No wonder the killer Iranian Regime supported Obama last year.
They share the same talking points.
Barack Obama and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have found something they can agree on.
The Iranian president says that the US tortures, too.
Iranian Fars News reported:
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Saturday that his American counterpart Barack Obama has accepted at the recent meeting of the UN General Assembly that torture exists in US prisons.
“…during his speech at the UN, he (Obama) announced ‘I have ordered a ban on torture in the US from now on’ and it means that it already exists,” Ahmadinejad said, addressing the opening session of the third general assembly of the Islamic Radio and Television Union.
“On my first day in office, I prohibited – without exception or equivocation – the use of torture by the United States of America,” Obama said in his speech at the inauguration ceremony of the UN General Assembly.
“I ordered the prison at Guantanamo Bay closed, and we are doing the hard work of forging a framework to combat extremism within the rule of law. Every nation must know: America will live its values, and we will lead by example,” he added.
Around 220 inmates, who are totally deprived of international POW rights, including those stressed in the Geneva Treaties on POWs, are still incarcerated in the US Mediaeval-type prison in Guantanamo Bay in southeast Cuba, where they are tortured to death.
Nice work, Barack.
FOX News also reported that Ahamdinejad scolded Obama today:
President Ahmadinejad also told Obama today in his speech that he made a big mistake. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad challenged that view in a speech Saturday, saying that Iran voluntarily revealed the facility to the IAEA in a letter on Sept. 21. He said that was one year earlier than necessary under the agency’s rules.
According to Iran, they revealed their secret nuclear facility on Monday the 21st. Obama, along with the leaders of Great Britain and France, confronted the regime days later on Friday the 25th.