Sneak peek at the "hard" questions Bollinger will be putting to Ahmidinajad (or however you spell it)
1. Mahmoud. You never wear a tie. What's up with that?
2. What are you doing in Iran to stem global warming?
3. "Mission Impossible 3". Great special effects or what Mahmoud?
4. Coke? Or Pepsi?
5. Favorite Starbucks drink?
6. You say the Holocaust never really happened. Fair enough. Read any good books lately?
7. Would you care to meet our Director of Development and, perhaps, I mean only if you feel like it, write a check to the School of Journalism? If not that's OK. Hey, just forget I asked. I am orry I brought it up. Here, would you allow me to write YOU a check?
8. If you were head coach of the Chicago Bears, would you start Griese against Green Bay next week?
9. Now, for a personal question sir: You look pretty fit Mr. President. You working out on a Bowflex in Tehran?
And the last question before I drop my trousers and bend over Mr. President, regarding women's rights in an Islamic theocracy: we, here at Columbia, being the hypocrite dupes we are, profess to endorse women's and Gay rights, but the last thing we want to do is have closed minds so we accept your putting women and homosexuals to death in your country. But can we count on you to murder those people by stoning them to death as burning them alive would add hydrocarbons to the atmosphere and being civilized people we are concerned with Green House Gasses?
I certainly hope I didn't offend this afternoon you Mr. President, but I am an academic and have certain standards. I am sure you understand, and before you leave, could you autograph my program and let my wife take a picture of you and I together? All the Socialists in our School of Public Policy will never believe I got to meet you. This has been so bitchin'.
(courtesy of guest blogger, Mark Levin)
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