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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Thoughts on Ahmadinejad's visit

My apologies to readers who have probably wondered where I've been. I'm not avoiding my duties here on purpose, but approximately two weeks ago, areas of my body started going numb. As of this point in time from my lower chest down to my7 feet, I'm numb and tingly. The same goes for the fingers on both hands, so it's not easy to type. (I don't home row type; I hunt and peck at about 70 wpm.) But I can't feel the keys, and I must go slow or there will be a world of mistakes in a post. I have been to the doctor, and she's running tests to see what's wrong. Hopefully this will be corrected soon.

But I could not let the subject of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's visit to the UN go unremarked. We do have an agreement with the UN to the point where we can't prevent him from visiting the UN. He has diplomatic immunity, to the chagrin of many common sense folks here in America. This is just one of many reasons why we maintain that it's time for us to get out of the UN, and get the UN out of America, but I digress.

His presence in America is an affront to the nation, as a whole. This is a man who is commanding elements of his military to attack our troops in Ira1q. He has killed US soldiers, his nation has been hostile to us since 1979, and in 1983 it was Iran's sponsored terrorists that bombed the Marine barracks in Beirut. Both Marcie and I detest the fact the man will be coming here. Furthermore, we agree that he should be barred from visiting Ground Zero. that is hallowed ground in America, and no supporter of chaos, genocide and terror should be allowed there, no matter what his stated intentions are.

As we understand it, the NYPD no longer have this issue in their court. this is back in the hands for the federal government, and they are considering providing Secret Service personnel to protect him if they give him the approval to visit the site. There are counter-protests planned for his "day in the limelight" at Ground Zero, and we applaud those Americans. They know what that site means to the nation.

But if the Bush administration allows this to go forward, it will be time to hold those accountable. That means that when the elections come around in 2008, some people who might -- MIGHT, mind you -- tell America to calm down (such as those in the Congress) should be bounced from office. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a terrorist. He was involved in the seizing of our embassy in 1979. He has publicly declared that Israel should be "wiped off the map." He has denied the Holocaust ever occurred, and it's a web of "Zionist" lies. He is waging a proxy war against Israel, and an undeclared war against the United States. As far as I'm concerned if he wants to visit the UN, fine. As soon as his business is done, he should be taken back to the airport, and tossed on the next flight back to Europe to catch a connecting flight back to his native land. But there should be no visit to the hallowed ground of 11 September.

To allow that is allowing him to spit on the memory of those who have died, and it sh*ts all over the families that suffered through that dark day. He wants to visit a terrorism site, there are plenty around the world he can have a photo-op at. He might want to try Beirut, Yemen, Madrid, London, Kenya, or Tanzania. But not Ground Zero.

Publius II


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