Tehran, Iran - (Loquacious Mess): President George Bush has been invited to speak at Tehran's Iranian University of Holocaust Studies in a reciprocal move following Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's address of Columbia University's School of Psychiatric Medicine last week.
Bush has also been invited to inaugurate his family memorial archives at the academic facility related to their enterprising business ventures during World War II connected to the IG Farben factory in Berlin, manufacturer of the notorious Zyklon B nerve gas.
In New York last week Ahmadinejad was lambasted as a "cruel and petty little dictator".
The reciprocal visit to Iran next year is a sign of "an unusual readiness by Iran" to receive an American presidential "tit for tat" visit as soon as possible.
"Of course we'll do everything to show Mr Bush a good time if he chooses to come," Tehran radio said today. "We know his views on capital pubishment and would be happy to arrange visits to typical Isfahani stoningss, amputations and a floggings - if he really fancies that sort of stuff.
"As well as all the other stuff we usually put on for the tourists."