Think about the amazing song by John Lennon being played softly in the United Nations of the future as diplomats discuss the solution to the world's calamities. Imagine!

Now think about Dueling Banjos playing from a speaker off stage. Two podiums stand in the emptiness with spotlights focused and security EVERYWHERE!

Check this link: n_re_mi_ea/iran_nuclear

Out walk the two combatants: "Georgie" in a cowboy hat swaggering over to the podium with the American flag and a picture of Jesus suspended above. And President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad strolls to his place on the stage in his flowing robe and turbin. There beneath the Iranian flag and holding the Koran, he stares at our illustrious "Idiot in Chief" and the verbal battle begins.

Both have empty guns strapped to their hips. Symbolic of their threatening but cowardly souls. Like dueling Doublemint Twins they joust with empty rhetoric.

"My country will NEVER give up our "right" to pursue nuclear energy," the Iranian "Puppet King" throws a jab.

"Well, um, my country has GOD on our side and you WILL bow to our will,""Georgie" ducks and swings with a roundhouse right.

"Allah is GREAT!" Ahmadinejad shouts, looking skyward.

"You caint get to heaven without Jesus,""Georgie screams, mentally trying to avoid using the word "nukular."

Ah, it would be spectacular! I can't wait!

I'm going to go now to write the lyrics for my new song: "Babbling Idiots" which will be sung to the music playing on the guitar and banjo.

Yahoo! Ain't diplomacy fun!

Tags: Ahmadinajad, Bush, diplomacy, Iran, United Nations, United States (all tags)



Re: Imagine 400 Nuclear Bombs!

The Jewish Republic of Israel has about 400 nuclear bombs, and about a half-dozen missile carrying submarines that could launch them anywhere. They have just carpet-bombed most of Lebanon for no relatively significant provocation. They could bomb Washington, DC. just as easily. And if we don't keep up with the $6 billion dollar-a-year payments, they probably will.

It sounds to me like you want a war with Iran. Do you? George W. Bush said that Iraq, North Korea, and Iran were an axis of evil. Does that mean we should attack them? For what? (And remember, North Korea has both nuclear bombs and submarines.)

I am far more fearful of the Jewish Republic of Israel than I am of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which doesn't just carpet-bomb defenseless neighbors.

by blues 2006-08-29 12:24PM | 0 recs
Re: Imagine!

I don't know how you gathered from what I wrote that I want a war with ANYONE.  I was just poking fun at the evil of Bush and Iran's president.

I don't care much for the way Israel acts either.

I think you misunderstood my blog.

by goldkey 2006-08-29 03:57PM | 0 recs
Re: Imagine!

That makes me feel a lot better. Sorry for the misunderstanding. I am also disturbed by the attacks on the Kurds by the Turkey and the Iran. I am sickened by the notion that the situation in the Middle East is so screwed up that people can pretend that it can only be improved by making it worse. Much of Africa has also turned into hell. Maybe that has something to do with some new findings of oil there. Of course, all of the oil everywhere will be mostly depleted by 2012.

We all pay for war. And it's very, very, very expensive, in many, many, many ways. We are still paying for WWI! am not too fond of people who like wars.

by blues 2006-08-31 09:12PM | 0 recs
I think you'd have a difficult time

finding anyone who has seen all the blood and guts that I saw in Vietnam who "likes" war.

Nobody on earth hates war more than I do.

Thanks for your comments.

by goldkey 2006-09-04 01:00PM | 0 recs


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