The senator has a reputation for presenting information that is liberally biased, since I am a conservative I question his assertions. That being the case I researched the Wahhabi and it's relationship to Saudi Arabia. According to http://www.al-islami.com/islam/truth_about_wahhabism.php
they claim that the Saudi government does not support this group. With equal skepticism I question their assertions. Since both of them present opposite cases I do not believe either one. Senator Levin very often uses Anti-American rhetoric and promotes socialist positions. The Saudis often use Anti-American rhetoric and promote an Islmaic theocracy. Best advice disregard both positions.
To: nicodemus born of spirit
Dash and all get out! What a fine mess your late arriving reply has caught me in. My mistake ... but to your point, what kind of balance weighs five drops of blood equal to five quarts of oil? Since both are five in number, are they equal?
They charge us fairly for a barrel of oil, but we are slack to charge them for the piles of blood their culture of hatred left on the sidewalks below the WTC in the mid-morning of Eleven September.
posted on 10/02/2002 8:19:07 PM PDT
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