I see a lot of rhetoric about whether or not we were rude to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. I call it rhetoric since it seems to be fueled by one’s stance on American politics, having nothing to do with Ahmadinejad himself. The President of Iran is a despicable semi-human fundamentalist Islamic strong-arm dictator, a fascist in religious clothing, a basher of women, a brainwasher of children, a cold-blooded killer of those that disagree with him, and an all-around dick.
Please note that I don’t think what I just said was rude. It was simply true.
Americans have gotten things all turned around since 9/11. It often does not seem that there is an American left standing who has any balls. Everyone seems to have listened to Little George and decided that plain, simple, get-down-on-your-knees-and-beg fear was the way to go. Just trust in old George, the most worthless “military” leader our country has ever known, to keep us safe. What is the matter with you people?
You have no trouble making snide remarks about France, Germany, Great Britain, Spain, Japan, and all the rest of our ex-friends, I guess because they are unlikely to attack us. But let us concentrate on young Islamic males after being bombed to kingdom come by young Islamic males and suddenly political correctness breaks out all over. That’s not racial profiling, that’s good investigative procedure, you morons.
This Ahmadinejad dude is our sworn enemy. He want to either convert us to Islam or kill us. At that point, why the hell should we be nice to him? He’s a thug, a political criminal of the lowest order, and he wants us all dead! What part of all that don’t you understand? In the aftermath of World War Two, would you have invited Hitler and Tojo over for tea and scones, and to ask them their opinions of the world?
If this is still too difficult for some of you, go look up the definition of the term “sworn enemy.” It is a little bit late to be having peaceful discussions with this particular bad actor. He would have delighted in pulling out an AK-47 and blasting away at a room full of Harvard Christians and Jews if he thought he could get away with it. He undoubtedly sees it as a personal shortcoming and has it on his to-do list for right after he drops nuclear weapons on our major population centers.
With any sort of luck, we have not yet begun to be rude to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.