Peace gaggle - including Obama bundler - meets with "The Tiny Terrorist"

Rick Moran
Prominent among the 150 or so Americans who think President Ahmadinejad of Iran is the cat's meow was one of Barack Obama's big fundraisers.

Jodie Evans - co-founder of Code Pink with Medea Benjamin - had a tete a tete with the tiny terrorist following his speech before the UN. Evans is a main fundraiser for Obama, having pledged to bundle $50,000 for the candidate.

Seems only fair. Obama has said he will meet with Ahmadinejad with no preconditions. Evans and the rest of the loons went Obama one better and grovelled for an audience with the terrorist.

His country is selling munitions that are killing their fellow citizens, training terrorists who might one day kill them, and threatening to annhilate an ally because of their religion. And then we get this as a solution:

The CODEPINK women proposed inviting American and Iranian artists to build a "peace park" in Tehran, a memorial dedicated to people-to-people commitment to peace and diplomacy between our two countries.

They also proposed a plan to invest funds in an Iranian business, one that produces green and sustainable products, such as bicycles. This grassroots investment would be the opposite of efforts by the Bush administration and Congress to tighten sanctions, a move which CODEPINK thinks would only hurt ordinary, everyday Iranians. Such a symbolic CODEPINK investment in a green, sustainable business would challenge U.S. regulations blocking trade with Iran and would show how diplomacy and trade are preferable to war and sanctions.



Peace parks and bicycle factories? Yep, should we cut the cake celebrating the end of war now or wait to see if they open a more "sustainable" bakery?

Pathetic. And what will be the American Jewish community's reaction to such a prominent Obama fundraiser meeting with an avowed enemy of the United States and Israel?

Judging by the way liberal Jewish groups sabatoged the anti-Iran rally this week, perhaps they will just keep their mouths shut until Obama is elected.

Hat Tip: Ed Lasky
Prominent among the 150 or so Americans who think President Ahmadinejad of Iran is the cat's meow was one of Barack Obama's big fundraisers.

Jodie Evans - co-founder of Code Pink with Medea Benjamin - had a tete a tete with the tiny terrorist following his speech before the UN. Evans is a main fundraiser for Obama, having pledged to bundle $50,000 for the candidate.

Seems only fair. Obama has said he will meet with Ahmadinejad with no preconditions. Evans and the rest of the loons went Obama one better and grovelled for an audience with the terrorist.

His country is selling munitions that are killing their fellow citizens, training terrorists who might one day kill them, and threatening to annhilate an ally because of their religion. And then we get this as a solution:

The CODEPINK women proposed inviting American and Iranian artists to build a "peace park" in Tehran, a memorial dedicated to people-to-people commitment to peace and diplomacy between our two countries.

They also proposed a plan to invest funds in an Iranian business, one that produces green and sustainable products, such as bicycles. This grassroots investment would be the opposite of efforts by the Bush administration and Congress to tighten sanctions, a move which CODEPINK thinks would only hurt ordinary, everyday Iranians. Such a symbolic CODEPINK investment in a green, sustainable business would challenge U.S. regulations blocking trade with Iran and would show how diplomacy and trade are preferable to war and sanctions.



Peace parks and bicycle factories? Yep, should we cut the cake celebrating the end of war now or wait to see if they open a more "sustainable" bakery?

Pathetic. And what will be the American Jewish community's reaction to such a prominent Obama fundraiser meeting with an avowed enemy of the United States and Israel?

Judging by the way liberal Jewish groups sabatoged the anti-Iran rally this week, perhaps they will just keep their mouths shut until Obama is elected.

Hat Tip: Ed Lasky