Graham: murdering Iranians will help them to take control of their own government.

This man, who is elected by the people who think he is a wise man, able to govern our nation and represent the people of South Carolina, wants to murder thousands of people:

“My view of military force would be not to just neutralize their nuclear program, which are probably dispersed and hardened, but to sink their navy, destroy their air force and deliver a decisive blow to the Revolutionary Guard.

“In other words, neuter that regime,” added Graham, who spoke at the Halifax International Security Forum.

But wait, he is doing this for the Iranian people:

Graham said he hoped that would help Iranians have a chance to take back their government.

Of course, after you kill their husbands, brothers and sons, they will be united against their own government instead of the government that just murdered their loved ones. No wonder the people of South Carolina elected you Mr. Graham. Such wisdom, unfortunately, passes for the wisdom of our day in this country.


4 Responses to “Graham: murdering Iranians will help them to take control of their own government.”

  1. 1 Ann Mere November 7, 2010 at 2:52 pm

    Finally a peep. What else can you criticize? Comments like this one are easy to criticize.

  2. 2 theradicalmormon November 7, 2010 at 9:21 pm

    There is much to criticize in our foreign policy these days, but I have been preoccupied with other things. A peep is all I can muster lately.

  3. 3 Forest Simmons November 23, 2010 at 8:51 pm

    Ann, we shouldn’t let the easiness of the work prevent us from doing it:

    1 Ne. 17:41 And he did straiten them in the wilderness with his rod; for they hardened their hearts, even as ye have; and the Lord straitened them because of their iniquity. He sent fiery flying serpents among them; and after they were bitten he prepared a way that they might be healed; and the labor which they had to perform was to look; and because of the simpleness of the way, or the easiness of it, there were many who perished.

  4. 4 Forest Simmons November 24, 2010 at 1:58 am

    More to the point, it took a little child (of such is the kingdom of heaven)to make the easy and obvious criticism: “the emperor has no clothes!”

    That doesn’t mean that the criticism was superfluous.

    To some is given the gift of believing the testimony of others, when they don’t have quite enough faith to believe in what seems to be true in spite of all of the smoke and mirrors.

    Many people lack the confidence to believe their own eyes and ears when all of the big money is trying to put lies in authentic looking packages. People sit in front of their TV’s and say, “I must be crazy because I seem to be the only one who sees the elephant in the room.”

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