AttyTood: The No. 1 book on right now is "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" -- no big surprise there. Of course, Hogwarts ha
May 17, 2007


The No. 1 book on right now is "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" -- no big surprise there. Of course, Hogwarts had nothing on the real-world deathly hallows sought by the thousands of "Christian"-Americans who are currently buying the No. 2 book on the list, ahead of Christopher Hitchens and Walter Isaacson and even John Grogan and his adorable deceased dog.

It's called: "The Final Move Beyond Iraq: The Final Solution While the World Sleeps," by Michael D. Evans. The "O" in "MOVE" has a very un-Christian set of crosshairs in the middle.

New York Times best-selling author Evans calls on a slumbering church to stand against evil in The Final Move Beyond Iraq, the latest of his works about the volatile Middle East. Evans also challenges America to act decisively in 2007 because, he believes, Iran will soon reach the point of no return in its nuclear program. A political conservative who has served as personal confidant to many of Israel's top leaders, Evans declares that President George W. Bush was right to invade Iraq and that having a base for democracy in the region is essential. However, the author is more worried about Iran, which he sees as the current financier and exporter of Islamofascism, a form of radical Islam that seeks global domination. Rather than simply getting Iraq to police itself, Evans believes, the priority of the war should be on defeating Iran's nuclear plans. Evans urges the church to wake up and pray like the prophet Daniel did in the 21 days that brought deliverance to his people. Political conservatives will find Evans to be an ally and staunch advocate of the war on terror.

Is this a great country or what?

Cernig over at The Agonist finds some very familiar names beating the war drums against Iran...Remind me again, how did their similar predictions for Iraq turn out? Despite mea culpas for not scrutinizing the propaganda encouraging the invasion of Iraq, the press seems to not have learned that lesson for Iran and are repeating White House talking points, even if they aren't true.

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