“We wanted to send [Ahmadinejad] a powerful message”

September 26, 2007 at 1:55 pm | Posted in Ahmadinejad, conservatives, corruption, Foreign Policy, Iran, United Nations | 1 Comment

the ridiculousness and petty childishness of our current administration continues

The U.S. delegation walked out of the General Assembly chamber when Ahmadinejad went to the podium, leaving only a low-ranking note-taker to listen to his speech, which also indirectly accused the U.S. and Israel of human rights violations. Gonzalo Gallegos, a State Department spokesman, said the U.S. wanted “to send him a powerful message.”

Oh yeah, real powerful message. You only showed how petty and childish you really are. Why are you so afraid of this piddly man? Why does he instigate such fear in conservatives, enough to drive you to war?

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  1. They need a new boogey-man in the Middle East, since practically no one capable of rubbing two brain cells together is buying anything the administration has to say about the necessity of the War On Saddam Hussein.

    Ahmadinejad has supposedly wished for the non-existence of Israel, and has supposedly denied the Holocaust (whatever that means), so Bush et al are going to have a really difficult time finding anyone else over there that they can demonize as easily as they can this guy.

    Sometimes you just have to go with the demons you’ve got as opposed to the demons you wish you had.

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