20 October 2007

Here's another shocker...

Sane people sometimes have a problem working for crazy people...
Iran's chief negotiator with the West over Tehran's nuclear programme, Ali Larijani, has resigned.

Mr Larijani had differences with the president over how to proceed with the negotiations, correspondents say.
Apparently Mr Larijani is more concerned about Tehran being turned into a puddle of blackened, smoking, molten glass... than appeasing Madman Ahmadinejad's invisible friend, the "Hidden Imam."
Mr Larijani has favoured further negotiations with the West over Iran's uranium enrichment programme, as opposed to the president's more hard-line approach, our correspondent says.
Which is code for, "How far away do I have to move my family... in order to clear the imminent lethal strike zone?"


LAST WORD: If Iran wants to be dealt in...

They better make sure they've got the chips.
“The United States joins other nations in sending a clear message: We will not allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon.”

David Makovsky, a senior fellow at the Washington Institute who moderated a panel discussion before and after Mr. Cheney’s speech, said the vice president also seemed to draw a new red line when, instead of saying it is “not acceptable” for Iran to have a nuclear weapon, he said the world “will not allow” it.

“The first is a condition,” Mr. Makovsky said. “The second is a commitment.”

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