Bolton: "(Obama) said during the campaign he thought Iran was a tiny threat. Tiny, tiny depending on how many nuclear weapons they are ultimately able to deliver on target. Its, uh, its tiny compared to the Soviet Union, but is the loss of one American city" – here Bolton shrugged his shoulders impishly – "pick one at random – Chicago – is that a tiny threat?"
Bolton wasn't the only one who thought this was funny. The room erupted in laughter and applause.
Isn't it interesting that those who claim to be the most assiduously patriotic are also those who find amusing the thought of an American city (or should I say, another American city) destroyed, the better to validate their fearful ideology?
What's that river in Egypt again?