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Ahmadinejad (I think that’s how you spell it)

Posted by oneofthree on September 21, 2007

The President of Iran is in the US, visiting the UN, and wants to visit ground zero.  Not sure how I feel about this, among allegations that he supports, financially and otherwise, terrorist organizations.  This was an interesting reaction from Hot Air

if this Holocaust-denying terrorist filthbag is allowed to use the remains of the Trade Center for a photo op, the rage on the right will burn so white hot that even the anti-amnesty activism this summer will pale by comparison.

And for Michelle Malkin’s response – oh holy hell

My response was some of the sort, but then I thought about it, how can we dicate where someone visits?  Can we remove a foreign national’s (no matter how much we hate him) visa?  The husband tells me that he didn’t want to visit the site itself, but wanted to go beyond and into the restricted construction zone.  Has anyone found that anywhere?

 ** UPDATED 9/21/07 ** Michelle Malkininforms us that Ahmadinejad is invited to speak at Columbia University.  (About what I wonder?)  Some students are holding protests.  (seems like a month for protects, isn’t it?)

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