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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Ahmadinejad Makes An Appeal To Americans

In an open letter to "Noble" Americans:
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad urged the American people Wednesday to demand the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq and reject what he called the US government's "blind support" for Israel and its "illegal and immoral" actions in fighting terrorism.
Oh, yeah? Well here's an "open" letter to the Nutcase-in-Chief of Iran:
Dear Mahmoud,

Look short-stuff, you're not the boss of us. So take your open letter, your suggestions, your hideous religion, and your nuke program and f-ck off.

Disrespectfully yours,

UPDATE: Okay, so occasionally I get a bit testy and say the first thing that comes to my mind, like f-ck off. I'm not taking that back, mind you, but here's a more reasoned response to Mahmoud. You can write him a letter as well and email it to speakout@foxnews.com - they'll be forwarding them to the little darling:
Dear Mahmoud,

With all due respect, Americans don't take kindly to being lectured by theocratic dictators. After all, would you allow the people of Iran to read and publish a letter to them from our President? Of course you wouldn't, because you fear the freedom of thought and ideas like a cockroach fears the light. Americans are a free people, and though we have differences of opinion on many things, our commitment to liberty isn't one of them. Don't mistake our spirited - and yes, sometimes harsh - debates as weakness, because you do so at your own peril.

Mahmoud, we know that it was people who share your commitment to a worldwide theocratic dictatorship that attacked America on September 11, 2001. We also know that the government of Iran is responsible for funding and fueling the violence in Iraq, the murderous group Hezbollah in Lebanon, and giving aid and comfort to al-Qaeda. We draw no distinction between you and any other terrorist on the planet. We will fight you if we must and we will win. You would do well to remember that, short stuff.

Atlanta, Georgia
I Will Not Submit


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