September 21, 2007

Dancing on Graves


As you've probably heard, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad AKA DJ Mack Mood AKA Lick Madinejad the Mad Thrillah AKA That whacko over there has asked to be allowed to visit the World Trade Center construction site.

Everyone has said no.

No. No. No.

Even Hilary Clinton announced that she recognizes it as unacceptable.

Of course, I agree, but part of me wants someone to figure out how would could drop a building on him when he's down in there. Or not a building, but a huge pile of American dollars. Enough to crush him, of course. Or maybe pour a large vat of boiling transfats on him while he's down there celebrating the death of Americans.

That man is vile.

Posted by Flibbertigibbet at September 21, 2007 09:19 AM | TrackBack

Except that trans fats are illegal in New York! Gosh, don't you read your own blog?

Of course, I think killing people is also illegal in New York, but this would be for a good cause.

Posted by: Justin at September 21, 2007 09:36 AM

I don't like all the fuss being made over this. I think it helps reinforce the faulty notion that Iran had anything to do with 9/11 or the notion that Iran is even a threat to the United States--its not. And we've certainly allowed evil assholes at Ground Zero before. Take Bush for example: Swap out Dubya's Christianity for Islam, and what do you get? President George W Ahmadinejad.

Posted by: Matt Chancellor at September 21, 2007 10:30 AM

That's why we would have so many transfats to just pour out on top of him. If they weren't illegal, then it would be like wasting food.

We on my blog know that Iran did not have anything to do with planning or executing the 9/11 attacks. But we do know that Ahmadinejad applauds the death of Americans at the hands of the Islamo-fascists.

Bush is a bad person, sure, but his presence at the WTC does not represent such a clear insult to the proper outrage we feel over the attack.

Posted by: Flibbert at September 21, 2007 10:58 AM

Fair enough, Flibbs... at the same time however, it should be recognized that the Bush Administration has done more to hurt the United States and its citizens than any terrorist ever has.

Posted by: Matt Chancellor at September 21, 2007 04:55 PM

I'll grant that one readily.

Posted by: Flibbert at September 21, 2007 06:31 PM
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