Iran says that Now it is ready for serious negotiations…

Iran said Tuesday it was ready for “serious negotiations” on its nuclear program, offering a new formula to resolve a crisis with the West. A semiofficial news agency said the government was unwilling to abandon uranium enrichment — the key U.S. demand.

So now Iran is ready for “Serious Negotiations”… The previous negotiations where what rap sessions? 

The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, said Washington will “study the Iranian response carefully” but was prepared to move forward with sanctions against Tehran if it was not positive. The White House held off commenting until it had studied the text. The European Union’s foreign policy chief, Javier Solana, said the document was “extensive” and required “a detailed and careful analysis.”

There was no need for the “extensive” Iranian response.. Iran either agreed to halt its Uranium Enrichment Program or it didn’t… it could have been answered with a simple Yes or No…

Iranian officials offered no details of the response, but it appeared geared at enticing those countries into further negotiations by offering a broad set of proposals vague enough to hold out hope of progress in resolving the standoff.

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This is nothing more than another delaying action by Tehran… We need to implement sanctions and perhaps even an embargo and Naval blockade… if the sanctions were to serve no other purpose they at least would get their attention and make it clear to them that the continued pursuit of nuclear weapons will have consequences. 

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