Hannity and Robertson examine a nice piece of veal
"Welcome back to the second hour of the Sean Hannity radio show, where we need your support more than ever. Three hours a day is what we ask, and you can have the weekends off. If you've just joined us, we've been talking to one of my favorite people, televangelist Pat Robertson. Our topic today is the latest outrage in Israel, where the minister of tourism has reneged on a deal with Pat to build an amusement park in Galilee."
"Those Jews are plenty mean spirited, aren't they Pat? I mean, I like the way they always act like they're the ones who are being persecuted, and here you have an example where they just set out to destroy your dream of an amusement park because, well, that's part of their agenda."
"Sean, I've got to take exception to some of what you are saying here. What I was planning was a project called the Heritage Center, and it would have been a very inspirational biblical theme park, not at all like an amusement park."
"So basically what you're saying is - no rides."
"I wouldn't go that far, Sean... We might have a few."
"More inspirational rides, perhaps. Because you were going to call it Jesusland, and it just sounded to me like it had the potential to be a whole lot of fun."
"That was just the London Times that called it Jesusland. That's the liberal press for you, always twisting things around in an effort to make people of faith look foolish. But as you said, it would have been a lot of fun, Sean, as well as fulfilling a real need."
"And that need would have been?"
"The establishment of an entertainment zone within the Holy land."
"Well, I'm all for it. And you know what else? You're absolutely correct about the left wing media, and how they twist things in an unflattering light. Tell me what you think about this report from today's New York Times."
"That's a perfect example. I tell you what, Sean. I'm not the least little bit amused that the New York Times would stoop to calling me senile. I still have it going on, if you know what I mean, and I think that you do."
"Fifty million dollars, though. That's some chunk of change."
"Yes, that arrogant Abraham Hirchson, and his accursed ministry of tourism. Well, I guess if the Lord wants to smite him there's nothing much we can do about it. You know, sometimes it seems to me like everyone is an authority on scripture these days."
"Isn't that the truth."
"Yes it is, Sean. Those words came from this mouth that the Lord gave me. There are no foolish words, only foolish ears."
"Amen to that, brother, and thanks for joining us. Coming up, President Bush signs a bill today aimed at combating human trafficking. We'll have Dick Morris here to explain why some in the liberal media oppose the legislation. Stay tuned."
©2006, Mark Hoback