By Nicholas Contompasis
It's no coincidence that the President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has left Iran to visit his partners in crime, Hugh Chavez of Venezuela , Raul Castro of Cuba, Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua and Rafael Correa of Equador, on the same day his Council General in Miami, Florida has been expelled by the U.S. for espionage.
It seems that the Council General was caught hacking into U.S. defense computers. She is expected to leave the U.S. this week.
Between joint maneuvers of U.S. and Israeli forces in the Strait of Hormuz and Iran's missile shots and navel actions in the Gulf the kettle is starting to boil.
Iran's arrogant behavior towards America's influence around the world must be starting to embarrass President Obama, and if it isn't, it should, because the rest of the world is watching even if the President isn't.
Ahmadinejad's visit is most defiantly not for economic reasons, otherwise he'd be visiting more important countries like Chili or Brazil.
Usually when a head of state meets personally with other heads of state, information is exchanged and decisions are made that they don't wont recorded or overheard.
This is a big deal and it involves the safety of every American.
Iran may have picked up on a U.S.- Israeli strike against their nuclear sites or simply intend on pushing Obama into a conflict that could jeopardize his reelection this year. It's smart for them to push Obama since he has been reluctant to be aggressive in that part of the world. But to have surrogate agents attack Americans in the homeland would sure send Americans screaming for retribution and another war against Islam.
Rumors have been confirmed, Venezuela and Iran are building launch-platforms to send missiles tipped with nuclear death to every American. Shouldn't our President do something decisive in the face of an American demise, or are we all now expendable in this high-stakes game for world domination?