Archive for June 24th, 2006

Saddam Believes America Will Reinstate Him As Pres. of Iraq

Saturday, June 24th, 2006

It is difficult to type when you are laughing as hard as I am right now. It seems that Saddam Insane believes that America will want him reinstated as President of Iraq in order to “get us out of the mess we are in over there”. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, Saddam, but I dont believe that you will be President of anything again. (Well, maybe President of Death Row or the Hangman Society).

Saddam Hussein believes the Americans may reinstall him as president of Iraq, the NEW YORK TIMES is planning to report on Sunday, newsroom sources tell the DRUDGE REPORT.

Saddam Hussein has no illusions, his chief lawyer says. As he sits in his prison cell reading the Quran and writing poetry, he knows the inevitable is coming — a death sentence handed down by the Iraqi court trying him for crimes against humanity.

Yet Saddam refuses to submit to the fate that awaits him, Khalil al-Dulaimi, said, for he believes there is a way out:

President Bush will use the court’s sentence as leverage to try to persuade Saddam to tamp down the insurgency, he said, so desperate are the Americans to stanch their losses.

In his madness, Saddam believes the Americans might even reinstall him as president of Iraq!

“He’ll be the last resort; they’ll knock on his door,” al-Dulaimi said. “The United States will use this sentence to pressure Saddam to save it from its mess.”

Pastor “Roughed-Up” for Evangelizing at Mall

Saturday, June 24th, 2006

We seem to be hearing alot of this type of thing lately. A youth pastor in Sacramento faced charges for witnessing to people one-on-one at a local mall. So, now it is against the law to speak to people? If this is the case then I want those people who are trying to sell me a vacation to be arrested. This particular type of discrimination is more evidence that the return of Christ is close at hand. I expect that this will become a daily occurence and the charges will become more and more severe. It might just be that we in America will get a taste of what those in India and other non-Christian nations have had to suffer for years. I hope I am wrong, but I believe things are gonna get really bad for those of us who try to spread the Gospel.

Charges were dropped against a Sacramento-area youth pastor who was arrested while sharing his Christian faith one-on-one with shoppers at a mall.

Matthew Snatchko, who regularly takes a small group of youth from his church to the Galleria Mall in Roseville, Calif., said he was interrupted by a security guard May 8 while in the middle of a conversation.

Pointing out no one has ever complained of his activities at the mall, Snatchko told WND the guard demanded he leave because he was “walking around and talking to people.”

The pastor, 23, said he “kind of laughed,” insisting he wasn’t doing anything wrong, because “everyone else was walking around and talking as well.”

A second security guard then joined the encounter and informed Snatchko he was being placed under citizen’s arrest for “trespassing.” The pastor says he agreed to leave peacefully, but, instead, the guards grabbed him, roughly shoved him against a storefront window and handcuffed him tightly enough to draw blood. Snatchko later was taken to the police station where he was booked on charges of battery and trespassing.

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