Mahmoud Ahmadinejad through the ears of the extreme right

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is currently in New York. Here are some of his recent comments, as the average Extremist Right-Wing American hears them:

"We oppose the way the U.S. government tries to manage the world. ... We propose more humane methods of establishing peace."

"I believe that some of the talk in this regard arises first of all from anger. Secondly, it serves the electoral purposes domestically in this country. Third, it serves as a cover for policy failures over Iraq."

"Iran will not attack any country."

"American officials, wherever around the world that they encounter a problem which they fail to resolve, instead of accepting that, they prefer to accuse others. I'm very sorry that because of the wrong decisions taken by American officials, Iraqi people are being killed and also American soldiers."


Seriously, there's plenty to not like about Ahmadinejad, but the guy could do nothing but sing show tunes and the Freepers of the nation (including those in the White House) would consider it a call to war. Hell, not even "60 Minutes" is willing to do more than throw neocon talking points at him.

Ahmadinejad's actions are controlled by the idiot theocrats of his own nation, and he is generally disliked by his own people. But the war mongers that rule the U.S. are desperate for the world to view him as the very latest Hitler in our midst. And for the most part, that's already how he's viewed.

In the end, how Americans and the U.S. government view Ahmadinejad will show us whether we will engage in war on Iran. It remains to be seen.

--WKW


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