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Beyond Belief!
  I just saw an amazing news report on CNN. Some Palestinian guy decided to go on a rampage in a bulldozer down a busy street in Jerusalem crashing into cars, knocking down busses and killing people! He killed a mother who was in a car with her baby. I believe he killed and wounded others. The showed the baby, now an orphan, taken out of the car while horns blared and sirens groaned.

An Israeli official said the man was a terrorist, but the gist of the news report was not about how sad and horrible this rampage was, but whether or not it was correct to call the man a terrorist! The reporters were saying, "I don't see how this official can know whether or not this man was a terrorist. There has been no investigation to see if he is linked to any terrorist organizations, and we don't know as yet why he did this."


Are these people insane? Why did he do this? Because he wanted to kill and terrorize people! Is that not enough to make you a terrorist!

"Hmmm... what shall I do today? I know, I'll go on a rampage with a bulldozer and kill and terrorize people. Gee, I just hope they don't call me a terrorist."

As Bob Grant used to say, "It's sick out there and getting sicker!"
  Author: Von Cello
Eintrag from 02.07.2008
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