Leaders Spar Over Iran’s Aims and U.S. Power
[I do rather like this (immediately) above liberaloon banner headlining this news (scare quotes optional) article]
By JIM RUTENBERG and HELENE COOPER
Published: September 20, 2006
UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 19 — President Bush and President Ahmadinejad, separated by several hours and oceans of perspective, clashed at the United Nations on Tuesday over Iran’s nuclear ambitions and each other’s place in the world.
"separated by several hours and oceans of perspective
(Ooooh, how poetic). Mahmoud wants the bomb, is building one. Iran has been running a clandestine program for at least a decade now (likely two decades). The West is going to stop him (those with the clarity and brass anyway). And the NYT's calls this separated by perspective
[And truth be told, they are spearated by a couple of lightyears, and a few dimensions as well (put that in your crack pipe and smoke it, before going back out on the stroll, NYT's)]."Bush and Ahmadinejad, clashed over each other’s place in the world."
Is that like not belonging to the same clique? Buying their clothes at different shopping promenades? Each other's place in the world
? The NYT's not only polishes Mahmoud's juevos, but they always manage to diddle their ownselves, at the same time. Ahmadinejad IS
a madman. I guess those bone swallowers at the ole gray streetwalking lady, would rather he be one with a nuclear arsenal? The final/end stages of BDS (Bush Derangement Syndrome).
And well "clashed at the United Nations on Tuesday
" is a COMPLETE FABRICATION. They were never in the same room (and I'd bet dollars to donuts never in the building at the same time). Jouranlistic license you say? Oh that's right, the one those fookin clowns at the Times got out of a Cracker Jack box (unless of course Rutenberg and Cooper WERE talking about fashion?). [Well, we can award some optional 'effort' points to the Times, for trying to elevate Mahmoud to the same stature. As that of the President of the United States (or even to that of a statesman). Nice try/you go gurrl!]The two leaders bookended a long day of speeches at the opening of the General Assembly, but seemed to speak past each other
"but seemed to speak past each other
" Again .... no matter how hard the NYT's tries, whatever verbal/literary descriptors they use. They were never in the same room at the same time (I don't know, maybe there WERE carboard cutouts of the other, in the assembly hall, during each's speech?).and American diplomats continued the delicate work of setting terms for talks with Iran over its uranium enrichment program.diplomats ..... delicate work
? What f*cking planet are you freaks living on? Diplomacy is loooong over. Hey, if you and Mahmoud want to get a room (when in Rome), .... it is still a free country [despite your 24/7 protestations to the contrary].
"setting terms for talks with Iran over its uranium enrichment program
." For the last f*cking time ..... it is a WEAPONS PROGRAM you encephalitic squirrels. Iran can have all the nuclear energy they want. France, Britain, Germany, and the U.S. have made this clear time and time again. Repeating the offer until they are blue in the face. The only condition? Iran has to give up the bomb (let me know NYT's if you want me to draw a map/scribble a diagram/paint you a picture?).Speaking near the prime time of television viewing, Mr. Ahmadinejad, tieless in his trademark off-white sport jacket
O.K. .... now we are talking fashion (woohoo!)[Love is in the air ... Everywhere I look around ... Love is in the air ... Every sight and every sound ... Oh oh oh)
Ahmadinejad is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of American soldiers. And however many Israelis (both soldier and citizen). HE IS A TERRORIST (define it any f*cking way you want *sswipes). He is building a nuclear bomb. END OF STORY. And unless he has some sort of awakening (of yes .... biblical proportions), and stops. World War III will begin in earnest.
Well I do feel better now (Thank You Very Much). How bout you? I have no stomach for reading the article any further (as far I got). The steam cloud rising off the top of my head is beginning to thin (a bit). Maybe I'll fire up the hifi and spin some platters?P.S.Kofi, don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out ... kay?11:20 a.m.
Hugh Hewitt is a little more polite and cerebral.The Appeasement PressWhen the fanatical president of a strong and ambitious for nuclear weapons country appears at the United Nations, that's news. When that president has repeatedly threatened Israel with destruction, denied the Holocaust's existence, and sent long rambling letters to the leaders of the U.S., France, and Germany, people will want to know what he says and what it means.
When he delievers a radical address that --in soft tones, yes, but urgent ones-- declares the U.N. to be illegitimate, the war against Israel by Hezbollah to be a creation of the U.S., goes out of his way to alert Christians that Jesus was just a prophet, and then closes with an apocalypse-welcoming appeal to God, that's not just news, it is very crucial news, news that underscores many important facts for the West and the U.S., chief among them that "diplomacy" leading to a "better deal" isn't on this radical's mind. He wants his nukes. He wants the apocalypse.
And the appeasement press does not convey this; doesn't even bother to report the closing appeal to the Almighty.
Because I played the speech live on my radio show, and saw and heard the reaction in the e-mails and the calls, I and my audience know what he was saying, and I know that it was big news of intense interest to Americans with any eye on the world.
International secret Jooish conspiracy/cabal is really (wait for it, here it comes) .... a Catholic plot.Pope Provoked Muslim Rage To Help Bush and Republicans