Happy Easter Monday, infidel!
That is not an exact quote, but it is a reasonable paraphrase of what Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said to the world Monday.
Speaking from Natanz, Iran, the Iranian president announced that his country is now capable of producing nuclear fuel on an “industrial scale” in a dramatic expansion of Iran’s uranium enrichment program, and in defiance of UN demands it halt its nuclear program or face increased sanctions.
Meanwhile, George W. Bush, America’s part-time president and Mexico’s full-time immigration law avoidance consultant, spent the day at the border explaining why American homeland security, sovereignty, culture, and heritage should be scuttled in order to accommodate 12-30 million third-world illiterates from Mexico.
Adios America! is not an exact quote, but is also a reasonable paraphrase of what George W. Bush had to say to Americans on Easter Monday.
History will eventually decide which of these two scoundrels was more of a threat to the American people.
Right now, it’s just too close to call.
John Lillpop is a Capitol Hill Coffee House staff writer.