Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Our Fear-Ful Leader?

Jon Stewart:
Four years ago, el Presidente Bush first spoke of the Axis of Evil: Iran, Iraq and North Korea---a trio of dangerous nations. Obviously, since that time, Iraq has gotten a little more attention than the other two. [It] played Marcia Brady, if you will, to their Jan. Well, last week, Iran (or "Jan") of the Axis of Evil announced the resumption of its controversial uranium enrichment program, and threatened to block international inspectors from its nuclear sites.

So, a Muslim country [is] developing weapons of mass destruction, led by a man who hates America, in repeated defiance of the United Nations. President Bush...

Bush at press conference: We spent some time talking about the Iranian issue and the desire to solve this issue diplomatically by working together.

Stewart: Um...who are you? Where's our president?? Of course, it's a lot easier to be diplomatic when we've only got two armies left to deploy: Salvation and KISS. ... Okay, I know it's strange to hear the president use the "diplomacy" word, but he explains further...

Bush: Our job is to form a common consensus. And so...this is what we call diplomacy.

Stewart: Now, before you think President Bush is being condescending, he was responding to a question from Johnny Stupid of Dumbfuck Monthly.
---The Daily Show

Awww.. poor Bush. Is Iran someone you can’t bully as easily and so you’re not all so high and mighty now? Have you finally realized that you shot your load a little too quick with Iraq and now can’t perform when you actually need to?

You dumb fucking fuck. How did you not know that Iran has ALWAYS been the scariest country in the Middle East. They are the real deal. This is not some self-centered dictator jackoff who’s basically a 5 year old with too much power.

No, Iran’s the real deal. This is not just one person or a small group. The Majority of Iranians are strong fundamentalist who despises western values, lifestyles, and people. Unlike Iraq, they are unified both in people and government.

Bush says that our job is to form a common consensus?!? Why doesn’t the pubic think this is just ridiculous? He and his administration use the ‘We don’t need permission from the UN or anyone to protect our country.’ reason to go to war with Iraq.

Not that I’m saying we should go attack Iran. That would be a mess. This is an example of just how utterly impulsive and incompetent this administration is. Impulsive is ok when shopping for shoes or new CDs. It’s not OK when you’re running a country and your impulsiveness gets thousands of people killed.

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