I’m not sure that any of you should aspire to be the dangerous fanatic that I am. How dangerous am I? Well, you should probably keep me away from any buttons that impact on American foreign policy, such asÂ voting booths and nuclear weapons.
I have a friend, D,Â who threatens to vote me in as Prime Minister of Israel. After every election he tells me that he wrote me in on his ballot. And, since he’s crazy enough to do it, I have this nagging worry that the General Security Service (GSS) is going to knock on my door one day and ask why I keep getting votes for Prime Minister of Israel.
I keep warning D, that if he does ever get me elected as PM, there will be mushroom clouds over the capitals of Islamic countries the next day, and that he doesn’t want that.
He just smiles.
That guy is almost as dangerous as I am.
Unfortunately, if you are reading my blog, then you too have undoubtedly joined the ranks of the dangerous. You have caught the disease and there is nothing for it but to give you an outlet for your political incorrectness and dangerous ideas.
That’s right, you have now joined the ranks of the single issue voter. Most people vote their pocket book. Others vote for lofty issues like poverty, education, and the Spotted Owl. You, like myself, have transcended rationality and have decided to vote based on a presidential candidate’s support for Israel.
See? I knew it. I can read minds.
So, without further ado, go and keep track of the following web page:
So far, Rudy Giuliani has the top spot in the “I’m good for Israel” rankings.
Now, IÂ want to know how he feels about nuclear weapons.