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Friday, May 12, 2006

Why President Bush Has Not Answered President Mahmoud Ahmadi-Najad's Letter

Mahmood Ahmadi-Najad,President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, despite what some conservative writers may think, has written an intellegent, thoughtful, and seemingly sincere 18 page missive to our U.S. President George W. Bush. But so far the American president has not responded to the Iranian president's letter. We think we know the reasons why.

The words were unfamiliar to the president. The author of the letter did not use any of the words the president has made up.

Many of the words had more than three or four letters.

Several words were very long with multiple syllables.

No one wanted to read the letter to him.

The Vice President, Dick Cheney, was on a hunting trip.

Laura Bush, the First Lady, and former librarian, has been too busy disagreeing with her husband on domestic issues, like whether or not to sing the National Anthem in a language other than English.

We imagine the conversations with various cabinet secretaries in the Oval Office went something like this:
Secretary of State Rice: "No, Mr. President I really don't have time to read the letter from the Iranian president to you. Why don't you ask Secretary Donald Rumsfeld?"
Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld:"Awww, Mr. President, I don't think you need to have me read the letter to you. What difference will it make? We're gonna bomb 'em anyway."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps Our Commander in Chief will address this letter at his televised speech this evening. For once--I actually plan to look at it this time. I am most anxious to hear what he has to say since the announced agenda is immigration. However I will be anxiously awaiting his addressing this letter....if anyone alerted him about it, read it to him or explained its content(hmmm)

8:43 AM

Anonymous sempre fi said...

I for one do not believe we should think for one minute this Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadi-Najad's letter is sincere. It's just another opportunity for anti-Zionist, anti-Western, anti-American bashing to continue.

If this man is interested in making peace he should renounce his religion convert to Christianity and embrace the doctrine of Jesus Christ, the one and only Son of God.

3:14 PM

Anonymous David Jackson said...

President Mahmoud Ahmadi-Najad has made an intelligent approach with regard to an urgent matter.

Our government should respond with caution and intelligence too.

3:24 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think President Mahmoud Ahmadi-Najad presented a very important message to our president. President Mahmoud takes no sides on religon but compares and contrasts the morals and values of Christianity and Judaism alongside the actions of the prominent Christian Judaeo nations (U.S. and Isreal).

What I have come to realize is that President Mahmoud is asking a legitimate question:
How can a nation who base their moral values on the teachings of God, commit preemptive war against a foreign (and legitimate) government?

It's time we should answer these questions that the world has presented our nation and do so with proper accord, or we may find ourselves alone surrounded by enemies.

10:17 PM

Anonymous cubfan1937 said...

I have commented on the forum thaty It should be no surprize that Chimpola hassn't resp[onded. He probably can't get anyone to read it to him, and if he did, he can't write so a response would need to come from Laura, or Harriet.

11:48 AM


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