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Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Ann Colter, vindicated. Kinda.

"Let's invade their countries, kill all their leaders and convert them to Christianity."

I got this from Mark Shea. "Wow" is about all I can say, too. (That and "Now if only they were Catholics...").

Posted by Kathy Shaidle on October 26, 2004 | Permalink


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Tracked on 2004-10-26 1:40:13 PM


Wheat doesn't harvest itself. If Catholics want them, Catholics should do what the Baptists and Methodists did here in the 1800's. Go out and get them.

Posted by: Christopher Johnson | 2004-10-26 12:13:13 PM

Actually, the Catholics were in Southeast Asia long ago. Jesuit missioaries arrived there in the 1500s, and more than 130,000 Vietnamese Catholics, and dozens of foreign missionaries, were martyred in Vietnam over the 17th, 18th, and 19th century. About 10% of the Vietnamese people are Catholic even today. For some reason, the missions were less successful in Cambodia. If the evangelicals are succeeding (and admittedly, the Catholic Church isn't what it once was in terms of missionary zeal), then good on them.

Posted by: John | 2004-10-26 1:11:30 PM

I hear ya. They were ours to lose.

Posted by: Kathy Shaidle | 2004-10-26 2:34:31 PM

Vindicated again?

William F. Buckley asks, "Why not fight a war for oil?"

Posted by: Kathy | 2004-10-26 7:02:41 PM

Why not go to war for another countries oil?

Because it's not yours? Didn't the 10 Commandments have something to do with not stealing?

Posted by: Red Ensigns for Zundel | 2004-10-27 4:46:36 AM

Hey Red, your hard hat's on too tight!

Posted by: Kathy Shaidle | 2004-10-27 7:01:28 AM

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