Wednesday, 19 November 2008

Bomb, bomb bomb, bomb, bomb Iran

In a lighthearted moment Sen. John McCain sang and old Beach Boys #,
with new lyrics. It ought to be framed and signed into policy - not just
this hope and change nonsense that Obama bin Laden is about, but a real,
tangible policy that will make the world safe.
Otherwise some wise guy with a towel on his head will be bombing Washington.
All this talk about the Secret Service keeping our Kenyan friend safe from white
supremacists is bunk. He needs to be kept safe from his own policies.
And maybe learn to sing.
Then we could teach the world to sing.
It's about freedom.


Neil said...

Indeed “Mike” what a “lighthearted moment” it was (chortle, chortle), it was almost as funny as watching George W.’s whacky skit at the Radio and Television Correspondents' Association dinner in 2004! Did you see it “Mike”? If you didn’t, you gotta [sic] see it man! Go on; click on the link HERE!!

Oh man, what is it now (as of writing), over forty-two hundred; that’s 4,200+ American deaths? That’s not including all the coalition deaths of course and the Iraqi civilian deaths...but don’t take my word for it; I know (just like Margaret Thatcher) how much you love to have “facts, facts, facts” “Mike!!

And on the subject of “facts”, surely “Mike”; as John McEnroe might say “you cannot be serious” man about “bombing Iran”; can you? I mean, you claiming to live in London and all; have you not seen that Iranian ballistic missiles can actually hit London?

I’ll keep it simple for you then, take a look at the nice picture (duly linked) above, then delete your entire worthless blog and go ask mommy for some more milk and cookies. Please then try to refrain from expressing your banal, bigoted opinions online by perhaps buying a coloring book and some crayons. Okay? :-)

Genco21 said...

If you actually bother to look at the links Neil has posted, try to see the faces and the human factor of war and look beyond the colour of their skin, or consider how odd their names might sound to you.

Admire and respect our Armed forces by all means but, to revel in human suffering and persecution on the grounds or race or religion the way you do is sickening.

Can you imagine if the U.S. goverment actually employed someone like this?

I would be interested to know if there is anyone who reads these posts who agrees with the theme.

Please comment if you are out there.

Neil said...

My apologies to you “Mike” because this post relates more to Iraq than Iran, but I felt compelled to add that the “facts, facts, facts” I quoted you in my last post (above), have; very sadly been augmented by three more senseless, American deaths.

Now, before you even attempt to take me to task for using the word “senseless”, by your own hand you have written “When the war broke out in 2001”, but “Mike”; Iraq had nothing to do with “the war” breaking out, if of course you’re Referring to the attack on the World Trade Center.

Doubt me? Sure you do! Then please take a look at THIS! Your very own Commander-in Chief (one George Walker Bush – 43rd President of the United States) talking to the press on August 20th, 2006. In his own words (at 1-minute and 14-seconds into the video) he said, and I quote:

Bush: "What did Iraq have to do with what?"

Press: "The attack on the World Trade Center."

Bush: "Nothing. Except for it's part of, and nobody's ever suggested in this administration that Saddam Hussein ordered the attack.”

Bush: “Iraq was a, uh Iraq the the the lesson of September 11th is take threats before they fully materialize Ken.”

Bush: “Nobody's ever suggested that the attacks of September 11th, ah; were ordered by Iraq."