Jewish World Review Jan. 24, 2006 / 24 Teves, 5766
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks won the right
on Sunday to meet in the Super Bowl in Detroit. The city has a
huge Arab population. Advertisers say that millions of Americans
will be listening in, about half of them to the game.
Israeli leaders on Sunday discussed the difficulty of a
military strike against Iran's recently re-opened nuclear research
laboratory. How deep underground is the Iranian nuclear facility?
The Ayatollah Khomeini can reach up and almost touch it.
Harry Belafonte likened Homeland Security to the Gestapo
Sunday a week after he called President Bush the world's greatest
terrorist. It's obvious what's going on here. Al Gore's joke
writers are selling the throwaways to Harry Belafonte.
Al Gore in a speech Thursday said President Bush wants to
establish a police state. He said the president broke the law and
should be impeached. The people who heard the speech described it
as the longest elevator ride they have ever taken.
The Gallup Poll said two-thirds of U.S. seniors cannot figure out the Medicare prescription drug plan. This is the great generation that cracked the German naval codes, unleashed atomic power, went to the moon and invented computers, but they don't know anything about drugs. This is how their kids fooled them all those years.
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