Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Ahmadinejad Challenges Bush to a Debate

By Parisa Hafezi

TEHRAN (Reuters) - President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad voiced defiance on Tuesday as a deadline neared for Iran to halt work the West fears is a step toward building nuclear bombs, and challenged President Bush to a televised debate."

Peaceful nuclear energy is the right of the Iranian nation. The Iranian nation has chosen that based upon international regulations, it wants to use it and no one can stop it," he told a news conference.

The U.N. Security Council has given Iran until Thursday to suspend uranium enrichment -- a process which can produce fuel for civilian reactors or explosive material for warheads -- and has threatened sanctions unless it does so.

This sure falls under the heading of " MUST SEE TV" if it were to actually happen, but we all know Bush is not too keen on discourse of any kind, much less a debate.


  1. Anonymous6:14 PM

    If I was you I would be more concerned if these guys start enriching uranium than wether Bush will debate him, but we know all of the Liberals would rather support a Rouge nation than their own. so you just may get a world to live in that you may not like.

  2. Rocky, please buy yourself a dictionary.

  3. Anonymous3:55 AM

    The only prob with debating georgeboy is you have to deal with his baby sitters

  4. Anonymous3:56 AM

    Rocky, you also need basic 6th grade grammar... it should read,,, If I were you....

  5. Anonymous4:45 AM

    If I were you I would forget about trying to turn this forum into a classroom......does that suit your fancy? You always know when you have someone by the short hairs you can hear them scream by just what they have to say, If I were you I would forget about grading people on how they say or write it.