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Monday, March 06, 2006

Ahmadinejad - Quip of the Day

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News item: Maclean's calls Iranian President Ahmadinejad 'world's scariest man'.

On hearing the news, Iran's raving lunatic in chief said: "Allahu Akbar. The infidels are intimidated by my halo!" whereupon he burned a copy of Maclean's and the Canadian flag in celebration.

(True fact: Several months ago, after his first trip to the UN, Ahmadinejad claimed he felt a divine glow as he gave his speech... And this is the man who might soon (does??) have nukes.)

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4 Comments:

At 9:15 AM, Canadian Politico Anonymous wiseprince said:

When an entire civilization is against your country and superpower leadership threatens, on a regular basis, military action and to overthrow your government what reactiion do expect? Really? This fear mongering serves to no ones benefit

 
At 10:15 PM, Canadian Politico Blogger lecentre said:

It's funny how your incoherence strengthens my own argument.
1st of all, 'superpower leadership threatens', so you threaten someone else? Nevermind that the US isn't threatening military action against Iran, even if it was, how does threatening Israel stop the US attacking? It's not like the US was going to share the information on Iraq's nuclear facilities with Israel, back in the 80s.
What reaction do I expect? In other words, Iran was forced to get the bomb... what else was I expecting? Uhm, how about democratic and liberal reform?
Incidentally, it's funny you should accuse me of fear mongering when you just acknowledged Iran has the bomb.

You know how you could sound a lot smarter? Next time your lips start flapping, bite them.
Free speech is hard enough to get in Iran, but idiots like you make a good case for restricting who should be allowed to talk and who shouldn't.

 
At 1:01 AM, Canadian Politico Blogger Rob Good said:

The president of Iran is out of control. Good thing is that we are aware of that and will have to deal with the situation soon.

 
At 11:52 PM, Canadian Politico Blogger lecentre said:

Rob, you've got it straight, as usual. Maybe, wiseprince, you'd do well to go off and read some of what Rob has to say so you can start making sense.

 

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