Bibi: New standard for human stupidity

Thank G-d we’ve got a clear-thinking leader. In Bibi’s words:

I think Iran is very different. They put their zealotry above their survival. They have suicide bombers all over the place– I wouldn’t rely on their rationality. Since the advent of nuclear weapons, you had countries that had access [that] always made a careful calculation of costs and benefits. But Iran is guided by a leadership with an unbelievable fanaticism. It’s the same fanaticism that you see swarming your embassies…You want these fanatics to have nuclear weapons?

“I mean I heard some people suggest, David– I actually read this in the American press– they said, ‘Well, you know, if you take action, that’s a lot worse than having Iran with nuclear weapons.’ Some have even said that Iran with nuclear weapons would stabilize the Middle East…I think the people who say this have set a new standard for human stupidity.”

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8 responses to “Bibi: New standard for human stupidity”

  1. Lynne says :

    Where was the interview? Excellent words from Bibi.

  2. Eitan (@EitanDC) says :

    I recently saw a new to me expression for most of the democrats in the U.S. and their media enablers who make ridiculous comments like bibi references, dhimmicrats. The term fits so amazingly well.

    I’m just grateful that Bibi is willing to call things as he sees it, which is so rare in the U.S., especially on the left. One of the things which really turned me on to Romney was during the Republican primary debates when he was asked by a Palestinian about why there wasn’t peace between Israel and the Palestinians and what he would do to help create a Palestinian state. It would have been real easy to pander to that particular question asker, thats what obama would have done, but instead he gave this answer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTuTwxekr5w

    • Lynne says :

      Eitan, thank you so much for your comment. I checked out the link you put up, and it was worth hearing Romney’s words. I would vote for Romney now on the basis of this comment alone. I tend to be more liberal than many Republicans, but those are issues that can be worked on. Overall, I feel comfortable with Romney’s good, solid family values, his excellent business experience, and his foreign policy.

      • Eitan (@EitanDC) says :

        Glad you liked the link Lynne. I really wish the guy asking the question was included in it, because I was watching it live and he phrased it as being an Arab republican, and he was looking for Romney to tell him and other Arabs what he would do to help the Palestinians get a state. Romney just blasted him. In full disclosure, I was a Romney supporter before hand, but I cringed when I heard that question because I thought anyone running for office would give some random statement appealing to the questioner and the people he says he speaks for. I was really impressed when thats not what I got.

  3. Lynne says :

    Very interesting developments today in the mainstream media. Of course, corrupt and biased CNN is avoiding any mention of Obama and the security at Benghazi, reporting other news (even scraping the barrel with non-news like puppy videos and garbage like that), but MSNBC and CBS had hard hitting questions phrased in the strongest terms, and questioning Susan Rice’s version of the security at Benghazi.
    You see, Obama and his administration immediately began their lying, but they forgot that other information could come out…. the UK closed their embassy there after repeated attacks and WARNED Obama about the situation there (there is info in the UK media that came out immediately), one of the Navy SEALS sent several emails that evening describing his unease and fear after seeing men taking pictures of the embassy (including one of the guards), it’s well known that there were attacks on the embassy in June, July and August, and there are survivors who may have their own questions about why their lives were put in danger without security and who saw what happened there…as well as the Libyan government officials that are strongly stating that they warned the US about security. CBS asked why Obama skipped more than 60% of the Intel Security briefings… Lawmakers are asking for a full FBI investigation into the lack of security and hopefully into why Obama did not see fit to attend those important security meetings.
    Obama, Susan Rice, Jay Carney and the rest of the corrupt administration may finally have to face the evidence of their failed administration, and perhaps this time their pathological lying won’t save them.

    • israeliminx says :

      Ema, let’s hope so. The O admin is already trying to backtrack. You know what really gets me is their conception of how stupid and gullible people are: they clearly believe that people will believe anything, no matter how outlandish, if it comes from The One. This is a situation so obvious it is like everyone is looking up at the clear blue sky and the Obama administration is trying to claim no you are looking at a lime green sky. Pathological is right.

  4. Lynne says :

    They know that it is hard for people to change their perceptions, and so many will discount any information that challenges that. Obama and his goon administration is counting on the fact that no matter what comes out, people will make excuses for him.
    If a full-blown exposure is done though, people will have a hard time ignoring it. If I were Ambassador Stevens’ mother, I would start pressing for answers.

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