So Iran likes to play games.
Even so, we're miles down the road from the bombastic mentality of BushCo., those folks with fingers in their ears and eyes closed muttering "axis of evil" over and over. Funny how the five-way negotiations in Geneva on nuclear issues with Iran — jump-started by the Administration — got so little attention last week while the comparatively trivial 2012 Olympic announcement ended up shaking the echo chamber.
If it's a rather blunt image, maybe the obvious could use the belaboring. They're talking, even doing some dealing.
(image: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images. caption: Iran's top nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili answers to a question during a press conference following talks between Iran and six world powers to discuss the Islamic republic's disputed atomic programme on October 1, 2009 in Geneva. Iran believes no country should have nuclear arms, the Islamic republic's negotiator Saeed Jalili said after nuclear talks with six major world powers.)