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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice warned on Sunday the United States might take steps outside the U.N. Security Council to pressure Iran to stop its nuclear program.

Reuters: Rice says US could pressure Iran outside UN

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice warned on Sunday the United States might take steps outside the U.N. Security Council to pressure Iran to stop its nuclear program.

Rice, who appeared on several Sunday television talk shows, said Washington still had a number of diplomatic steps it could take through the U.N. Security Council against Iran. However, if the Council did not act quickly enough, Washington and its allies would not wait.

“I absolutely believe that we have a lot of diplomatic arrows in our quiver at the Security Council and also like-minded states that would be able and willing to look at additional measures if the Security Council does not move quickly enough,” Rice said on the CBS show Face the Nation.

This is a warning to Russia and China.

Want to have dealings with the United States and its allies?

Play ball on sanctions for Iran or……BE LEFT OUT.

Stay tuned…..

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M.H. Nejad Hosseinian

ASSociated Press: Defiant Iran Warns Against U.N. Sanctions

The Iranian deputy oil minister said Sunday he did not believe the United Nations would impose sanctions on Iran because that would boost oil prices even higher.

“Any action like that will increase oil prices very high. And I believe that the U.N. or its bodies will not put any sanctions on oil or the oil industry,” M.H. Nejad Hosseinian told reporters after talks in Islamabad with Pakistani officials over a proposed pipeline to transport Iranian gas to Pakistan and India.

Iran is now playing the OIL CARD.

However, oil prices have already risen and the American public is ready to backlash against the oil compnies and the foreign countries who supply them.

American Middle East oil dependency is on the backslide. And…….

The sentiment is NOT towards appeasement of Iran.

Stay tuned…….

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Washington Times: McKinney probe summons staffers

The investigation into the scuffle between Rep. Cynthia A. McKinney and a Capitol Police officer is moving forward, with several Hill staffers being subpoenaed as witnesses.

Aides to members of Congress from both parties last week informed House leaders they will comply with subpoenas issued for them to testify before a Washington grand jury regarding the confrontation.

Miss McKinney, Georgia Democrat, apologized under pressure for striking the officer, who stopped her as she went around metal detectors at a House office building checkpoint.

However, the investigation is active, authorities said Friday. Capitol Police requested an arrest warrant be issued for Miss McKinney, but the decision is in the hands of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

The prospect of assault charges hangs over Miss McKinney, 51, as she faces a primary election challenge and after her attorney dropped her as a client.

She seeks re-election in November, but first must battle Hank Johnson in a July primary. Mr. Johnson, a lawyer and county commissioner, does not mention Miss McKinney or her encounter with the Capitol Police officer on his campaign Web site. He did tell the Associated Press that residents of the district are “tired of constant controversy.”

Whoever said JUSTICE was swift?

This case is dragging on as long as Iran with their nuclear weapons program.

A source in the U.S. Attorney’s Office said that once the grand jury completes its work, the office either will make a statement of its findings or will indict Miss McKinney on charges of assaulting a police officer. Such a charge carries a maximum sentence of five years.

“We’re still considering it an ongoing investigation,” the source said.

The world is waiting.

Indict the dumbass.

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Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: Official Police Report Cites Assault with “Closed Fist”

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: “I am NOT a Normal Member of Congress”

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: McKinney Apologizes to the House

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: Federal Grand Jury to Hear McKinney Case

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: Georgia GOP Seizes on McKinney

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: Thyroid Problem?

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: U. S. Capitol Police Chief Terrance Gainer – “Racism NOT a Factor”

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: Black Minister Calls for McKinney Prosecution by United States Attorney

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: Admits to Misusing Taxpayer Funds

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: Capitol Police Ask for ARREST WARRANT

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: News Conference Today – “NOTHING New!”

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: News Conference Today – “Something New?”

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: McKinney a Victim of a Racist Capitol Hill Police Officer

Representative Cynthia McKinney Watch: Going to Jail?


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