Thursday, May 11, 2006

If Real Life Was A Cartoon - May 11

....Then I suspect today's cast of characters would look something like this:

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Elmer Fudd (minus the shooting accuracy).
George W. Bush: Homer Simpson. With nukes. D'oh!
Condi Rice: Tasmanian Devil ( rah ooh rah ugh!)
Jacques Chirac: Pepe le Pew (all the smell but none of the charm).
Stephen Harper: Tries to be Principal Skinner but is, in fact, Nelson (A-Ha!)
Donald Rumsfeld: Tries to be Nelson but is, in fact, Principal Skinner.
Pervez Mushharaf: Wile E. Coyote
Osama bin Laden: The Roadrunner
Pope Benedict XVI: Ned Flanders (c'mon, who else would I have picked?)
Tony Blair: Marvin the Martian
Silvio Berlusconi: Foghorn Leghorn
Angela Merkel: Bart Simpson
Kofi Annan: Chief Wiggum
and playing the most important role of all is....
Jesus Christ: Bugs Bunny (What's up Doc?)

OK, so I believe we are getting down to brass tacks concerning Iran. I mentioned yesterday that Iran's Thug-In-Chief sent President Bush a letter wrt the ongoing crisis. The conclusion of this letter is clear. In Islamic thinking, before there is war a Muslim must first ask the non-Muslim if he will join Islam. Should the non-Muslim refuse, then full preparations for jihad can begin. The Islamic version of extending an 'olive branch' if you will. Or if you prefer, submit or fight to the death. I choose to fight. Three links from worldnetdaily follow:
Iran Letter Precursor to War?
Final Warning from Iran's Islamist Rulers?
The Future Belongs to Islam - Hal Lindsey
(All are pretty useful. Just decided not to give each link it's own commentary.)

Just to show you how much smoke and mirrors this all is, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was in Jakarta, Indonesia calling Israel the 'evil empire'. Deny and project, deny and project. Typical.

That gas crisis in Gaza that I reported yesterday has come to an end. Expect to hear more stories like this in the future.

Well, well. It appears that the more digging you do in the Holy Land, the more the Bible is revealed as historically accurate. Naturally this causes all sorts of headaches for those mired in unbelief.

Environment Canada is predicting a dry, hot summer for 2006. Possible blackouts/brownouts as energy consumption goes waaaaay up.

I guess that's it for today. More to follow later.

Johnny Cash

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