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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Ahmadinejad Feels 'Insulted'... oh barf!

President Obama's reaction to the little Iranian monster's 9/11 conspiracy accusation looney was neither 'insulting' nor 'amateurish'. In fact, the President's words were restrained in view of Ahmadinejad's intention to wipe Israel off the planet and threaten us with a nuclear holocaust. I believe President Obama made Ahamadinejad look like the jackass he is. Here are a couple parts of the total transcript Ahmadinejad didn't like that I thought were just right:

"It was offensive. It was hateful. And particularly for him to make the statement here in Manhattan, just a little north of ground zero, where families lost their loved ones — people of all faiths, all ethnicities, who see this as the seminal tragedy of this generation — for him to make a statement like that was inexcusable...

And so, again, this is an example of where the Iranian people I believe are ill served.  To have a President who makes outrageous, offensive statements like this does not serve the interests of the Iranian people, does not strengthen Iran’s stature in the world community. 
     And there is an easy solution to this, which is to have a Iranian government act responsibly in the international community, along the lines of not just basic codes of conduct or diplomatic norms, but just basic humanity and common decency.
     Again, for Ahmadinejad to come to somebody else’s country and then to suggest somehow that the worst tragedy that’s been experienced here, a attack that killed 3,000 people, was somehow the responsibility of the government of that country, is something that defies not just common sense but basic sense -- basic senses of decency that aren’t unique to any particular country -- they’re common to the entire world."
President Obama's words seem to fit the jackal very well.


Charles Gramlich said...

Yes, those things needed to be said by Obama.

BernardL said...

His answer had the right tone to answer a madman's ramblings indeed, Charles.