Friday, January 20, 2006

Sen. Clinton calls for sanctions against Iran

The Daily Princetonian reports Sen. Clinton calls for sanctions against Iran

Hillary wants to be seen as a leader, so she is trying to run ahead of the pack so she can say "lets go this way" and pretend to be the one leading the way we are already going
'New vision and leadership' needed for U.S. policy in Mideast
The leadership we have is doing a very good job, certainly better than your husband did.
Repeatedly referring to a need for "new vision and leadership" in U.S. policy toward the Middle East, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) called Wednesday for United Nations sanctions against Iran and further global advances in women's rights, and urged optimism for a peaceful resolution to the Israel-Palestine conflict.
A peaceful resolution. Now why did no one else think of that. Exactly what do you propose.
"We cannot and should not — must not — permit Iran to build or acquire nuclear weapons," Clinton said in a speech before a capacity crowd in Richardson Auditorium. "In order to prevent that from occurring, we must have more support vigorously and publicly expressed by China and Russia, and we must move as quickly as feasible for sanctions in the United Nations."
We knoww, and that is what we are pushing for.
Though never mentioning President Bush by name, Clinton strongly criticized the current administration's policy toward Iran. "I believe that we lost critical time in dealing with Iran because the White House chose to downplay the threats and to outsource the negotiations," Clinton said.
Make up your mind. When we go it alone, you say we are unilateralists, and that we should pursue a multilaterial solution, and when we pursue a multilateral solution you say we should go it alone.

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