Not only has the United States Obama Government labeled Iran's nuclear develop "Israel's problem," but that's the policy of Mitt Romney, too. Iran is a serious international problem!
Why do United States President Barack Hussein Obama and his perky poodle Secretary of State Hillary Clinton refuse to state any teeth-like deadlines or conditions for the Iranians?
QUESTION: On Iran, nuclear negotiations have ground to a halt despite increasing noises out of Israel* about a possible preemptive military strike. The EU is now talking about new sanctions. What’s the game-changer here? Does the U.S. need to state more explicit redlines to persuade Iran to take the deal that was offered and to reassure Israel to hold off from a military strike?It's obvious that the Obama-Clinton government has been following, as she calls it, a "steady course," but it's the road to international hell and violence, not to any sort of peace. But then what can we expect when the US President doesn't bother attending official security briefings.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, I think we’ve maintained a steady course of our two-pronged policy. We have always said every option was on the table, but we believe in the negotiation, the diplomatic effort through the P-5+1, but also pressure. And we are working to increase that pressure. The sanctions, we know, are having an effect. The efforts that the P-5+1 have made to pin Iran down on what exactly they are willing to do are still underway, and we will be having some meetings in the next month in New York and elsewhere to take stock of where we are. So I think it’s a very challenging effort to get them to move in a way that complies with their international obligations, but we believe that is still, by far, the best approach to take at this time.
QUESTION: Is there a deadline?
SECRETARY CLINTON: We’re not setting deadlines. We’re watching very carefully about what they do, because it’s always been more about their actions and their words. (complete official interview transcript)
*emphasis mine, nu, "noises?"
The Government Accountability Institute, a new conservative investigative research organization, examined President Obama’s schedule from the day he took office until mid-June 2012, to see how often he attended his Presidential Daily Brief (PDB) — the meeting at which he is briefed on the most critical intelligence threats to the country. During his first 1,225 days in office, Obama attended his PDB just 536 times — or 43.8 percent of the time. During 2011 and the first half of 2012, his attendance became even less frequent — falling to just over 38 percent. By contrast, Obama’s predecessor, George W. Bush almost never missed his daily intelligence meeting.
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The world is in danger from both the Iranian nuclear development and the total incompetence of the free world's (United States, Europe, Israel etc) ineffective opposition to it.