Links: USA Today | AP | CNN | Bible Verse |November 27 (Day 331, Evil King): In a surprise visit, President Bush became the first US President to visit Iraq. President Bush aboard Air Force One landed at Baghdad International Airport at 5:31 PM (9:31 AM EST) with lights out. Bush walked into a hangar where about 600 members of the 1st Armored Division and the 82nd Airborne Division had gathered for a Thanksgiving ceremony. When they saw the President, they went wild.
President Bush left Crawford, Texas last night at 7:25 PM CST. He flew to Washington, DC to pick up aides, switched planes, and flew all night to Baghdad. He stayed in Baghdad about 2.5 hours before leaving about 8:00 PM. The trip was heralded the evening before by vapor trails in the west at Sunset over central Florida.
The photo of the Bible verse, Psalm 107:21-22, features a corrected translation. The cook for the Army's 1st Brigade of the 1st Armored Division apparently has studied under a competent pastor.
Today, the image of a weather elephant stretched from New York to Louisiana and resembled an airplane. A large weather elephant was over the Pacific northwest. An elephant represents a demon Commander, such as Baal.
Links: | Weather |Typhoon Lupit is east of the Philippines in the Pacific with 140 knot winds. The image of the typhoon appeared as a horse today. Lupit (LOO-PEET) is the Philippine word for cruel or vicious.
Today, President Bush flew to Baghdad to visit the troops on Thanksgiving. He arrived at 5:31 PM. It was an act of leadership and courage, both of which are in short supply these days. When a leader demonstrates courage, it motivates troops to fight. And when civilians criticize the leader of an army, they are endangering the lives of soldiers. The cloud formation that stretched from New York to Louisiana resembled the President's plane. Typhoon Lupit in the Pacific resembled a horse, the symbol of a male phallic reversionist and war.
The Space Station was hit by space junk yesterday morning at 2:59 AM EST, where 59 stands for Simeon, which corresponds to Louisiana. NASA Administrator, Sean O'Keefe, is from Louisiana. And last night the tornadoes hit Louisiana.
It was November 27th, for a horn.