Tehran endorses Bush????

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    http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=1856&e=7&u=/cpress/iran_endorses_bush

    Wow! I thought 10/10 terrorist agreed that Kerry should be president. :huh:
     
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    I guess PJ doesn't recognize a Psyops operation when it hits him/her in the face.
     
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    This is so very classic. Communists endorse Kerry! Communists! Bin Laden endorses Kerry! Terrorists! Chirac endorses Kerry! French!

    Iran endorses Bush....reverse psychology.

    :bs1:
     
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    What is so classic? Are you insinuating that the argument made is not worthy of contemplation?

    First: Bush will be defined as the republican party, because this is really what is being said by Iran supporting the republicans over democrats and also for simplicity sake.

    Is this classic, in your definition of "what is classic?":

    As to communists, I can not give a reply, for that system of government or ideology has changed much in the past decade.

    However, Bin Laden is easy, Bush declared war on Bin Ladin. So kindly explain where reverse psychology would help OBL.

    Further, Bush has not declared war on Chirac, there exists merely political differences, the consequences of I do not bring up. Only that the two leaders don't like each other. Therefore, what would Chirac gain from supporting Bush.

    Lastly, Iran has been labeled as part of the "axis of evil" by Bush. At first blush it might seem that Iran has nothing to gain by supporting Bush, however, upon closer examination, Iran says it's support is based on the fact that democrats are more concerned with human rights than republicans, ie, President George W. Bush. This is a sly shot below the belt so to speak.

    So you see, Iran did have something to gain.
     
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    Iran knows what they are doing.

    If Bush wins, you can bet your last dollar some action will be taken with Iran.

    If Kerry wins, the only action with Iran will be some diplomatic/political orgy that will be totally benign.

    So, Iran is pretty much kissing Bush's ass in the event he wins in November.

    That's just how I see it.
     
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    I agree...endorsements go both ways if we are honest.
     
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    TOTAL political ass kissing.. IMO, everyone just needs to shut their trap about it (the world) but thats not gonna happen.

    Im not sure if I want action taken against Iran besides Covert Ops cause honestly, we cant afford another conflict.
     

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