Thursday, September 07, 2006

Is There Room for One More Terrorist at "Club Gitmo"?

Diplomats at the United Nations were sent into disarray yesterday when President Ahmadinejad of Iran declared that he intended to attend the General Assembly of the world body on September 19 and to debate his country's nuclear program with President Bush, who is due to address the Assembly that day.

It would be Fun if there was a debate between George W Bush and the Iranian President and during the hand shake before the beginning of the debate George W Bush puts handcuffs on Ahmadinejad and sends him off to our prison for terrorist at Guantanamo in Cuba. Diplomatic immunity you say.... Iran didn't follow diplomatic immunity when they held our embassy staff for 444 days.

The Iran hostage crisis was a 444-day period (about 14 months), during which student proxies of the new Iranian regime held hostage 66 diplomats and citizens of the United States inside the U.S. embassy in Tehran. The standoff lasted from November 4, 1979 until January 20, 1981.

So come on over to New York! Hay, maybe we can get the UN out of New York at the same time.