Of course then again George is afraid to debate the current Iranian President. This maybe why.
But Ahmadinejad's office said in a statement that he told his cabinet he was ready to debate in the U.N. General Assembly and that Bush could bring his advisers if he wished.
A presidential official told Reuters that Ahmadinejad's remarks were partly to rebut a Bush speech on Tuesday in which the U.S. president said Shi'ite "extremists" were subjecting Iran to "a regime of tyranny", backed terrorists, sought atomic bombs and threatened the United States.
Afraid to talk to the Iranians....yet willing to declare economic , and possibly military, war on them...typical of the Bush foreign policy of; America Only Decides The Fate Of The World, Nyah, Nyah, I Can't Hear You I Have My Fingers In My Ears.....
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