quarta-feira, setembro 26, 2007



"I. Once again, Iran's President Ahmadinejad's reputation was rescued by the ineptitude, rudeness and stupidity of a well- known reporter and then by those opponents of his who reenact the Yeats depiction of a world of discourse in which "the worst are full of passionate intensity." On the "60 Minutes" interview with Scott Pelley, Ahmadinejad showed himself--as in time past he'd done with such other famous and inept interviewers as Mike Wallace and Brian Williams--good- humored, well-informed and patient under rude, persistent, clumsy questioning. So, instead of accepting and building on Ahmadinejad's response to his question about Iran's working toward nuclear weapons, namely, that the day of such weapons' utility had long passed, Pelley accused him of not answering his question. Which of course evoked a rational, still good humored response that he, Ahmadinejad, was not a Guantanamo Bay prisoner being interrogated by the CIA but the elected president of the country in which they sat."

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