Friday, August 04, 2006

Is That Your Final Answer?

Steve Sailer asks:
If Shi'ites with ties to Iran are the most dangerous people in the world, as the neocons are saying this week, then why did the neocons three years ago want to invade Iraq in order to put in as President of Iraq a Shi'ite who frequently vacations at his villa in Tehran: Ahmad Chalabi?
Fortunately I have a source at Neocon Secret Headquarters who gave the following reply:

Well, um . . . You see, we wanted to force Iran, um . . . The Shi'ites in Iraq are . . . By toppling Saddam we . . .

Oh, yeah, that's it: Sailer is anti-Semitic, Sailer is anti-Semitic, Sailer is anti-Semitic. Yeah, why else would he raise such unfair questions? I bet he hates America too.

5 comments:

Jason said...

Exactly. The only difference between a critic of the neo-cons and an anti-semite is a few drinks. Get 'em liquored up and they'll talk.

Robert said...

Since one of the results of the liberation of Iraq is that Saddam Hussein is not launching Scuds on Tel Aviv and another is that the Shi'ites, including Hezbollah, are being denounced by the Saudis and Al Qaeda, maybe having a few troops in the area is not looking like such a bad idea. Maybe, just maybe, it's in the interests of the US that the Middle East be kept in a state of turmoil and instability for as long as possible.

Ahrimahn said...

Maybe, just maybe, it's in the interests of the US that the Middle East be kept in a state of turmoil and instability for as long as possible

Yes, things are going really well for the United States in the Middle East.

Tollboy said...

Why is it that Mel Gibson makes more sense drunk than most neocons do sober?

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