Comparing himself to Biden, Obama said something to the effect that he (Obama) was BORN in Kenya and raised by a single mother! Check for the audio of this before it gets scrubbed. Meanwhile Obama, the megolomaniac with exceedingly bad judgment, wants to be accepted as candidate in an ancient European style Temple stage setting.His adoring fans may see him as a hero in a toga but his long time friends like Ayers the convicted American terrorist, see him as the Marxist they taught him to be. More recent Moslem friends like those in islamic iran support him with money and orders to their followers to also help fund and support him. In return he chooses a declared enemy of Israel and devoted friend of islamic Iran as his Vice-Presidential running mate. VIEW THE VIDEO THE NEW NATIONAL ANTHEM Here are some insights into the Biden bin Iran positions:
As chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Biden is well versed in policy debates and carefully choreographed trips.
But his record on the Islamic Republic of Iran -- perhaps the chief national security threat facing the next president -- suggests a persistent and dangerous judgment deficit.
Biden's unyielding pursuit of "engagement" with Iran for more than a decade has made it easier for Tehran to pursue its nuclear program, while his partisan obsession with thwarting the Bush administration has led him to oppose tough sanctions against hard-liners in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.
Alan Note: The Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) controls about 80% of Islamic Iranian industrial, housing and manufacturing projects with huge access to funds, uncontested huge cost overruns and profits equally enriching them and terrorists they fund in Syria, Lebanon, Gaza, Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. JUST FOR STARTERS.
Add Al Qaeda cells everywhere they exist to the list and many thousands of sleeper/suicide cells in Europe and the USA and you wonder how Biden ever had our survival in his heart or stroke debilitated mind.
Eleven years ago, on Aug. 4, 1997, Iranian President Mohammad Khatami proposed a dialogue of civilizations. The world applauded. Biden spearheaded efforts to seize the mantle of engagement.
In September 1998, for example, Biden told the Czech foreign minister that cutting radio broadcasts into Iran might better encourage dialogue.
Not long after President Bush declared Iran part of an "axis of evil," Biden headlined a March 13, 2002, dinner at the American Iranian Council, an organization underwritten at the time by a dozen oil companies and dedicated to ending sanctions on Iran.
At the gala (at which Biden also endorsed regime change in Iraq), he spoke of the dichotomy between hard-liners and the reformers led by Khatami. In order to encourage reform, he invited "the elected representatives in Iran, to meet with . . . members of the United States Congress."
Biden indicated that it would not be his first meeting with Iranian parliamentarians.
“... the Senate considered a bipartisan amendment to designate the Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terrorist organization, an important step to aid nonviolent efforts to deny it funds and financing.
Biden was one of only 22 senators to vote against it.
“I voted against the amendment to designate Iran’s Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist organization because I don’t trust this administration,” he said.
Distrust of the U.S. president is the nature of politics, but skepticism about foreign dictators and their Brown Shirts is the backbone of judgment? “
“Biden’s political games have made him Tehran’s favorite senator.
As Gen. David Petraeus struggled to unite Iraqis across the ethnic and sectarian divide, Iran’s Press TV seized on Biden’s plan for partitioning Iraq and featured his statements with the headline “US plans to disintegrate Iraq.”
Biden’s attack-dog statements about U.S. policy failures emboldened Iranian hard-liners to defy diplomacy.
In the Dec. 7, 2007, official sermon, Ayatollah Mohammad Kashani speaking on behalf of Iran’s supreme leader, declared, “This Senator [Biden] correctly says Israel could not suppress Hizbullah in Lebanon, so how can the U.S. stand face-to-face with a nation of 70 million?”