Wednesday, February 22, 2006

God takes a break

God apparently wasn't looking when the Iraq War came down. Maybe taking a break from Bush's constant questions about why trees change their colors from season to season, and why the moon doesn't actually have a large man on it. It's hard being a God communicating directly with the US president.

Check out this zaniness for more on the contours of the new pathology. It's the new black!
William Tierney, the former United Nations weapons inspector who unveiled the so-called “Saddam Tapes” at a conference in Arlington, Virginia, Saturday, told National Review Online that God directed him to weapons sites in Iraq and that his belief in the importance of one particular site was strengthened when a friend told him that she had a vision of the site in a dream.

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