Saturday, September 29, 2007

Ahmadinejad: Bush can speak at a university if he should ever travel to Iran

Now if only we could trust your people not to try and kill our President. Say what you will about Americans, at least we're civil enough not to try and kill someone we disagree with.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has extended an invitation to U.S. President George W. Bush to speak at an Iranian university if the American leader ever traveled to the Islamic Republic, state-run television reported Friday.

I would urge the President to respond in some way but, fuck, you ever hear that guy give a speech? It's like watching a retarded mouse try to navigate a maze.

As part of his controversial trip to New York, the hardline Iranian leader spoke Monday at Columbia University, where he faced hostile questioning and a combative introduction by the university's president, who said Ahmadinejad exhibited "all the signs of a petty and cruel dictator."

"And you smell funny you crazy, little man."

"If their president plans to travel to Iran, we will allow him to make a speech" at a university, Ahmadinejad told state TV before leaving New York to travel to South America earlier this week.

I would have concerns saying anything in public in a country that has a protest every couple of weeks that involves people chanting "Death to" anything. You can't reason with people like that. At least at Columbia University Ahmadinejad was dealing with mostly reasonable, educated and open-minded individuals. That's why he got laughed at.


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