CommentsThey are the ones who hold the most legitimate position to take care of this.
Posted by usfrog on 11/14 at 07:56 PM | #
usfrog: I would certainly support Israel’s right to defend themselves.
Posted by JohnMinn on 11/14 at 09:14 AM | #
Maybe Israel will get their attention?
Posted by usfrog on 11/14 at 03:57 AM | #
You have to remember the motto of the “Bright Boys” who run the whole show. “Order out of Chaos”. We would not have the problems around the world if that did not serve their objective.
Ahmadinejad and the problems with him remind me of the old farmer who told a “city slicker” that he worked with his animals by persuasion and good words. “Could you demonstrate your technique”, “Sure”. So the old farmer harnessed his jackass, grabbed a 2 X 4, whacked the Jackass right between the eyes and told the Jackass “Let’s get that field plowed”. The mule plowed a perfectly straight furrow down the field and plowed his way back to the “city slicker” in a perfect line. “I thought you said that you just talked to your Jackass to get him to behave, but you hit him with a 2 X 4”. “I had to get his attention first so he would listen” was the old farmers reply.
Ahmadinejad and his kind won’t listen until you get their attention and Mr. BO knows that so he is ever so careful to not do anything which might get Ahmadinejad’s attention, but is ever so careful to not in any way encourage the people of Iran to get that murdering goof out of office.
Mr. BO is a faithful slave to the “Bright Boys” and he will do everything they ask him to do.
Posted by JohnMinn on 11/13 at 09:26 AM | #
The Devil’s Smile
Posted by Daniel Greenfield on Nov 13, 2011 at 08:46 AM
Ahmadinejad's smile is nurtured by the toxic self-assurance of a monster who knows he is unstoppable
Sprightly Ahmadinejad tours nuclear facilities, having stolen an election he marches on as his police batter protesters. And everywhere he goes, he smiles his trademark loopy smile. The smile of a psychopath or a saint.
Why is Ahmadinejad smiling? The answer is not a terribly complicated one. With every step he takes and every day that he remains in power, he discredits the most deeply held ideas of Western liberals about the power of diplomacy to resolve conflicts and internal civil disobedience to achieve peaceful regime change. Despite years of diplomatic and hundreds of thousands of protesters taking to the streets—Ahmadinejad’s grip on power remains as secure as ever.More...
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