"Unlike the first President Bush, who viewed himself as a neutral arbiter in the delicate politics of the Middle East, the current president sees his role through the prism of the fight against terrorism. This President Bush, unlike his father, also has deep roots in the evangelical Christian community, a staunchly pro-Israeli component of his conservative Republican base."In other words, W doesn't want to be "left behind" and would welcome the arrival of Armageddonn. The support of Israel by the evangelicals is the most cynical, disingenuous display of dogmatic fatalism since Constantine!
Wednesday, August 02, 2006
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