February 01, 2007

Let's Have Our Own Ten Day Celebration

More blather from President Ahmaretardforjihad:

Kicking off 10 days of celebrations to mark the 28th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic revolution that brought hard-line clerics to power, Ahmadinejad said Iran will celebrate next week "the stabilization and the establishment of its full right" to enrich uranium at the facility.

Well, I'd like to commemorate the 28th anniversary of the invasion of our Iranian embassy too. I won't enrich uranium, but my celebration just might include using pages of the Koran as toilet paper and lots of target practice.

What would be even better, if this nation could actually come together to confront the common enemy, would be Take An Iranian Hostage Week. Every year, at this time, Special Forces could run in and snatch some Iranians and hold them for 444 days.

Problem with that, of course, is that most of the snatched wouldn't want to go back.

Anyway, with that being said, I found the last paragraph of the linked article to be quite telling:

"The general policies of the system are made by the Exalted Supreme Leader, and the government is required to carry them out," the state news agency quoted Ahmadinejad as saying. "The president, as the head of the country's executive body, pursues and announces the nuclear position."

The "Exalted Supreme Leader" isn't Mahmoud, it's Ayatollah Khamenei. I bring this up because various accounts I've read claim that the Ayatollah and his supporters are at odds with Mahmoud and his.

I don't buy it. Ahmaretardforjihad wouldn't be where he is without the tacit support of the "Exalted Supreme Leader."

By Vinnie at 11:47 PM | Comments |