Monday, September 28, 2009

New Sanctions Against Iran Seem More Likely

UNITED NATIONS -- The revelation of Iran's undeclared nuclear-enrichment plant has increased the likelihood of a new round of sanctions against Tehran, but numerous obstacles remain, including opposition from China, ambivalence from Russia and evidence that an array of existing sanctions have so far failed to have much effect.
In lieu of sanctions, copies of former US Vice President hopeful Sarah Palin's memoir "Going Rogue" will be air dropped over the entire country of Iran. The US State Department commented, "If we cannot starve them, we will bore them to death."

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