Neato, stuff about Billy Graham ( "religious" [really does need quotes] leader never took a position that could be considered principled) and Richard Nixon (president, doesn't look half bad now that we've had Bush II ) talking on the telephone to one another.
Nixon, who really didn't go to war with that many more countries than any other post war president, shows what he thinks of (some?) Jews and Graham just kind of goes along for the ride. Of course that really isn't that unusual for Graham.
I've thought for quite awhile that Graham, who simply refused to take any position (as far as I can tell) on integration/desegregation which was without a doubt the one major moral issue before this country during the 50s and early 60s and yet he is still considered by the media and our leaders as a .........well religious leader is a sad and pathetic excuse for one. And I'm not talking here about Vietnam and if he should or shouldn't have opposed that war.
Of course, that is what passes for a religious leader in this country still (let's see who gave the prayers for our current Nixon?). Can't get the money if you rock the boat. Comfort the comfortable and afflict the afflicted, I'm sure it says somewhere in the White American Protestant Bible available at your White American Protestant Christian Bookstore beside the proof that Obama is not a citizen a more proof that socialized medicine will destroy us all.