Are they at full panic yet, or will that come later?
Cyclo = The Amazing Kreskin
He knows what you are thinking!
Cyclo is melting down right before our eyes and it's pretty damn funny
Quote:Cyclo is melting down right before our eyes and it's pretty damn funny
You think it's funny NOW?? (give it about another three weeks.....)
You can't imagine how crushed I am that you hold me in low esteem.
However I think I can appreciate why you exclusively view the world through a lens of sexual orientation, somewhere along the line you've taken a paranoid fantasy and immersed yourself in it:
The secret Mormon directed agenda of Mitt Romeny is to exterminate homosexuals.
The ultimate Victim Profile.
What is there to negotiate?
Same as negotiations with North Korea on the same subject.
It buys them time for further enrichment and developement.
But National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor pushed back against the Times's story.
"It’s not true that the United States and Iran have agreed to one-on-one talks or any meeting after the American elections," he said in a statement.
"We continue to work with the P5+1 on a diplomatic solution and have said from the outset that we would be prepared to meet bilaterally. The president has made clear that he will prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon, and we will do what we must to achieve that," Vietor added. "It has always been our goal for sanctions to pressure Iran to come in line with its obligations. The onus is on the Iranians to do so, otherwise they will continue to face crippling sanctions and increased pressure."
The Times report came barely more than 48 hours ahead of the third and final presidential debate, which will focus on foreign policy. Signs that Iran is willing to negotiate on its nuclear program could be helpful to Obama, who has long favored a diplomatic resolution to tensions with Iran and has implemented new sanctions aimed at forcing Tehran into negotiations.
UPDATE: The Times story has been updated to include Vietor's statement and to say that the United States and Iran have "agreed in principle" to talks.
The Americans who pay any attention to international affairs know that talks are used by our enemies to buy time.