Several prominent persons have responded to the piece message to the Christian world that was issued by Israeli President Motze Katsav on this December 25th, 2007. The President has declared a new resolve for a global piece.
"In coming years", the President said, the Israeli government will be seek more piece. It will be more aggressive in seeking a greater piece of Palestine and Lebanon, a greater piece of profits from armaments for perpetual war in the Middle East and so forth.
President Bush received the message cordially, stating that Christians and Jews are all part of the brotherhood of man and so forth and noting that the Bush family had no objection Israeli territorial expansion or financial involvement with the armaments industry, so long as they kept their hands off of the family's oil interests in the middle east. Vice President Cheney was busy hunting friends and was unavailable for comment.
In a lighter note, the president is under indictment for rape. Apparently he was a little adamant in proposing to several women that they receive his private piece. Former President Clinton was asked if he thought rape was becoming behavior for the President of any nation but he appeared to not understand the question and responded only by giggling and saying, "Oh that Motze's a card, isn't he."
The Reverend Mr. Pat Robertson paused from campaigning for Rudy Guiliani's Christian crusade to continue Middle East wars on Islam, to applaud President Katsav's piece message and opined that if Mr. Katsav were an American he should get a 501(c)(3) tax exempt status for spreading the Christian gospel of piece. The Carpenter from Galilee remains crucified but a spokes person close to the slain Savior urged the faithful to be ware of false prophets who come in sheep's clothing but are really ravening wolves.
The ghost of Malcolm X, American spokes person for the nation of Islam said, "Don't brake their laws. Don't ever brake their laws cause you'll never get any justice in their courts. But if they try to stop you from voting, they're breaking the law so take 'em off the planet. Thomas Jefferson agreed, saying to X, "Right on, Bro".
Article Reprinted from Orwellia Press