Tuesday, January 04, 2005

Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right

Okay, raise your hand. How many of you think Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has lost his mind? Or, come under some kind of spell or something.

Don't get me started.

The media has it all wrong. Are you surprised?

And the U.S. is complicit in this mad scheme to take land from the Jews and give it over to those behind the Palestinians! Whose idea was this, anyway?

Is anybody paying attention?? This will never work! It will only make things worse.

I've come to the conclusion that there is no way to compromise yourself out of a bad situation. The only thing that will work is to start doing the right thing (a novel plan) and do as much of it as you can for as long as you can.

Don't quit. And even when you are outnumbered and out-yelled and outmaneuvered in the press, hold your ground. It is literally better to go down down fighting than to try to make a deal with the devil.

There. I said it.

Two wrongs will never make a right, but mark my words: RIGHT MAKES MIGHT. And right will win out in the end.

I advise you to make sure you are on the side of "right."

That's important.

And when the Almighty looks down and judges between us, he will NOT blame the Israelis who have done far more right than wrong through the years. He will blame those of us who let the terrorism go on and didn't support Israel against the terrorists.

Now would be a good time to make sure you are on the side of "right" and start petitioning President George W. Bush not to compromise either.

That's very important.

Contact the Whitehouse
Thank you.

You will at least be able to say you tried.

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