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Monday, November 10, 2014

Laughing all the way to the bank: Guess what's next with Iran

The US State Department is denying it, but who is more trustworthy these days - the State Department or the 'Islamic Republic of Iran.' If you believe the Iranians, they're sitting in Baku right now (the capital of nearby Azerbaijan) negotiating diplomatic relations with the United States.
As the US and world powers approach a November 24 deadline on nuclear talks with Iran, governmental sources in the Islamic regime have reported that they are conducting secret talks with America about renewing diplomatic ties for the first time in 35 years.
Iranian government advisers spoke to the British The Times, and said secret talks with American officials have centered around the possibility of opening a US trade office in the Iranian capital of Tehran if a nuclear deal is reached.
Those talks are to continue this week, and according to the officials will take place in the Azerbaijani capital of Baku, located just north of Iran on the Caspian Sea.
They added that the Iranian delegation in the covert talks is led by Mohammad Reza Sabzalipour, head of Iran's global trade bureau.
A source in the US State Department cited by the paper denied the reports.
So when Obama pardons the turkey this year, he'll pardon Iran?  I really don't care if Obama gets egg on his face, but I do care if he leaves egg on the face of the entire West.

What could go wrong?

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