And they want Sundin to apologize? |

And they want Sundin to apologize?

Dear Editor,

Lemme see, is this right? These Arab guys living in caves wanted to overthrow some Arab governments so they could take charge – benefits include a supply of 47-year-old virgins. (Not my first choice but I hadn’t been holed up in a cave). Anyway, for prestige, new members and money, they sent their guys to the United States to take lessons flying large airplanes – publicly stating they don’t need to learn take-offs or landings, which escaped our intelligence guys’ notice – lots of things escape their notice.

Then these Arab guys commandeered planes, flew them into the Trade Center Buildings, got a lot of notice and our president vowed to get them. But our intelligence guys can’t find the guys from the caves.

So our president says he knows another guy who has bad weapons and it’s only a matter of time `til he gives them to the Arab guys. So our guys attack (helping his ratings) and win. But now they gotta stay. Our intelligence guys can’t find the top guy and his guys continue shooting our guys.

Our local really religious guys like this, since if Arab and Jewish guys really get into a fight, it might lead to global war and the second coming, where only really religious guys would be rapturously saved (better than 47-year-old virgins in my book.)

Until then, local really religious guys want Citizen Sundin to apologize for questioning their motives. Seems right to me.

Michael Weinstein

Glenwood Springs

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