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Ahmadinejad Needs to Get Dealt With, Now!

June 18th, 2007 Urban Conservative

And if you don’t agree with me, you need to get dealt with too! Since taking power, Iran’s so-called president Ahmadinejad, has made some insane comments which have garnered the attention of the world, or at least those who care to know what’s going outside of their liberal communities. Here are some direct quotes taken from this lunatic of a leader:

  • “The Holocaust is a “myth” and never really happened”
  • “We don’t shy away from declaring that Islam is ready to rule the world”
  • “Iran’s culture of martyrdom-seeking is the country’s best guarantee of national security”
  • In an open letter to President Bush, Ahmadinejad invited Bush to become a Muslim; then later said in an interview, “Those who refuse to accept an invitation to good will (to follow Islam) will not have a good ending or fate.”

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An Open Letter to Sean Penn

March 27th, 2007 Urban Conservative

I am sure many of you tuned in the other night to watch that punk Sean Penn read his open letter to President Bush in front of the usual suspects. He framed it quite eloquently when he called Bush, Cheney and Condi “villainously and criminally obscene people”. I was actually really impressed with his vocabulary. Mr. Penn, your high school education really paid off that evening. While I do respect the fact that the courageous Mr. Penn toured the streets of “Baghdad during this occupational war”; that does not make him an expert in foreign policy. The fact of the matter is Mr. Penn; you don’t know what the hell you are talking about. All you do is complain about the war in Iraq and boast that Iran is such a great country. If Iran is such a great country, why not shack up with Ahmadinejad and take up residence there? Believe me Sean; you would be doing all of us ‘level headed’ people a huge favor.

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Enemy of the Week, John Edwards

February 23rd, 2007 Urban Conservative

Presidential Hopeful John Edwards is perhaps the most dangerous democrat running for office: “Perhaps the Greatest Short-Term Threat to World Peace Is the Possibility That Israel Would Bomb Iran’s Nuclear Facilities” were his words.

There are other emerging fissures, as well. The aggressively photogenic John Edwards was cruising along, detailing his litany of liberal causes last week until, during question time, he invoked the “I” word Israel. Perhaps the greatest short-term threat to world peace, Edwards remarked, was the possibility that Israel would bomb Iran’s nuclear facilities. As a chill descended on the gathering, the Edwards event was brought to a polite close.

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Enemy of the Week, Ardeshire Hassanpour, assassinated by Mossad’

February 5th, 2007 Urban Conservative

Let’s face it, there are some people in this world that are better off not breathing. Please don’t take this the wrong way; no dissresepect to Ardeshire, the PRIZE-WINNING Iranian nuclear scientist, for all the great work he’s done for Iran’s Nuclear Program; but c’mon, did you think Israel is going to sit around while Ahmadinejad and his power crazy thugs acquire nukes? He should have known that he was a walking dead man, just like everyone else in Ahmadinejad’s clan. Thank you Mossad for having the balls to take action! I wonder who’s next?

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Top Democrat Ahmadinejad Writes Letter to the American People

November 29th, 2006 Urban Conservative

Today, Top Democrat (you will see what I mean later) and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has written an open letter to us, the American people. I have quoted a few of his words and provided my responses accordingly.

Were we not faced with the activities of the US administration in this part of the world and the negative ramifications of those activities on the daily lives of our peoples, coupled with the many wars and calamities caused by the US administration as well as the tragic consequences of US interference in other countries?

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