It took me awhile to figure that one out! Jesus stated that the stars in the sky were infinite.
George Bush contradicted that with his divine right interpretation of prosperity, "One Thousand Points of Light."
Why not say the exact number of cities in the United States as your number of points of light? He is using factors? And that is in the same mathematic reference or terminology and infinite?
Maybe it doesn't make any sense at all. Maybe I am reading too much into it. But when he first said it how many decades ago I just thought it was odd, nebulous or arbitrary. And perhaps he really didn't know as much about religion as I do? He didn't know that Jesus said that the stars were infinite? If you assume that he had to of then he is putting himself in the same naming/defining capacity as Jesus? It just bothered me, "1000 points of light." It is something that one say's and then needs to explain better? Why 1000? Perhaps after their agenda is done there will only be 1000 cities left on earth? Now that seems to be the direction they take us in.
Perhaps it was just a failed attempt at being poetic?
Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 01 06 2016 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinews.blogspot.com