Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Decrapitate this

Regime change in Iran. Now. By whatever means necessary.

You’ve no doubt heard by now about the Holocaust denial conference going on in Tehran. Tuesday it was addressed by no less a personage than chief Loony Tune Mahmoud “Mojo” Ahmadinejad, who declared that Israel will soon be “wiped out.” See stories here and here.

The Bush White House termed this “an affront to the entire civilized world,” and British Prime Minister Tony Blair called it “shocking beyond belief.” On Laura Ingraham’s show, Middle East expert Michael Ledeen said Iran’s goal seems to be to deny that the Holocaust occurred—and to make sure that it happens again. Mojo and some of these other flakes need to tour Dachau, like I did a year and a half ago. This kind of denial is just plain nuts.

On his morning radio broadcast with guest Michael Medved, Focus on the Family’s Dr. James Dobson said there is an inescapable feeling of 1939 all over again.

Indeed. Except Hitler didn’t have nuclear weapons. What do you suppose he would have done if he’d had them? Well, I think we’re about to find out. Because it doesn’t appear that anyone yet on the world stage has the stones to stop his successor, Mojo.

We here have slowly and reluctantly come to the conclusion that we must go to war with Iran. Actually, Iran has been at war with us since the 1979 hostage crisis—we’ve just refused to acknowledge it. And we’re still failing to acknowledge the fact that the war we’re fighting in Iraq is really a proxy war with Iran and Syria.

Let’s get real and get it over with. It’s time to send the Sixth Fleet into the Persian Gulf and start imposing escalating sanctions against this evil regime until it’s either toppled from within or they take a shot at us and give us the excuse we need to clean house.

Except this time, we don’t go in for any nation building. Let the Iranians clean up their own mess once Mojo is gone. It’s time for decrapitation in Iran. Yeah, it won’t be fun, but the alternative is simply unthinkable.


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