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Iran's President Offers Advice

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sent President Bush an 18-page letter of suggestions for resolving current international issues. What do you think?
  • "It's very presumptuous. We don't hear from Iran since 1979 and now we're supposed to drop everything and read an 18-page letter?"

    Vippin Vasavada
    Truck Driver
  • "Between his willingness to proffer helpful advice and his well-groomed beard, Ahmadinejad is fast becoming the Bob Vila of nuclear standoffs."

    Floyd Lawton
  • "How quaint–nobody writes letters anymore. It is nice to see a real gentleman in charge of Iran's nuclear weapons development program."

    Bridget Mulley
    Donut Franchise Operator