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Michael (faster please) Ledeen on 11/10/13: 'It's Not Easy To Make A Deal With Iran ... '

Remember him? War mongering Neocon who advocated turning the ME into a 'sheet of glass' as fast as possible?

Member of Cheney's shadow government, war criminal, liar, and according to some 'one of the stupidest men in history'.

And, a huge fan of Machiavelli!

Every once in a while I look around to see where all the war criminals are hiding since their 'glory days' when you could not turn on your TV without having to listen to them lie to the American public for whom they had nothing but disdain.

I found this one still prattling away on his own blog where he describes himself in glorious terms and in case anyone is interested, he's available to speak to the media, for a price I'm sure.

I wanted to see what he thought of the Iran peace talks, being that he wanted to turn the entire ME into a glass parking lot.

From last week when it looked like there might not be a deal:

What Happened in Geneva, What Does it Mean

Itís not easy to make a deal with Iran (and even when you think youíve made one, you might be wrong). The failure of the Geneva talks is just another in a long series of such failures. Even the public events are part of the well-established pattern: the secretary of state jumps on a plane and flies to meet with the Iranians. But when he gets there, he finds itís not quite a done deal. And in the wee hours of the morning two days later, thereís no deal at all.

Remember that something very similar happened in September 2006, when Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice jumped on a plane in Washington and flew to New York, expecting to sign a deal at the United Nations with Iranís Ali Larijani. The deal had been negotiated in secret over several months, and both sides had agreed to the final language. But Larijani never showed up. This time the deal had again been negotiated in secret over several months, and, unlike 2006, the Iranians actually showed up, smiling broadly and brandishing their signing pens. But it turned out that there was no deal. What went wrong?

Maybe the Iranians knew they were not dealing with trustworthy people in 2006? Just a thought.

He goes on to say this:

But whatever the answers to all these questions, one thing is luminously clear: the Obama administration certainly misspoke when it whispered to journalists that the deal was done, and that Kerry was just showing up to get his fair share of the champagne. As usual, too much (misleading) talk from Obama & Co, and too much amateurism in doing the real deal.

Reminds me of Obamacare, somehow.

Too bad he decided to add that last paragraph, he might have been able to extricate himself from the rest of the article. Those Right Wingers can't resist getting personal.

I know this is not too news worthy, other than to know the war criminals are STILL hovering around, trying to control what goes on in this country.

But it does feel good to see them make such fools of themselves, especially this arrogant moron.

Don't expect him to apologize, his blog is filled with negative garbage about Iran.

Too bad we didn't get him under oath in a Court of Law to answer for the tragic lies he told that got so many innocents killed, and all the other abuses of power he was such a big part of.

But for now, I hope he's having a really bad few days thinking about his irrelevance and prospect of what he wants least of all, PEACE in the ME!

Freedom Scholar! (yes I know but that's what he calls himself!)

And Thank You to President Obama and SOS Kerry!

Have a great day Michael! Lol!

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