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Thursday, January 05, 2006

Evil from the Axis

--posted by Tony Garcia on 1/05/2006

(H/T: Hammerswing)

Remember all of the howling that the Left did when Bush labeled Iran a part of the Axis of Evil?

They just keep proving Bush right. Here's the latest.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying he was hoping for Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's death, the Reuters news agency reported on Thursday.

"Hopefully, the news that the criminal of Sabra and Shatila has joined his ancestors is final," the semi-official news agency ISNA quoted him as telling a group of Shiite clerics in the holy city of Qom.
Hmm, and somehow we are supposed to take this idiot for a man of religion? It seems that another "religious" man is saying similar things.
The Reverend Pat Robertson says Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's massive stroke could be God's punishment for giving up Israeli territory.

The founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network told viewers of "The 700 Club" that Sharon was "dividing God's land," even though the Bible says doing so invites "God's enmity."

Robertson added, "I would say woe to any prime minister of Israel who takes a similar course."

He noted that former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated.

Robertson said God's message is, "This land belongs to me. You'd better leave it alone."
Interesting. Robertson thinks Sharon is being punished because God is like a 2-year old that screams, "Mine. Mine. Mine." all the time.

These two people are doing far more damage to religion than shows like "The Book of Daniel" are.

Back to Iran. I have had it with these yokels. They are a danger to our allies, a danger to the region and a danger to the whole world (with the exception of "radical" Muslims). It is time to exterminate them.


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