Sunday, November 20, 2005

The rest of China's 9 gazillion citizens can, presumably, go Cheney themselves

On Sunday morning, [President Bush] underscored his concerns about China's crackdown on religion by attending a service at the Gangwashi Church, one of the few state-approved and state-monitored congregations in the country. That visit was a highly symbolic one: His huge motorcade--more than 50 cars--took him to the church, off an alley near Tiananmen Square. He took part in a traditional Protestant service and signed the guest book with the words, "May God bless the Christians of China." --The New York Times

3 comments:

fanatic cook said...

Wow. I read that Christians make up only 3%-4% of their pop. That's an extraordinary slap in the face.

Jay Jordan said...
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Jay Jordan said...

hey, at least he didn't write "and visit a thousand plagues of the pig and bird flu on the rest of these heathern bastards..."

ok, he may have thought it, but at least he didn't write it...