This one line has been garnering much deserved attention today. We spent a good bit of time on this on Friday. As my son questioned: “Is it a good thing when the president of France takes a tougher stance on Iran than the president of the United States?”
This took place on Sept. 24, at the special session United Nations Security Council. The president hailed his new proposal, to which they all agreed, to secure all nuclear stock piles and a pledge of committing to a world without nuclear weapons.
But as French President Nicolas Sarkozy points out to the young president … to what good? Talking and pledging has done little to stop Iran.
And while we’re out it … it wasn’t just the president of France who sounded tougher. It was the PM of Israel, Bebe Netanyahu:
And the “Mayor” of the United States
Exit question: Don’t you wish your president sounded like this?