Sunday, February 07, 2010

While the Superbowl begins, Ahmadenijad orders Enrichment of Uranium to commence

Ahmadinejad Orders Higher Enrichment of Uranium
Iran's president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ordered his country's atomic agency on Sunday to begin the production of higher enriched uranium, in a move that's likely to deepen international skepticism about the country's real intentions on the crucial issue of enriched uranium.

In comments broadcast on state television, Ahmadinejad said: "God willing, 20 percent enrichment will start" to meet Iran's needs.

But not to worry after all as Obama's open hand diplomacy keeps hoping to dodge a clenched fist without having to actually do anything other than keep talking and threatening sanctions, eventually, sometime, later, any day now - Gates Says It's Not Too Late for Iran Sanctions
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates is calling on the international community to rally together to pressure Iran into abandoning its nuclear program.

Gates, who's in Rome as part of a weeklong European trip, told reporters Sunday that if the international community stands together to bring pressure on Iran he believes there's still time for sanctions to work.
Sure, nothing to see here, just keep talking without doing anything as Iran continues on the road to a nuclear capability.

Don't you wish Obama would finally find the wherewithal to say "the time for bickering is over" to someone other than Republicans? Preferably to an actual avowed enemy of the United States poised to obtain Nuclear Weapons?

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