Americans are so enamored of equality that they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom.
Alexis de Tocqueville
What the Wiki documents reveal is that one of the US's supposedly closet allies in the ME is funding the terrorists and at the same time goading the US to attack it's enemy Iran.....just like it did to it's other enemy, Iraq.....The WikiLeaks cables report that Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has implored President Obama to "cut off the head of the snake" — embarrassing for the king, perhaps, but no surprise to any of his subjects who have been paying attention. The cables also report the wry reaction of Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates, who insists that military action against Iran is a bad idea: The Saudis, he said, want to "fight the Iranians to the last American."
WikiLeaks, Iran and the U.S.: What the documents don't show - latimes.com
Even more revealing is the Obama administrations use of diplomacy and harsher sanctions is having more of an effect on Iran than threats of military action....
Iran Is in Weaker Position for Next Week's Talks on Its Nuclear Program
I think the Wikileaks may have helped bring Iran to the negotiating table with a much weaker hand. In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if that was the main reason for the leaks. The rest of it just fodder for the National Enquirer.
Stupid Obama holds power. He's the target because he is the living breathing embodiment of leftist governance. He looks like a fool along with Hillary Clinton. This drum beat won't end no matter what happens to Bush.
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