posted on Jun, 25 2005 @ 03:40 PM
Drawing The Hard Line
Hard-line hard-liner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who was elected in what is seen as a hard-line victory for hard-liners in Iran's hard-line government,
promised a hard-line approach to tackling Iran's looming unemployment crisis.
“The secret to success lies in drawing a hard line, then enforcing it with hard-line tactics,” hard-liner Ahmadinejad reportedly told unnamed and
uncorroborated non-hard-line sources while smiling a hard-lined smile on his hard-lined face.
Iran's non-hard-line moderates, who, unlike the hard-liners, only want what is best for Iran, expressed concern that a hard-liner had won the
Concerns about increasingly harder lines being drawn by an already hard-line government are fueling fears of a new hard-line era in Iran's hard-line
history, which could lead to some of the hardest lines ever taken by any hard-liner ever.
There is even speculation that Iran's hard-line government may be secretly developing what sources call “an unbreakable hard-line” that would
theoretically be capable of withstanding the most withering assaults of God-blessed, self-righteous, U.S.-approved democracy against hard-liners.
Geez. Good thing there's a free press to warn us about those hard-line hard-liners in Iran.
Without them to think for me, I might never have known.