Obama Administration negotiating with terrorists

Terrorist prisoner exchanged for release of two British soldiers’ remains

Andrew McCarthy of NRO warns ‘Prepare to be infuriated.

As the Iranian government’s murderous repression of the Iranian people continues, critics right and left agitate over the deafening silence of an American president who, as a candidate, derided the Bush administration’s ambitious democracy promotion as too timid. They speculate as to why Barack Obama won’t speak out: Why won’t he condemn the mullahs? Is he daft enough to believe he can charm the regime into abandoning its nuclear ambitions? Does the self-described realist so prize stability that he thinks it’s worth abandoning the cause of freedom — and the best chance in 30 years of dislodging an implacable American enemy?

In truth, it’s worse than that. Even as the mullahs are terrorizing the Iranian people, the Obama administration is negotiating with an Iranian-backed terrorist organization and abandoning the American proscription against exchanging terrorist prisoners for hostages kidnapped by terrorists. Worse still, Obama has already released a terrorist responsible for the brutal murders of five American soldiers in exchange for the remains of two deceased British hostages.

This may explain his inexplicable deference to the Iranian leadership in his remarks during the last ten days.

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2 thoughts on “Obama Administration negotiating with terrorists

  1. It is obvious that Obama is soft on Iran because he is on the side of the Mullahs. he wants to see the students repressed.

  2. Pingback: Jacoby: ‘Democracy’ is a dirty word for Obama « SPITFIRE MURPHY

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