Tuesday, September 23, 2008



Ya' gotta' love the guy:
Throughout Bush's speech, hard-line Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who has vowed that Iran's military will "break the hand" of anyone targeting the country's nuclear facilities, sat in his seat and smiled and waved to people in the chamber. At one point during Bush's 22-minute talk, Ahmadinejad turned to someone at his side and gave a thumb's down.
Actually, with Bush calling the "Russian invasion" of Georgia a "violation of the U.N. Charter" and talking about "the equal rights of nations large and small," it's a miracle the entire chamber wasn't LOL and ROFLM[T]AO.

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