“Entering an era of dialogue”
Economic problems for banks and corporations abound these days. Times are tight for consumers as well, and payday loans are around to help. However, there’s an area on America’s agenda that shouldn’t be forgotten: foreign policy. In many ways, President Barack Obama is being asked to work miracles. Considering the tensions between the United States and the Middle East, it appears that he will have to work overtime.
Yet in light of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s recent invitation for Mr. Obama to be interviewed on the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), Obama and America could be receiving a blessing or a curse.
Reach out to the Iranian people
That’s how IRNA views it. Obama could mend the bridge between America and the Muslim world that former President Bush all but destroyed with his “you’re either for us or against us” position. A dialogue between nations could bring about necessary healing. One would hope, however, that the translation of Obama’s words (if he indeed appears on Iranian television) does not become a political hot point in itself.
Ahmadinejad, who no doubt closely follows what Mr. Obama says and does, opportunely timed the invitation after Obama said his administration was looking to rethink America’s relationship with Iran. Ahmadinejad said the following of this opportunity to mend fences: “The Iranian nation is ready for talks (with the U.S.) but in a fair atmosphere with mutual respect.” His plans for discussion with Obama would include “terrorism, the elimination of nuclear weapons, restructuring the U.N. Security Council and fighting drug trafficking.” ... click here to read the rest of the article titled "Dialogue Between U.S. and Iran | Free Market Payday Loans"