"He ventured forth to bring light to the world. The anointed one . . . "
(Click here to enjoy this recounting of the how he"child," the "one we had been waiting for," came as a "blessing upon us all" (sarcasm) [scroll up, if necessary].
Read it on August 28, 2008, when the "chosen one" will be anointed and crowned by the adoring throng. ("King of the Universe?" (blasphemy!] or "A Sad Reminder of What This Country Has Become.")
DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION 2008
Program for August 28, 2008
(the moment the world has been waiting for [you think?])
The theme for the day is “Change You Can Believe In.”
Barack Obama will accept the nomination in a speech at INVESCO Field at Mile High on the 45th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. He will be joined by Former Vice President Al Gore.
And once he is in power, the annointed one, peace shall reign all over the Earth. Halleluyah! Halleluyah! Halleluyah!
Read it here: http://auntygravity.blogspot.com/2008/07/gerard-baker-times-online-july-25-2008.html#links
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