Iranian President continues tirade

From the Washington Times.

Irans nutcase President is continuing to rail against the west and the US in particular. This man is very dangerous, but he must also be really, really stupid.

Iran’s hard-line president said yesterday the Bush administration should be tried on war-crimes charges, and he denounced the West for pressuring Iran to curb its controversial nuclear program.

"You, who have used nuclear weapons against innocent people, who have used uranium ordnance in Iraq, should be tried as war criminals in courts," President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said.

I mean drawing the ire of the most powerful nation in the world bar none and poking a stick in their face.

Iran couldn’t defeat Saddam Hussein in 15 years of War. The US defeated the same army in less than 15 days. That same army is now battle hardened and just across the border.

Iran continues to defy the UN (I mean who doesn’t these days) over their nuclear program. Being told off by the UN is like being being gummed by a defanged, de clawed, geriatric poodle.

It seems that the only nation capable, willing and able to bring democracy to the world is the US.

What thanks do they get, zip, nada, zilch, only socialist rantings and muellings.


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