Friday, September 01, 2006

Iran Defiant -- Shocking

Iran needs nuclear energy like Hawaii needs salt water.
A defiant Iran faced the prospect of economic sanctions after U.N. inspectors reported that the country ignored yesterday's deadline to halt its nuclear program and has been hindering efforts to determine whether it seeks to secretly develop nuclear weapons.

President Bush, invoking the same language that he used to describe Iraq before the March 2003 invasion, called Iran a "grave threat" and said "there must be consequences" for Tehran's actions. "It is time for Iran to make a choice," Bush said in a speech to the American Legion's national convention in Salt Lake City.
A nuclear-armed Iran is not only dangerous for the Middle East but for the entire world. Dictators, like kings, cannot be trusted. They are accountable to no one. They act with impunity. For every good dictator or king, there are a hundred bad ones.

1 comment:

Reach Upward said...

Iran to international community: Shut up, you pathetic sissies. We're going to build WMDs as a demonstration of our strength, you lilly livered pansies.

Inernational commuity to Iran: Well, uh, we're going to, um, pass some santions, or something -- because, uh, you just can't, you know, build WMDs, at least not without paying off a lot of UN officials and companies in France.