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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by obeygiant, Mar 25, 2007.
Who can caption this picture?
"Nations seeking to impose sanctions against Iran will suffer the blow of my mighty flying thunder crane fists!"
Ahmadinejad takes over the Pope for televaganalism [sic] in raising the dead. My caption
It's time to get the F117's fuelled up with JP5 jet fuel.
Bomb a country for having bombs....how hypocritical
If I was Iran, I'd be building up a weapons program too, so I could defend myself from the insane a$$hole running the US
"Missed it by *that* much"
"Mine is THIS BIG!"
"The Quizno's prime rib sub is this big."
Rumsfeld, prepare to fight!
(stock) Ahmadinejad weighs in on whether Ben Rothlisberger broke the plain in Superbowl XL
Ahmadinejad plays the dozens
There's no need for Iran to be building an atomic bomb; the U.S never had any intention of invading that country, but since they've chosen to go ahead and get the bomb, now we're going to have to.
Like we did with Pakistan, or North Korea? As I've been saying, we couldn't do anything about him if we wanted. Unfortunately, we've made things worse in the area, and killed our credibility and standing in the world. Even if he was just talking out of his butt to piss us off, there's not much we can do, and it would only hurt us to go preemptive, not that anyone would believe us anyway if we did, even if we were right. He's bad, he's nuts, but what can or should be do about it?
Oh, and, "I have a headache this big".
Iran is an old country. Like China, it's wiser than the USA. They'll get their bomb, you'll look stupid for a bit, then the two of you will have to sit down and talk as equals. That's all they want really, for all the sabre-rattling and name-calling (in both directions).
But they're evil! They want to blow us up! So we have to blow them up!
Makes perfect sense.
Are you quoting from the Washington Post or the Tehran Times?
That's what I'm worried about most - the U.S running out of manpower to handle all the up in coming conflicts and being pushed back into a corner. In a situation like that, the U.S might be forced to use some large weapons that we normally wouldn't have to use if we had the available manpower.
Life as a sportscaster after president... "It's up and its Good!"
The only caption I can come up with is "Tragedy. When the feeling's gone and you can't go on..."
If we have the right to build an atomic bomb for no reason (keep in mind, the Manhattan project started before WWII), then Iran can build an atomic bomb for no reason. Anything else is just hypocritical.
Thats a distortion of the truth. The building of the atom bomb did not start for no reason. You should read these letters from Einstein to Roosevelt.
The US never had any real intention of invading Russia either. And of course there is the total silence over Israel's WMD/NBW's. It may not be right but given past precedence they have pretty much no particularly good reasons not to have nuclear weapons if they can field them. Of course if they were not to have them it would possibly ease tension in the region... but probably not with Israel the way they are. Either way, it's not about whether they need it. They might just want it. And they fully realise that the US is overstretched now and that they will be completely on their own for an Iran invasion.
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Ahmadinejad looks exactly like a plumber who works for a client and every time I look at him it amuses me somewhat.
The UN has been committed to nonproliferation for decades. Is this a goal they should give up?
Countries don't have wisdom. People do. Abdminjob and the rest of his mullah cohorts have the worldly wisdom of thirteen year olds that have lived a sheltered life.
Cultures have wisdom.
No...I don't think ANY country should have nukes, but realistically speaking, the UN will never reach that goal. And as long as we're building up a weapons arsenal (which, I don't agree with one bit) and showing some hostility towards Iran, then I can understand why they're doing the same.