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Originally posted by Seekerof
You still crack me up, just as you did back when I was a noob.
Originally posted by Kidfinger
So because some one na na's us, we have to be arse holes right back at them? Well I would have thought the religous right would practice what their good book says, or at least use some horse sense. So what if they said some total crap. Big whoop! Now am I supposed to jump on the bandwagon and start bashing anyone who doesnt like us? I think that is how we attained the most hated position in the world in the first place. Grow up please. A little less hypocracy from the religous right would be a welcome direction to walk in.
Originally posted by JoshGator54
As far as I have read in this post you are the only one bringing religion (and your hatred of it) into this discussion.
Originally posted by BadMojo
Didn't you just do the same thing, Kidfinger?
Pray tell, how do you know if someone is, as you term it, religious?
...and please...no speaking with your foot in your mouth.
Originally posted by drogo
what does give the us the right to judge every other country? that is a bit arrogant, and rude don't you think?
Ayatollah warns U.S. needs punch in mouth!
Iran's spiritual leader says nuke plan to continue no matter who is elected
The spiritual leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, is warning the U.S. to stay out of his country's business – and, in particular, its nuclear program, which is set to resume this week.
Speaking on a tour of southeast Iran, Khamenei called the U.S. "arrogant," "rude" and said the country "deserved a punch in the mouth."
He also said Iran's presidential elections in June would not make any difference to its nuclear policy.
Khamenei said it was not up to the U.S. to decide which countries needed nuclear technology.
Originally posted by edsinger
I thought this was interesting to say the least, what a thing to say. Real diplomatic. I know Bush will not do it but I think it would be funny he he actually could saw what was one his mind without all the press wienies crying about it.
Originally posted by Siroos
It's really no less diplomatic than to say that Iran belongs to an axis of evil!
Originally posted by Siroos
Couldn't agree with him any more. The U.S. is all that he said, and it does deserve a punch when it violates the rights of other countries and bullies the world as it does. It's surprising to me that people should find what Khemenei said as odd or radical. I think that at the present 95% of the world would agree with him.
I think that at the present 95% of the world would agree with him.
Originally posted by skippytjc
Can I see the data your basing this on? What census did you refference to get that 95%?