Quiet: smart diplomacy at work

Either there is no urgency involving Iran’s work on a nuclear weapon, or the Obama administration has reconciled itself to the mullahs’ completion of the project. AFP reports:

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Monday it could take months for new UN sanctions against Iran, as she prepared for talks in Argentina and Brazil about the perceived Iranian nuclear threat.
Speaking on the plane to Buenos Aires, the chief US diplomat appeared to back away from her contention before the US Senate last week that a new resolution could be obtained in the “next 30 to 60 days.”
“We are moving expeditiously and thoroughly in the Security Council. I can’t give you an exact date, but I would assume sometime in the next several months,” she said before landing in the Argentine capital.

I’m afraid Obama just doesn’t give a damn.

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