"That's why the D.C. region's Mongolian community would like to see a statue erected of Genghis Khan."
This ain't Mongolia. If you pine for it so, freaking leave.
Multi-culturalism at it's finest.
posted on 10/03/2006 11:18:15 AM PDT
(Evil is an exact science)
Too true. What the hell does GK have to do with modern Washington DC?
If you want a statue so bad, pick a former leader of the Mong Community and put one up, or make a statue of a horse or something.
Ghengis Khan is the individual most responsible for bringing the Dark Ages to a close and for re-establishing world trade.
His value to humanity is enormous.
posted on 10/03/2006 11:23:54 AM PDT
There's a statue of him above his grave. They can make a pilgrimage to it if they'd like!
posted on 10/03/2006 11:26:12 AM PDT
(Get back to work -- millions of people on welfare are counting on you!)
That's the wrong attitude. I been to Mongolia and found the country to be more pro-US than any other place in the world. Just think of an american presence in a country sandwiched between Russia and China.
>"That's why the D.C. region's Mongolian community would like to see a statue erected of Genghis Khan."
> This ain't Mongolia. If you pine for it so, freaking leave.
Question: if you saw someone suggest erecting a statue of, say, Jesus Christ, would you demand that they hightail it back to Judea?
posted on 10/03/2006 11:32:49 AM PDT
(I'm interested in science and preventing its corruption, so here I am.)
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