Monday, April 17, 2006 | By: Dusty Taylor

Iran's new Prez smells bad and has NO sense of humor

Apparently someone text-messaged the dipshit Prez of Iran that he needed to bathe more often. He always does look a tad messy in my opinion..

The anonymous text message cost the head of the Iranian phone company his job, landed four people in jail and the dipshit Prez then said whoever sent him the anonymous message was in cahoots with the Israel Foreign Intelligence Service.

Somehow, this coming from someone who has questioned that the Holocust never happened..does not surprize me one iota. Remember sportsfans..this jackass is running a country that is also learning the fine art of enriching uranium..

The linkage to the article is here.

12 people gave us their .02 cents:

Sonicrusk said...

it's true, he does look a little greasy whenever I see him on TV. Plus, almost no one can pronounce his last name without intense practice.

dusty said...

I called me messy, but yes its greasy..and his last name would give any journalist nightmares.

Shining Star said...

It it wasn't so damn scary it would be really funny...

lecram sinun said...

Perhaps they were just trying to tell him that he stinks... in more ways than one.

FantasticAlice said...

So, can we text a message to the secret service saying Bush needs a bath (as well as a frontal lobotomy) and watch chaos ensue?

Wishful thinking.

FantasticAlice said...

Oh, and your son's arm just got a lot hotter.

jagular said...

That's absolutely hilarious.
It reminds me of a similar story I saw in the news a couple of years ago:

http://washingtontimes.com/world/20030619-010057-7801r.htm

new guy said...

Not nice to make fun of Mr. Armageddon-jihad

Everywhere in your blog, you criticize the Bush administration. Are they completely wrong about what they are doing, or are they just retarded in the ways they go about it? Example would be Iraq. Most people are relieved Saddam Hussein is out of power. But they could have found a better way to topple him without all the "unforseen" (by them) consequences.

What should be done about Iran? Do you think they are trying to develop nukes? Should we try to stop them? How?

dusty said...

I critize the Shrub's administration because they have lied to us about why we went into Iraq. If they had actually told the truth, would everyone of stood behind them?

I critize the Shrub's administration because most of his minions are incompetent fucktards with very little, if any, experience in running a huge business like the Federal Government.

They have also systematcally taken the teeth out of the EPA so their cronies in BIG Business can pollute to their little hearts are content, all the while counting their money.The Supreme's have had to step in several times and bitch-slap the government for these actions which are detrimental to clean air,water and god knows what else.

I am also sick of this administration, and Republican's in general pandering to the religious rightwing nutjobs in their quest to remake the United States into their homophobic, bible-thumping image.

I could go on..but I don't have the time..and I see your eyes glazing over..

dusty said...

Jag..that was hysterical!!! thanks for the link :)

new guy said...

No, I was just surprised that you are concerned about Iran's nuclear development. It is difficult to avoid automatically being against anything Bush is for. They use that to claim if you agree with the general goal, you must agree with their way of going about it. So if you are glad Saddam Hussein is out of power, you have to agree with whatever they did to get there.

I was just reading a site talking about electoral fraud. In both Venezuela and the U.S. the most recent elections of "wildly popular" presidents involve a) exit polls that do not match the results, and b) voting machines developed by businesses owned indirectly by the government or connected with the party that is said to have won.

When a machine counts the votes, my candidate's supporters cannot view the counting of the physical pieces of paper, and so cannot verify the count was fair.

dusty said...

I am concerned about the Iranian nuke connection, but I feel we can not nuke them for making nukes..diplomacy..its a lost art here in the U.S.

Women are worse off in Iran than when Saddam was there. I read an article about it today. I do not agree with their motives for going over there, and I do not condone the lies set forth to get us over there. I think the Shrub's lies and innuendo's to get us into occupying Iraq are indeed an IMpeachable offense..he lied..about why we went to war. Clinton only lied about consorting w/a chubby intern..and those were impeachable offenses correct sir?

I agree(finally) with your statement about voting machines and accountability. We need a paper trail.