Sunday, February 05, 2006

The smoking gun could be a mushroom cloud

A mushroom cloud over Iran, that is. From U.S. low-yield "bunker buster" nuclear explosives.

Because, of course, we must nuke the planet to protect the planet from nukes.

This is all I can think that the latest rumbling from Rummy means. Apparently, Iran is the 4th-largest industrial power on the planet, with the most advanced tanks, fighter aircraft, and the largest most advanced military on the planet, and wishes to attack and conquer the rest of the world. At least, that's what Rummy says, when he compares Iran to Nazi Germany, apparently not minding that this makes him sound like some Venezuelan. Remember, Iran isn't some decrepit tin-pot third world nation armed with cast-off weapons gleaned from other nations, nosirree! Iran is a major European power that virtually invented the Industrial Revolution and has its own advanced military that will KILL EVERYONE, that's the ticket!

As for me, I'm just shuddering in my flippers at the thought of all those hyper-advanced Iranian weapons just poised at our borders waiting, waiting I say, to DESTROY US ALL! Because we all know there's one country that has the largest most advanced military on the planet today, and it is... err... hmm... isn't Iran?

But that's not the important thing. The important thing is, as Lurch notes, Israel must be defended to the last American. Because, of course, we elect the government of the United States to defend Israelis, not to defend America and Americans.

Alrighty, then!

- Badtux the Snarky Penguin

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