Monday, March 06, 2006

Ghandi Shrine purified after Bush visit

It appears that after Bush visited the Hindu shrine to Mahatma Ghandi the Hindu Priests who maintain the shrine felt it necessary to purify the shrine with holy water from the Ganges. Of course, the Associated Press writers claim it was because of the sniffer dogs used by Bush's security to check for bombs, but we know that is just an excuse used by western writers who wouldn't be able to get their story published if it admitted that the Priests were purifying the shrine after Bush visited.

I wonder if those Hindu Priests work on contract? We'll need them to purify the White House when Bush leaves there, also.


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