President Panty Waist: "It Would Not Be Helpful if the US Was Seen by the World as Meddling" …Update: Sarkozy Denounces Iran Vote Fraud

The regime is shooting at protesters from rooftops.
But, Obama needs more time to assess the situation and refuses to condemn the killer regime.


President Panty Waist repeated continued to distance himself from the brave Iranian democracy protesters today.
Breitbart reported:

President Barack Obama says he believes supreme leader Ayatollah ali Khamenei has deep concerns about the civil unrest that has followed the hotly contested presidential election there.

Obama repeated Tuesday at a news conference his “deep concerns” about the disputed balloting. He said he believes the ayatollah’s decision to order an investigation “indicates he understands the Iranian people have deep concerns.”

But at the same time, Obama said it would not be helpful if the United States was seen by the world as “meddling” in the issue.

What a disgrace.
Only someone who is ashamed of their country would utter such nonsense.


Dennis Prager was 100% correct: “Dear Iranians: Don’t Count on America (or Any Country Led by Left)”

Related… George Bush Stood With Democracy Activists– Obama Stands With Dictators

More… Reagan wasn’t silent.

UPDATE: Sarkozy denounces Iran vote fraud.
Africasia reported:

French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Tuesday branded Iran’s election result a fraud as the international outcry over the security forces’ crackdown on the opposition in Tehran intensified.

Governments from Asia to Europe voiced concern about the violence that erupted Monday during rallies protesting the hardliner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s re-election, with US President Barack Obama saying he had “deep concerns” while also not wanting to meddle in Iran’s affairs.

But while some governments tried to avoid taking sides, Sarkozy said the unrest was a direct result of Ahmadinejad’s failings in his first term.

“The extent of the fraud is proportional to the violent reaction,” said the French leader.

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