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Sunday, 4 February 2007

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Topic: The Challenge

   I only wrote this entry because I said I would give the President some advice from the last entry. Seeing, that it is that he doesn't know what to do about Iraq.

   My advice to him or should I say that what I would do if I were the President is, I'd issue a few warnings before I withdrew from Iraq. I'd turn the oil fields over in escrow to joint Saudi -  U. N. authority.  I'd warn Sryia and Iran to stay out of Iraqi affairs. I'd hold a speech telling the world that although winning the war was easy, that there is no way to change a peoples religion, If they as a people want to disregard their Prophets of old and they are all for transgressing the Lords Laws, then there's really nothing we can do to help them.

   In saying this to them, this will make them take a better look at what they are doing. It's not going to change prophecies any but it will take away some of there support. 

   If Bush withdraws the troops he can blame the Democrats for what happens and I do believe something does happen to make us angry. If he waits for the Democrats to do it, then they will blame him on top of losing the President slot to the Democrats he will probably go down in history as, well I don'[t know what but it can't be good..

   The thing is there is noway to really solve the problem. We attacked the wrong country. There's not going to be a solution, intill we get very, very angry.

    Why, why, why has this evil been released upon us? I'll tell you later if nothing comes up but you probably already know anyway.


Posted by The Elect at 1:24 PM CST
Updated: Wednesday, 7 February 2007 5:16 PM CST

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