Americans Who Love Ahmadinejad

Thursday, March 22nd, 2007 12:15 pm by Neal

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Debbie Schlussel regularly visits Iranian madman Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s website in order to read love letters from insane, American leftists. Here’s what some of them have to say.

Aaron C.

President Ahmadinejad, I appreciate your faith in the people of my nation. It is difficult even for me, a citizen, to imagine that we Americans may have some inexpendible virtues to offer the world. God bring America and Iran closer rather than further.


Alex Wuori zyp…

You may find this following comment strange. I am an American citizen. I am weakly agnostic. However, I positively absolutely feel that you should be allowed to have nuclear capabilities, for peaceful or military intentions. America needs to stop being able to push everyone around just because it and its allies are the only ones who have nukes. (China has them too, but they wouldnt stand up to America.) We need someone strong like you to stand up the big bully of the world. We need someone like you to unite the middle east against the imperialism of America. The world needs you, Ahmadinejad. You must not falter.

There is a simple truth which normal, hard-working Americans must realize and accept: many of our own neighbors are deranged and insane. Like an old water oak, they appear fine — even majestic — on the outside but are rotten-to-the-core on the inside. It is hard to accept that among us are citizens who despise America and desire nothing more than to see her destroyed, but that is the reality.

In a free country, such dissent and insanity must be allowed. It is not illegal to be crazy. However, these deluded citizens must be exposed and ridiculed so that they are marginalized. Any other country would treat them as traitors, but in America we allow them to choke on their own poison. Our obligation as keepers of freedom is to acknowledge the evil in our presence, to illuminate it with the light of truth, and to fight it because our very lives as free individuals are at stake.


“All that is needed for evil to prevail, is for good men to do nothing.”
— Edmund Burke


Thomas Sowell’s random thoughts have amazing relevance:

“Will those who are dismantling this society from within or those who seek to destroy us from without be the first to achieve their goal? It is too close to call.”
— Thomas Sowell

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