"Price of Oil without Iran having a nuclear bomb"
and then showed a price gauge creeping up before showing this final graphic.
And I'm thinking like WTF?? who would create something like this, so of course i clicked through. It leads to a simple petition
Unfortunately there is no where to fill out a request to tell them that they GGF - i did however forward this blog post to firstname.lastname@example.org
Whilst I fully support his right to free speech and his right to display advertisements like this - I also fully reserve my right to call him and any one else involved with http://unitedagainstnucleariran.com/ an idiot.
If you want to put together a petition that says that the USA will lead the way by destroying their own nuclear arms first then I'll fully support that.
I mean lets face it if the USA isn't prepared to give up their own nuclear ambitions then it's a little stupid to ask any other sovereign states to do so.
Seeing Henley is local to New York maybe he's interested in having a beer to discuss.
Update - Wednesday the 8th of April, 2009
Hmmm the plot thickens.
Someone just sent me this link http://www.scribd.com/doc/179296/The-Use-of-RNC-EMail-Accounts-by-White-House-Officials - now i dont know who sent it to me, or what their motives are but it looks like the document is legitimate.
The Use of RNC E-Mail Accounts by White House Officials
The Oversight Committee has been investigating whether White House officials violated the Presidential Records Act by using e-mail accounts maintained by the Republican National Committee and the Bush Cheney ‘04 campaign for official
It appears Henley MacIntyre the person behind the banner ad and posted the comments saying my arguments didn't make sense Was a white house official who violated the Presidential Records act by using a secret email account.
It's a shame the banner ad campaign didn't identify who was behind the pr stunt.