Iranian Crisis Redux : United States Held Hostage…

Obama as Chamberlain...

From the Peanut Prez to the Obot; 34 years on from the Islamic Muslim Terrorist storming of the US Embassy in Tehran, history has the two inhabiting the same shell of appeasement that ultimately resulted in death and destruction upon the United States. In the intervening years, as a result of capitulation to Islamic Jihadist Muslim Terrorist warmongers, we have reached the stage where we now allow our enemies (domestic and foreign) to roam the corridors of WE THE PEOPLE’S mansion freely, and without recourse, which is nothing short of treasonous. Now we have an agreement aiding and abetting the enemy; solid grounds for impeachment.

Retired Air Force Col. Thomas E. Schaefer, 83, called the deal “foolishness.” My personal view is, I never found an Iranian leader I can trust,” he said. “I don’t think today it’s any different from when I was there. None of them, I think, can be trusted. Why make an agreement with people you can’t trust?” Schaefer was a military attache in Iran who was among those held hostage. “It’s kind of like Jimmy Carter all over again,” said Clair Cortland Barnes, now retired and living in Leland, N.C., after a career at the CIA and elsewhere. He sees the negotiations now as no more effective than they were in 1979 and 1980, when he and others languished, held hostage, facing mock executions and other torments. The hostage crisis began in November of 1979 when militants stormed the United States Embassy in Tehran and seized its occupants. Hostage story continues…

 

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