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The “Rambling” Meme

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Adrian Blomfield describes Iran’s “rambling five page document presented to western diplomats last week.” I have noticed the frequent use of the word “rambling” to describe texts or speeches coming from Iran and in particular, Ahmadinejad.

A few examples:

In a very long (and rambling) opinion piece, Mike Baker describes Ahmadinejad’s speech to the U.N General Assembly as “incoherent rambling.”

Dan K. Thomasson: “What saved Bollinger from being charged with blatant incivility and obnoxious grandstanding were Ahmadinejad’s rambling, almost incoherent speech...”

Simon Freemon:  “The Bush Administration dismissed the contents of the letter as rambling polemic…”

David Limbaugh:  What is most noteworthy about Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s rambling letter to President Bush…

Irwin Arieff: “Iran’s rambling letter faults US, makes no nuclear proposals.”

Rosa Brooks: “Mahmoud Ahmadinejad]’s letter was intense, rambling and often disturbing.

Olivia Ward: “Ahmadinejad’s speech, with a rambling theme of God, justice and morality, stressed Iran’s peaceful nature and love of ‘creativity, mercy, kindness, wisdom.’

Julian Borger: “In a rambling polemic, Ahmadinejad questioned the reality of the Holocaust, accused Israel of genocide….”

John Moody: “Ahmadinejad sent a rambling letter to Bush in which he discussed religion, politics and philosophy.”

Irancove @ September 14, 2009

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