Iran One Step Closer To Precipice

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    Not that the college crowd, with perhaps an exception for Avatar and the younger, Semper Fi will recognize the references to the Iranian Revolution, but it looks like this guy should know, it appears he was in the thick of things with the hostages after he quit school and took to the mosque:

    http://mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives/098882.php

    Links and pictures at site:

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,251-1674547,00.html

    and the new president, all grown up:

     
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    The election was a sham. How much closer to dictatorship can a nation get when thousands, including all women, are disqualified from running for political office? Iran is the number one exporter of terror in the world. Hezbollah is Iran's murderous offspring. Imagine what it will be like if we do not stand up to the mullahs and prevent the Islamic religious extremists from obtaining nuclear weapons.
     
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    After the candidate selection was rigged by the mullahs, the Iranian people apparently elected a known terrorist from the list of approved candidates for president. People who were taken hostage in 1979 in Teheran at the American Embassy say that Iranian President-elect Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was one of the criminals involved. Legally, that crime occurred on American soil (embassy property). Mahmoud Ahmadinejad should be tried, and if guilty, convicted in absentia, and a warrant issued for his arrest. Of course the wimps in the US State Department would be horrified by such an idea.

     
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    taking in 1979 then Iran is on the precipice allright. A precipice wherein US bombs start falling on the sons-of-bitches heads. This is enough, I think, to convince most Americans that it's high time an ultimatum was made to Tehran. Stop the nuke program or else. Make it clear to these bastards, that we owe a major ass-kicking, that if they continue we will begin attacks. Nothing would make myself and millions of other Americans happier than to see parts of that terrorist supporting, terrorist training, terrorist homeland, blown to bits. This is really the last card that had to fall into place to give President Bush the green light to put the screws to Iran.
     
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    The same man that referred to the American hostages as "dogs".
    And now he runs a country in the process of making nuclear bombs. That's WONDERFUL!!!
     
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    At least Iran is finally open about who they really are--the clerics will tell everyone how to act anyway and I doubt anything will change. May even turn out to be good PR for the wests campaign against the Iranian nuke program.
     
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    yeah and with what he has said so far, no reason not to believe his earlier self.

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,251-1674547,00.html
     
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    I hope so but I see the Libs endless push for dialog menawhile if Israel gets hit first they'll say well it's none of our busniess.........

    I really thought the youngsters there were ready for a revolution, I guess there was still to much coercion at the voting booth?? :huh:
     
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    Im wondering did any of these former hostages come foward before this election or were they largely ignored till now??
     

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