US Talks With Iran On Iraq. Huh? I Thought We Weren’t!

Wait, didn’t John Kerry just tells us the other day that we weren’t talking to Iran?

In short, not talking to Iran has failed. Miserably.

And you had all the other left wing lunatics claiming, in their defense of Obama wanting his without pre-condition tea and crumpets talks with the Ahmadenijad, that we are not talking to Iran at all. Of course, for those of us who live in reality, rather then the reality based community, we know about many talks with Iran. Just not at the presidential level

The United States will prod Sunni Arab states to offer more support to the Iraqi government at a conference in Sweden this week as a way of countering the growing influence of non-Arab Iran in Iraq.

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will chair the conference on Thursday, aimed at assessing progress in implementing a plan adopted at a meeting in Egypt last year to help Iraq rebuild after five years of war.

Analysts are watching for any contacts between Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and her Iranian counterpart, Manouchehr Mottaki, who will be attending the meeting, though U.S. officials say none are scheduled in Stockholm.

It won’t be those pleasant types of talks, but talks nonetheless.

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