Skip to comments.Cleric: Iranian President Should Punch Obama in the Mouth
Posted on 05/02/2014 12:27:23 AM PDT by Olog-hai
During a recent sermon in Tehran, an Iranian cleric criticized the United States and said that the Iranian president should punch the American president in the mouth if he talks nonsense. [ ]
When our top negotiators enter the room, they should know that when they face the Americans, they face a hostile enemy that cannot be trusted at all. Thank God, our top negotiators have acknowledged this a few times in the past. Just as you confront them during the negotiations, you must confront them on the level of political declarations If the American president talks nonsense, our president should punch him in the mouth, declared (Ayatollah Ahmad) Khatami.
Throughout the sermon, the crowd chants Death to America!
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we need to nuke those bastards
but let them make the sucker punch first
Get in line and wait your turn.
Finally, and issue that Iranians and Americans can agree on!
I’d love to take her Daniel’s or Jean-Georges and get to know her.
Just as he’s bowing down.
put it on pay per view.
I’d watch it and pay good money to see it.
> Cleric: Iranian President Should Punch Obama in the Mouth
He will have to stand in line and wait his turn.
Put it on pay-per-view and use the proceeds to fund ObamaCare instead of tax dollars.
Might require several repeat performances.
I agree.. that Obama needs to be punched in the mouth....I’ll punch Obama - and we all can - in November.
“Ill punch Obama - and we all can - in November.”.........
Who amongst us can wait soooooooo long?
I’d pay a $1 to see Barry punched in the pie hole. I’d pay $5 to see both of them (Barry and the Iranian president) doing Opilio crab fishing on the Bearing Sea in January.
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