Thursday, March 8, 2007

Which Americans to Trust?

Not Oh-Bam-mamma!

Nor this one!



She's been recently heard saying: Bush is a lame duck because he hasn't already attacked Iran!

14 comments:

Anna said...

For heavens sake, N.
Take away this face, please, we don't need any more reasons for bad dreams, do we?
On the other hand: it exists even if one doesn't get to see it .

:-)

N. said...

good match for my funny valentine, heh?

Anna said...

Well: trying to open the link, I was getting an error message. So even my system does'nt want to scare me one more time ... and over and above just on 8th. of march ;-) But I guess to remember that it was that lovely portrait of Condi. Right?

Salam-ha-je samimane!

N. said...

Hmm, No anna, you can't get away without seeing this metalic woman:
http://iranfacts.blogspot.com/2007/02/my-funny-valentine.html

You are Persian too?

Anna said...

Ok, n. ... I did it, for to tell the truth: today nothing can destroy my mood, but mostly I was looking at the contrasting (!) picture. Of course! If once you have developed a sense for good taste, you know :-D

No, I'm not persian. But actually I'm trying to learn the language. It's not so easy. But finally I'm about and will and want to say "RUZ BECHEIR, IRAN!" In April then. For example. And not good morning america. :-)

nunya said...

The powerful Democrats (read, corporate funded) and the media (also corporate funded) are doing their best to ignore him, but I like Dennis Kucinich .

Sophia said...

N, I adore this picture. It describes quite well the woman, where did you find it ?

N. said...

http://images.google.com/images?client=safari&rls=en&q=Hillary%20clinton%20Iran&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&um=1&sa=N&tab=wi


there! :)

MarcLord said...

It would be great to live in a country where someone like Dennis Kucinich had an actual chance to get elected. Maybe Switzerland. Or Finland. Or Consumer-Reportana.

Naj, I'm flattered you added me to your blogroll. In fact I've been trying to contact you for the past week cuz I dig your insights and wanted to link to you, but word verification was blocking comments for some reason. (I see others must've had the same prob.) Anyhow: is it ok if I call your blog "Iran Facts?"

Monte said...

I keep hearing a voice whispering the words "vast right-wing conspiracy."

And I am amazed by her refusal to admit her vote giving invasion power to the President was a mistake. Regardless what Iraq facts she knew (and one could argue she hadn't done her homework), wasn't trusting the President in itself a rather horrible case of poor judgment? Do I want a President who can't admit that?

Noo-hoo.

Daniel said...

Hey, n., I'm putting your blog on my Special Links. Take care now!

N. said...

Hi all, and welcome to marclord and daniel.

I don't know why in the western world, I cannot trust women in position of power. They compete to prove that they are just as ruthless as their predecessor male counterparts; or act to prove they are even more ruthless.

The iron lady, Madeline Albright (who said 500,000 starved unmedicated dead iraqi children were "the price we had to pay to contain Saddam"), Condoleezza Rice, and now Hillary Clinton (with her years of sexual repression, I assume!) ...

If I were an American, I think I would have voted a military president (not a phony one like Bush or another skull-n-boner like Kerry ) in. Paradoxically, I think army-leaders are the least war mongering ones!

Peacechick Mary said...

I have to "borrow" this picture. It totally conveys my image and thoughts on Hillary. She is simply just another neocon and I'd rather vote for my neighbors dog than her. Well, done.

N. said...

Borrow away my friend, borrow away! I wonder who's the sharpshoter photographer!