixir for their intransigence.

I'm glad you noted that it was Carter(any surprise that he loves Obama?) whose 'wonderful' idea of talking your enemy into submission that corralled Israel and not Reagan.Today,Carter's NSA,Brzezinski,is an Obama adviser.

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Ridiculous? We'll see . . .

Referring to Lebanon as a state is what is indeed ridiculous. That is nothing but a fiefdorm being trampled upon by the stooges of Iran and Syria. Do we have a Lebanese "goverment"? A government that had to practically beg for its survival when a militia group took over half its capital? They've not been able to elect a president since Nov last yr.

lol at hezbollah barely garners 30% of the Lebanese vote . . . the fact that a terrorist group funded by Iran is even garnering any votes at all is cause for alarm. It was barely a few yrs ago that Hamas could barely garner 30% of the vote too.

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Calling Syria Iran's puppet is ridiculous.Neither is Lebanon Iran's puppet.Hezbollah is but Hezbollah is in opposition to the Lebanese Govt which is pro-US.Hezbollah barely garners 30% of the votes in Lebanon.

Before you and I were even born,Ahmedinejad has held certain absolutist views on religion which he still holds.How is Obama going to manage to talk the Iranian Mullahs out of their beliefs about the Middle-East?

As someone pointed in the UK Times,he won't be surprised if Obama supporters believe Obama can heal the sick or walk on water.What is Obama going to offer to Iran that hasn't been offered them by various US Adminitrations?

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Haniyeh is the spokesman for a terrorist group masquerading as a government . . . Ahmedinejad is president of an oil producing nation with considerable leverage in the middle east. It is no secret that Iran is the puppet master behind Syria and Lebanon (harbouring hezbollah) . . . and is critical to the survival and stability of Iraq.

If Bush could talk to North Korea (whom he once labelled as the axis of evil) then there is no reason why America should not attempt getting through to Ahmedinejad.

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Tell me one major difference between Haniyeh and Ahmedinejad? Why would you prefer to talk to the latter but not the former? Does the latter also accept Israel's right to exist-The distinction between the 2 by Obama is based on warped logic and pseudo-intellectualism.

The reasons why he won't talk to Hamas also apply in the case of Iran.

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The guy reminds of orji kalu on hardtalk.

What a jackass he is.

Talking hugwash.

No knowledge of history, yet he is suppossed to be a polital pundit.

Any way, he's American.

I forgive him because of that.

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The saying goes, ' The empty drum makes the loudest noise'

Kevin James is living prove of that. Next time when he wants to go on

air and criticise Obama he sure will do a little browsing of his

history book before making a spectacle of himself on national tv.

Mehn! Ignorance no good Ooh!

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Damn that was so funny! The guy was already in a hole and just kept digging with so much vigour. He was obviously out of his depth and should just have humbled himself. He would have retained some respect that way. You could see the hate for Obama from the contours on his face when he was talking. He was given the humiliation he deserved.

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I could'nt have said it better.

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Its instructive to note that many right wing whites who listen to these "radio talk show hosts" wont even bother to critically consider their opinions. Kevin James virulently thinks Obama's policies are dangerous to America, the problem is he cant even articulate which policies and why.

Kevin James doesnt explain why Obama, a US presidential candidate, should be speaking at the Knesset. Should Mccain also go speak in Iraq? He perpetuates the myth that Robert Malley, a former foreign policy adviser for Obama, had links with Hamas . . . what he ignorantly or maliciously fails to tell us is that Robert Malley met Hamas as part of his duties working for the International Crisis Group in the Middle East.

Sadly it seems Americans are too willing to listen to armchair racists who think screaming is synonymous with knowing what they are talking about.

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silly ignorant right wing nut. sean hannity, rush limbaugh, bill o'riely and all those conservertive right wing talk radio nuts surely deserve to be next, silly ignorant bastards that knows nothing but to spew bigotary and ignorance on the air waves and pollute the minds of the so called blue white working class Reagan democrats.

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Bloody . All these anti-Obamites, I notice that they don't have any real case against him. They say this and say that to hide their inherent racism. Bloody .

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Another point for people to keep loving Obama.

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What puts America in these difficult times is collective and passive ignorance spewed by  likes of Bush and Kevin James. Folks who have relationships with Bin Ladens are not being  asked any questions. This guy is a reminder of  that guy who criticized Obama for not wearing a flag pin even though he did not have one. Teaching  a  radio host what appeasement means. I bet you this guy has a lot of followers and listeners. Massive ignorance ruins a  nation.

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Dumbass Bushman man a silly comment today. Rather than focusing on Israel's 60th anniversary he went their to bash Obama. silly man.

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