President Bush's much-decried war against terror and terrorists has saved Eden. The former residence of Adam and Eve is being restored by water redirected from the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers after decades of conscious destruction by the Ba'athist thugocracy:
Return of the water had an immediate effect on the people whom the war had freed. They are fishing again from boats that had not floated for years. Water seems to hold the promise of reviving an old way of life. One young man, looking into the muddy brown stream, told a New York Times reporter in April, "It is like looking into the face of God."
No word on whether Cain's descendants will claim the "right of return" to their former "homeland" from which they were expelled by the Great Imperialist God of Zion. But wait a minute. That would be everyone. From one guy. And wait another minute. How did that happen, anyway?
But of course the Christian Science Monitor, represented by a former CBS sneerer, Richard C. Hottelet, cannot stand to say anything good about our Christian president, so they throw in this gratuitous slap at the end:
Meeting this need will demand the farsighted, imaginative, persuasive diplomacy that the United States, having propelled itself into Iraq, has not shown for years.That doesn't even make any sense. "having propelled itself (and what exactly does THAT mean?)into Iraq" doesn't go with "has not shown for years". Yegads, these liberals can't even express their bankrupt ideas in clear sentences. Hottelet must have left CBS for senility.