Monday, November 08, 2004
Happy Anniversary -- as important as a snowflake
Well, well, well. So, what anniversary did we celebrate here yesterday? Well, 25 years ago yesterday, a group of Iranian students stormed the U.S. Embassy (Source Archive) in Iran and took 50 hostages. They held them for 444 days. Who was responsible? President James "call me Jimmy" Carter (would anyone seriously consider calling President Bush, "Georgie?").
Although the author cited in the above article claims that nothing has changed in the past 25 years, we beg to differ. Today, Iran has 130,000 U.S. military personnel on the ground and ready for any stunt they might like to pull . . . we're positive they don't like the results of Tuesday's election any better than the idiots who are "holding" Fallujah. We didn't want you to forget such an important date -- and, we really don't want Jimmy to forget. And, as far as our 'credibility' and 'vulnerability' -- we think we're doing just fine, thanks anyway, JIMMY!