All mad 'cept for thee and me

Like the fabled New England farmer who told his neighbor that the whole world was going mad, "except for thee and me... and I'm not too sure 'bout thee," Dennis Kucinich is now accusing President Bush of being bezonkers.    Really.

Why? Because Mr. Bush grimly warned about the threat of a World War III if Iran gets nukes. Just like Nicolas Sarkozy, Angela Merkel and Tony Blair. All of them gibbering and ready for the booby hatch, obviously. 

Then there's Rudi Giuliani, Fred Thompson, Mitt Romney, and yes, Hillary Clinton. More crazy folk who seem worried about Iranian nukes

But the real madhouse denizens are Norman Podhoretz, Amir Taheriand Reza Pahlavi, the son of the former shah. These people just don't know what they're talking about, right?  

Then there are the Israelis, whose lives and families are on the line. Nuts, all six million of them. They think the mullahs actually mean what they've been chanting for thirty years! Can you believe it?

And then there are the Arabs and Turks, which are now rushing for their own nuke programs, for fear of the new Persian Empire.

But they are all wrong, or mentally unzipped.

In fact the only sane people on Iran are Dennis Kucinich, and maybe a couple of others. And he's not too sure about the other two.

Here are the unhinged ravings of Reza Pahlavi, talking to Fox News: 
"... this regime doesn't care about Iran or Iranians. It is using Iran as a launching pad, if you will, to export a very radical twisted version of Islam to the entire world.

"They couldn't care less if millions of Iranians could die in the process ...  For them, it's a matter of fighting the infidels to the death. ...

"I don't think that this regime is capable of understanding the concept of what is the true meaning of national interest because their behavior in the past several years has proved that."
This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. Or he's mad. Or he's lying.

Well, if Mr. Bush is crazy mad for bringing up that little piece of reality about mullahs with nukes, what do you say about those are living in utter denial?

Mr. Kucinich has an interesting conception of sanity.

James Lewis blogs at dangeroustimes.wordpress.com/





Like the fabled New England farmer who told his neighbor that the whole world was going mad, "except for thee and me... and I'm not too sure 'bout thee," Dennis Kucinich is now accusing President Bush of being bezonkers.    Really.

Why? Because Mr. Bush grimly warned about the threat of a World War III if Iran gets nukes. Just like Nicolas Sarkozy, Angela Merkel and Tony Blair. All of them gibbering and ready for the booby hatch, obviously. 

Then there's Rudi Giuliani, Fred Thompson, Mitt Romney, and yes, Hillary Clinton. More crazy folk who seem worried about Iranian nukes

But the real madhouse denizens are Norman Podhoretz, Amir Taheriand Reza Pahlavi, the son of the former shah. These people just don't know what they're talking about, right?  

Then there are the Israelis, whose lives and families are on the line. Nuts, all six million of them. They think the mullahs actually mean what they've been chanting for thirty years! Can you believe it?

And then there are the Arabs and Turks, which are now rushing for their own nuke programs, for fear of the new Persian Empire.

But they are all wrong, or mentally unzipped.

In fact the only sane people on Iran are Dennis Kucinich, and maybe a couple of others. And he's not too sure about the other two.

Here are the unhinged ravings of Reza Pahlavi, talking to Fox News: 
"... this regime doesn't care about Iran or Iranians. It is using Iran as a launching pad, if you will, to export a very radical twisted version of Islam to the entire world.

"They couldn't care less if millions of Iranians could die in the process ...  For them, it's a matter of fighting the infidels to the death. ...

"I don't think that this regime is capable of understanding the concept of what is the true meaning of national interest because their behavior in the past several years has proved that."
This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. Or he's mad. Or he's lying.

Well, if Mr. Bush is crazy mad for bringing up that little piece of reality about mullahs with nukes, what do you say about those are living in utter denial?

Mr. Kucinich has an interesting conception of sanity.

James Lewis blogs at dangeroustimes.wordpress.com/