Inexperience and Obama's latest Foibles

Obama’s lame response to the Iranian crackdown after the fraudulent election of Ahmadinejad to a second term of dictatorship was dubious at best. Many of us in the blogosphere questioned Obama’s failure to support the Iranian people who protested the illegitimacy of the election. We watched with horror as the innocent in Iran were either thrown in jail, tortured, or killed. When Obama subsequently supported Honduran President Zaleya, who was lawfully ousted through Constitutional process, I concluded that Obama’s foreign policy entailed intentionally supporting the world’s dictators at the expense of the free will of an electorate.However, David Ignatius, recently writing in the Washington Post, notes an interesting connection involving an apparent internal power struggle occurring in Iran between the Ahmadinejad regime and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and two letters that Obama sent to Khamenei within the past several months:“One Iranian...(Read Full Post)