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September 18, 2006

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I like this Pope...

Besides being the mighty Pope Benedict XVI...

However, anyone who upsets the wacky NY Times, or these nutty Radical Muslims these days, seems to be worthy of praise.

Meanwhile, the 'al Qaeda' in Iraq says...
"You infidels and despotic, we will continue our jihad (holy war) and never stop until God avails us to chop your necks and raise the fluttering banner of monotheism when God's rule is established governing all people and nations..."

golly, i thought Nancy Pelosi, Howard Dean, John Kerry, Babs Boxer, John Murtha, said Iraq had nothing to do with the GWOT?

mmm, those wacky Democrats are such kidders...

The Anchoress has a "must read" examination of this entire matter at Politics Central today. I have linked to it on my blog.

RIGHTEOUS CONDEMNATION: WITH THE MEETING AT THE U.N. CURRENTLY IN PROCESS, MAY GOD'S ELECT PRAY PSALM 109.

A clear and accurate picture of the animal that evolved as the human.

Maybe I'm being too sanguine, but I have a slight sense that perhaps the Pope's remarks may have triggered the beginning of the end of tolerance for the screaming rage and destructiveness of these hysterical Islamic creatures. Now the Muslim world may find itself taking on Catholics and Christians who, combined, may constitute a fairly substantial majority - capable of kicking major butt if needed.

Catholics and Christians and Eastern Orthodox. The Pope has made quite a few moves to restore good relations (and ultimately reunite) bring back unity between the Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox. The patriarch of the Orthodox church was one of the first religious leaders to defend what Papa Ratzi said. I think he's got a pretty good master plan going on.

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