MoveOn: Like Iraqi Contention? You'll Love Pissed-Off Iranians


In its ongoing effort to give Americans a different kind of education, is raising money to air this print ad about what the escalation really means.

We try to antagonize both political parties equally on Adrants, but we have to admit Bush's WMD claim about Iran smacks of something we've heard before.

You know what they say about gullibility: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. "Fool me six billion seven times, call me a Republican senator," Free Republic adds in our heads (out of context, but a catchy ending nonetheless.)

To be fair, Republicans, Democrats and alternative parties alike are sweating bullets about Bush's latest flight of projectile fancy.

by Angela Natividad    Feb-28-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Good, Newspaper, Online, Social   

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Yeah, except when the Iranian President makes statements like "Iran's nuclear train has no brakes or reverse gear, because in the past year we have discarded them." it doesn't leave any room for doubt about their intentions. To paraphrase another madman "Goodbye Jerusalem, hello new West Coast (of Jordan)."

Posted by: Matt on March 1, 2007 11:03 AM

Yes, but the nazis at MoveOn believe if we just throw Israel to the lions and play nice with Ahmadinejad and the muslim world they will leave us alone. And whatever happens is Bush's fault anyway.

Posted by: Peter Verkooijen on March 5, 2007 8:36 PM