Presidents usher in Armageddon
Bush fundamentally changed the world by bringing democracy to the Middle East. Obama follows his lead and now takes the Bush plan into Libya.
As democracy spreads across the Middle East, along with riots and destruction and monarchies tumbling, we are seeing a political shift that makes Bush the envy of all those previous nobody presidents who could not make a dent in the civilizing of Muslim nations. Democracy is spreading throughout the Muslim world like a wildfire.
Hail Bush? Right. I guess the theory goes like this:
• The despotic kings of the Islamic nations have held down the free will of their people and forced them to threaten and kill people of ALL OTHER RELIGIONS.
• Bush, and now Obama , France, and England join the fight in Libya for democracy intent on setting free a billion peace-loving people, who believe in exterminating ALL OTHER RELIGIONS. WHY? To experience the joys of democracy.
• Evidently, by freeing peace-loving people who believe in EXTERMINATING ALL OTHER RELIGIONS and giving them a vote, they will now be better. So Bush and Obama encourage them to revolt with looting, pillaging, and extermination of their own leaders, that they will somehow come to their senses and will become tolerant of liberals, Jews, Christians, progressives, and perverts in the western societies.
• One big happy world.
• Bush/Obama become the master architects of the millennium, instead of the bumbling puppets we thought they were ? I did not realize how being given the VOTE could make people that believe in exterminating ALL OTHER RELIGIONS so peaceful. Perhaps I have missed the point.
A recent poll of Egyptians from the Pew Research Center said that they wanted more Islam in government, and while 59 percent wanted democracy, 84 percent said that apostates should face the death penalty.
So, on the other hand, maybe Bush and Obama were meant to usher in Armageddon. Maybe that is their purpose in life.
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