Saturday, April 01, 2006
This guy's a freaking riot. So he also lied about the location of mountains in the background. That mountain is not, contrary to Mr. Kaloogian's website, Mount Ararat, where Noah's Ark is said to have landed after the flood. That photograph wasn't taken in Armenia, at all. It was taken in Mr. Kaloogian's home state of California.
Apparently, the geographically challenged Republican was trying to ingratiate himself to the Christian right. How better to do it that to show him standing right where Noah's Ark ran aground? But that would mean that Mr. Kaloogian would actually have to go to Armenia. And I guess that would be a little too much work.