An excerpt via Best of the Web.
Walsh: And finally on Iran, what if they continue to defy world opinion and develop a nuclear weapon capability? What should the United States do about it?
Carter: Well, first of all, I think we should be communicating with the Iranians directly, through diplomatic means. Even after the shah was overthrown, we still maintained diplomatic relations with Iran--in fact, that's proven by the fact that my hostages were in Tehran. They had an equal number of diplomats in Washington, about 75 or so, and we should be communicating with them. And secondly, we should assure them that we don't intend to launch a pre-emptive war against them as we did in Iraq. But there are a lot of threats coming out, and that tends to put the Iranians on the defensive and make them want to do everything they can to build up their weaponry. So communicating with them and letting them know that we'll resolve their difference--differences diplomatically would be my recommendation.
Hey Jimmy, How did all that "talking to your enemies" work out for you. Somehow it occurs to me that despite all that talking...... the Iranians still invaded our embassy and took hostages. But at least they released them as a result of all those diplomatic talks. Right?
Jimmy will always be the best thing that ever happened to the GOP.
How can the GOP get him to speak at the next democratic convention?