Posted by: Objective Scrutator | September 1, 2008

Sarah Palin Brings Atheist Daily Kos To Its Knees

McCain’s VP choice, Sarah Palin, suddenly made me want to vote for him, as long as the LORD smites him while he’s in office. She’s consistently conservative on all the issues, and if she’s good enough for The Forerunner, she’s good enough for me. The Forerunner agrees with me that McCain must be smitten, as well, so I’m obviously not alone in my viewpoints. The only thing that worries me is if I will be drawn into temptation to masturbate and fornicate by her charming, stunning looks. For those of you that doubt her good looks, you may venture here if you so dare. (The LORD is making my computer fail to copy an image of her for usage on this website, so this must mean something. If you aren’t married, do NOT follow that link!) However, I think that working to ban pornography, including obscene images of Mrs. Palin, should ensure that I do not fall for the lies of false erections.

Of course, Leftists have been spreading rumors about Mrs. Palin’s family, but we can obviously see that this is a knee jerk reaction to an earlier Daily Kos post that portrayed Sarah as one of “dem EEEVUL Chrystans!”:

The big news, obviously, in the blogosphere today is John McCain’s surprise pick for the Republican veep nominee–a relative unknown by the name of Sarah Palin, whom–at least in the more conventional political circles–would appear to be a complete cypher.

Unfortunately, if one digs just a bit deeper, Palin is found to have some very interesting–and very disturbing–connections…among them, being potentially the first Assemblies-linked VP candidate and having a number of links to dominionist groups targeting kids via “bait and switch” evangelism.

Assemblies of God is a mainstream church, with over 57 million adherents worldwide, and is even smart enough to use Presbyterian polity. If this is the best you cheese-eating surrender monkeys can come up with to keep Palin in office, I think we’re going to have a good year.

There are quite a number of extremely troubling links between Sarah Palin and neopentecostal dominionists–enough that, in truth, she may be ultimately as much of a “dream candidate” for the dominionist movement as Mike Huckabee was. Even worse, she’s running in a manner that has been frighteningly successful for dominionist groups since the early 80′s–specifically, as a “stealth candidate”.

Umm… isn’t there an article in the Constitution that says, “No religious test shall be required for office”? Of course, it’s not like liberals obey anything unless it tells them to steal from the rich, give to the poor, and fornicate with them both, so we shouldn’t be surprised that they prefer to disobey the Constitution. According to a liberal, you have to be either an atheist or a Scientologist in order to run for office. If our religion wants to overturn certain parts of the Constitution, the Constitution permits that, as well.

The first link in and of itself is a doozy–and one of the most damning indeed. No less than the official newsletter of the Assemblies of God of Alaska promotes her proudly as one of the denomination’s own, and she was actually feted at an official function of the Assemblies’ Alaska District as recently as this year:

The opening night banquet of the 2008 Alaska District Council was honored to have Governor Sarah Palin address the delegates and guests. Governor Palin spoke of her appreciation for the Assemblies of God and requested that the Council pray for both her and the State of Alaska. Superintendent Ted Boatsman, who was Palin’s junior high pastor at Wasilla Assembly of God, along with Pastor Mike Rose of Juneau Christian Center, where Palin presently attends church when in Juneau, laid hands on the Governor and led the Council in prayer.

Palin, who was elected Governor in 2007, is Alaska’s youngest governor and the first female governor of the state. She just recently gave birth to her fifth child, Trig. Palin spoke of the faith challenge she faced when learning that Trig would be a Downs Syndrome child. However, she and her husband, Todd, believe that every child is a gift of God, deserving of life, and that God was asking them to accept His will for their lives. The Alaska District Council believes that the State of Alaska is blessed to have a woman of faith and courage as Governor.

You morons just gave me another reason to vote for McCain/Palin, or rather, Palin. For all Iraq Hussein Osama’s efforts to win over evangelicals, he’s remarkably stupid when it actually comes to getting a church’s approval. It’s clear to me that Palin is authentic and would work for change, rather than merely make stupid, lovey-dovey ‘speeches’ to satisfy our thirst for blood.

A look at the home website of Palin’s church tends to be revealing. Among other things, a particular Assemblies buzzword associated frequently with Hillsong A/G and New Zealand Assemblies churches shows up (“Destiny”, here, is a buzzword for “Joel’s Army”, and is being preferred even as the phrase “Joel’s Army” is getting enough negative spin that even the Assemblies is now having to do some rather massive spin control); cell churches are promoted (of the same sort that are linked to short-term and longterm psychological damage and are among the most coercive tactics ever documented in spiritually abusive groups). The church, like a number of other large Assemblies churches, is the center of a dominionist broadcast TV center whose programming is carried across multiple channels in Alaska.

In a trend that has been recently documented by no less than Southern Poverty Law Center (in its recent report on the Joel’s Army movement), the church operates a Seven Project-esque targeted recruitment campaign aiming at teens (this is common across the Assemblies and across “Joel’s Army” groups in general; fully a third of the documented national-level front groups operated by the Assemblies target teens).

And…believe you me, Palin’s church is definitely “Joel’s Army”.

So, it’s okay for Iraq Hussein Osama to be in a racist, American-hating church, but it’s not okay for Palin to be in a church that merely wants to work for postmillenialism? You liberals sure are funny when it comes to which churches to condemn. Besides, it’s clear that you worship at the feet of the Southern Poverty Law Center, a moonbat organization that tries to lump in all evangelical Christians as Klansmen and Nazis. It should come as no surprise that the majority of Americans are going to laugh you off. In addition, there is far more evidence of the religions of atheism, evolution, Heliocentrism, and global warming being a coersive cult than there is Joel’s Army.

Mike Rose, pastor of Juneau Christian Center (Palin’s church), is noted to be connected with the “Third Wave Movement”–a movement in neopente dominionist circles that is the major theological home of “Joel’s Army”. In fact, he’s quite closely connected with Rodney Howard-Browne, a major (in fact, for some years, the major promoter) of “Third Wave” neopente dominionism, and actively promotes this insanity in his church:

1. Mike Rose

Mike is an AOG pastor in the largest city in Alaska, who had Rodney Howard-Browne minister in his church four years ago. At that time, they had a congregation of 200, but over the last 4 years, they have seen it grow to 600 in a community of 35,000.

The format that Mike uses is one which gives a balanced approach to church life, allowing for worship and the Word, ministry to the unsaved as well as impartation of the Holy Spirit.

To do this, he has followed a fairly traditional Sunday morning worship service with worship, communion and preaching of the Word, as well as all the other activities which occur in our morning services, such as dedications and so on.

If there are two or three people who are perhaps crying or laughing uncontrollably, the ushers will gently lead them into the prayer room where they can continue to enjoy the presence of Jesus without affecting those around them.

However, he is also open to the possible occasions when the Holy Spirit will just sweep over the service and the majority of the people will be either laughing, crying or worshipping at one time.

His Sunday evening service generally lasts for three to four hours, compared to the morning one of around two hours. At the conclusion of the evening evangelistic endeavour, people are invited to open up their hearts and hunger for a fresh touch of the Spirit. It was during these times that the powerful manifestations will take place and, having observed what has been happening in our Adelaide meetings over the last few weeks, these times have a great similarity to the old time Pentecostal camp meeting or tarrying services where people received a fresh touch of God.

Mike encourages his people to hunger and has taught them along that line. He helped them to understand and develop a new sensitivity to the ways of the Holy Spirit. His observations were:
* You cannot sustain a move of the Spirit without hunger. * Corrections need to be made from time to time. * Don’t just get fascinated by the move of God, but rather keep your eyes on Jesus. * Mission giving and outreach evangelism should be a prominent part of this move and the churches which don’t reach out soon dry up.

He encourages us not to hype it up and that there needs to be a continual emphasis on holiness and that only qualified people should lay hands on those who have come for prayer.

Mike is also an adviser on Rodney Howard-Browne’s Revival Ministries committee, along with three or four other AOG pastors in the USA. He informed me that he had sat in over 110 of Rodney’s meetings and been impressed by the lack of pressure and hype, but by the powerful anointing of the Spirit which accompanies this young man.

You’d be hard pressed to find a church that is more eager to instill the spirit of the LORD into its congregations than Juneau Christian Center’s. Liberals, of course, cringe every moment they hear Christians enthusiastically worship the LORD, and instead want to force Americans to pay homage to Xenu. Ever since Bill Clinton kissed Xenu’s ass, the church has agreed to attempt to force liberalism on the rest of America. Those who do not go to four hour long sermons and hunger will be forced to become a Scientologist.

As to why Howard-Browne’s involvement is distressing–well, this previous article should give some pointers, but suffice it to say that another notable church he’s had close connections with is the very church I am a walkaway from–hence how I know some of this up close and personal.

Some of the fun includes literal imprecatory prayers and curses against critics and literally accusing critics even within pentecostal circles of literal blasphemy against the Holy Spirit:

Rodney Howard-Browne gave this ‘prophesy’ last year at New Life Center: ‘Do not compromise. For if you compromise, you shall not only lose the anointing that I placed upon you, you shall lose your life.’” [T.A. McMahon, "Experience-Driven Spirituality," The Berean Call, May 1995, page 4]
. . .
“I’m telling your right now,” [Rodney Howard-Browne] hissed, “you’ll drop dead if you prohibit what God is doing!” Dramatically he gestured toward the crowd [at Melodyland Christian Center, Anaheim, CA, 1/17/95] and warned them
that those like me, who would dare to question that what he was doing was of God, had committed the unpardonable sin and would not be forgiven in this world or the next.” [Hank Hanegraaf, "Counterfeit Revival" (1997), page 22]

When the spirit of the LORD moves about, you are not supposed to question it, or the pastor that made it so. Refusal to accept the Spirit of the LORD moving about should be punished by state execution. Prayer against others is not forbidden by the Bible whatsoever, and is, in fact, necessary for our faith to survive the atheist cabals.

Palin’s links to “Feminists” For Life, a deceptive anti-abortion group

As if the Assemblies links weren’t enough (and between this diary and the stuff that has been reported re John Ashcroft–much less George W. Bush’s consistent support for Assemblies frontgroups–that should be a pretty big damn danger sign right there!), there’s still more to indicate Sarah Palin may have been put in as a “stealth dominionist”.

Among other things, Palin explicitly promoted “teach the controversy” by calling for the misnamed “creation science” to be taught in public schools (as now well documented in Kitzmiller vs. Dover School District, it’s known that “creation science” is nothing more and nothing less than a method of putting young-earth creationism in public schools).

So Bush supports this church. Big deal. What, are you liberals upset that he doesn’t want to abolish all forms of Christianity other than the Metropolitan Community Church, and instead caters to AoG? In addition, I think that Palin’s experience with evolutionists has led her to make an intelligent conclusion about science in general, and evolution in particular. In addition, she lives in Alaska, and she still has to wear a jacket in July. Gee, must be evidence for global warming! Keep your ideologies out of my schools, you liberal morons.

It also appears that Sarah Palin is a member of a misnamed group called Feminists for Life. FFL in fact engages in “cultural appropriation” of women’s suffrage icons to promote a very woman-unfriendly agenda that–despite attempts to sound “not like those crazies in Operation Rescue”–would not only criminalise abortion but the IUD and hormonal birth control methods, and potentially everything outside the rhythm method (the term “abortifacient birth control” is a codephrase in the dominionist “pro-life” community for hormonal birth control–partly due to a unique urban legend claiming “the pill” and other hormonal birth control causes abortion and partly because of a unique definition of pregnancy beginning at conception rather than at implantation (the latter is what most mainstream OB/GYNs use) and thus making anything preventing implantation potentially “abortifacient”).

FFL promotes such fun bogosities as “post-abortion syndrome” (the idea that having an abortion will inevitably lead to PTSD and insanity), and promotes mandatory waiting periods and misinformation guidelines that can be insurmountable for poor or rural women–even those forced to make the most heartbreaking choice because of a nonviable pregnancy. In fact, one of their biggest causes isn’t feminist at all–they actively promote the idea that the best choice for women is to stay home as fulltime mothers, and it can be well argued that the only traditionally feminist viewpoint they really support is women’s suffrage!

One of the big things FFL promotes is deceptive “pregnancy counseling centers”–where pregnant teens are forced to essentially listen to an altar call on how “abortionists want to murder their children” whilst a pee-stick test clears–and if she tests “yes”, she gets a hard-sell to keep the child or to check herself into a dominionist-run “halfway house for teenage moms” where she will ultimately be forced to sign her kid over. (Yes, there is an entire private adoption industry in the dominionist community–mostly focusing on adopting out the infants of poor teenage mothers who have been forced to give their kids up and who have been either scared into it or checked into such facilities by their parents.)

Ironically, FFL itself is rather a “stealth” organisation in and of itself–yes, even the dominionists admit this. Interestingly, despite their claims of being more “moderate” than most anti-abortion groups, very few real solutions are offered on how they intend to fund such things (which can be boiled down to “CHOOSE TO BREED”).

Feminists for Life is one of the few organizations that doesn’t actually subscribe to the blather that in order to be free, women must be forced into abortion clinics, and have their children killed. It recognizes that women ought to tend to the home as they have always done, and if they don’t want to have kids, they should keep their vaginas closed, and stop acting like sluts. In fact, FFL has a few liberal leanings that must be eliminated, such as their support for the blasphemous rhythm method. For the children who do not know what the ‘rhythm method’ is, it is simply fornication at times when conception is less likely. Of course, the only permissible reason for fornication is conception. In addition, abortion has been proven to cause breast cancer, and ANY method that keeps teenage girls from choosing abortion should be advocated as a good solution. Even if we have to lock promiscuous female teenagers in isolation until they can learn to be a decent human being, it shall be done.

Palin’s linkages don’t stop there. In Kaylene Johnson’s book Sarah: How a Hockey Mom Turned Alaska’s Political Establishment Upside Down (2008, Epicenter Press) it’s mentioned that Palin was head of the local Fellowship of Christian Athletes branch in her school–up to and including leading team prayers.

It is helpful to know a bit of FCA’s past history to know why this is a matter of concern. FCA is, in fact, a known frontgroup of the coercive dominionist group Campus Crusade for Christ–yes, the selfsame Campus Crusade that has such close links to the Assemblies of God that it can be described as a “conjoined twin” of the Assemblies and the same one documented as having links to an ever-widening prosyletisation scandal in our Armed Forces. FCA also gets quite a lot of cash from de facto Assemblies funding-front Hobby Lobby–a chain, of note, that has bailed out a neopente university and has even funded paramilitary “Joel’s Army” groups targeting teens.

The links between FCA and a particular Hobby Lobby frontgroup, Bearing Fruit Communications, are particularly close. At least one member of Bearing Fruit’s board of directors (T. Ray Grandstaff) is a former Senior VP for Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Campus Crusade for Christ merely wants to save souls, and you liberals blast them for this? Palin merely wants to extend this crusade towards recruiting young athletes as warriors of Christ. Athletes have been shown to be consistently pro-Jesus, pro-strength, anti-atheism, anti-science, and pro-America. Logically, they would be recruits that would do more than just go to heaven; they would force others to go to heaven, as well. Liberals, of course, want as many people as possible to serve the legions of Satan, but no sane person is going to agree with them.

Regarding FCA itself, the group has been linked to dominionism in numerous ways; they are well known for “bait and switch” evangelism (in fact, they and Athletes in Action are among the two groups most frequently banned from public school campuses due to bait-and-switch “altar calls” marketed as anti-drug talks to the school administration). More info here. (Such tactics are a favourite of dominionist groups explicitly targeting youth.) It’s also well known (and, apparently, explicitly by design) that Fellowship of Christian Athletes rather aggressively “dominionist-ises” any team they are let into (this tends to be bad even within the NFL, but even more so within FCA groups run in colleges and high schools).

Of particular note, FCA has close links with the US Air Force Academy religious coercion controversies (and is but one of multiple Campus Crusade frontgroups documented by Military Religious Freedom Foundation as involved in military religious coercion scandals), and the ACLU has had to fight them since the 60′s because of religious coercion (in particular, Jewish people tend to be targeted, according to the anti-cult group Rick Ross Foundation); in addition, it is explicitly supported by dominionist groups, and explicitly partners with other dominionist groups targeting youth (including Chi Alpha (an Assemblies of God frontgroup), Campus Crusade for Christ, and even scarier groups like “See You At The Pole” (infamous for, among other things, nailing people’s names to crosses and “praying” over them to essentially curse people in the name of Christ to convert or suffer) and Council for National Policy).

Well, the liberals seem to particularly hate me, since I am a member of Council for National Policy. At any rate, this part is nothing but a hatred of the mission work FCA does for the Air Force, the NFL, and other sports groups. The fact that the ACLU has had to fight FCA since the 60s automatically puts them in a good light for me, and it sounds like the FCA is successful until the liberals come to town. One thing I’ve never contemplated before, however, is the group, “See You At The Pole”. I think that they have a really good idea to make others come to Christ. I’m going to try it next Sunday! Sports are one of the few areas in popular culture that still welcomes Christians, and the fact that the liberal savages want to kick us out of it shows that they hate Christians, and by extension, America.

As expected, many if not most of the dominionist groups in the US have given explicit approval for Palin on her anti-abortion bona-fides alone–including Concerned Women for America, Focus on the Family, and a pack of the more extreme dominionist anti-abortion groups.

I’m not the only one to have noticed the rather extensive dominionist bona-fides–Pastor Dan over on Street Prophets has noted this as well. Frederick Clarkson over on Talk to Action has also noted salutations from two other dominionist leaders–one being Kenneth Blackwell, who was the “dream candidate” of neopente dominionists in his home state (fortunately, he lost the gubernatorial election).

Chip Berlet has also noted on Talk to Action a further endorsement from Eagle Forum–the oldest dominionist political group aside from “The Family” and the Assemblies-linked FGBMFI.

In addition, it would seem she may well have quite a bit of approval from dominionists in general–that is, if the barometer of the Texas GOP Convention is to be believed. (The Texas GOP is one of the most thoroughly steeplejacked GOP conventions in the US; many of the official party platforms are indistinguishable from Constitution Party platforms.) The Houston Chronicle reports:

“It’s a slam dunk. I think that people who are concerned about ‘How conservative is Mr. McCain’ are now going to say, ‘If he can make a choice of Sarah Palin, then he can be trusted with our conservative ideals,’ ” said delegate Cathie Adams, Republican National Committeewoman-elect and president of the Texas Eagle Forum.
. . .
“I always thought he needed to pick a woman,” said Harris County Clerk Beverly Kaufman, former president of the Texas Federation of Republican Women. “I think Hillary Clinton’s campaign stimulated a lot of interest among women voters, and I think this is going to hit a chord.”

But Kaufman added: “I look forward to learning more about her.” She also noted that Palin is considered to be against abortion rights, and McCain “thought he needed to satisfy that wing of the party.”

Here’s hoping this article starts shining a little bit of light on the subject–the last thing we need a literal heartbeat away from the Presidency is a ninja dominionist.

Anyone that can earn the approval of Phyllis Schlafly and the Texas GOP (the platform of which can be found HERE) is a winner in my book. Anyone that can win the support of Focus on the Family and Concerned Women of America is a winner in my book. Anyone that can earn the wrath of Christian hating Frederick Clarkson is not only a winner in my book, but deserves to be put into a heavenly hall of fame. Finally, anyone that makes the Kostards piss their pants is a winner in my book.

May the LORD cause McCain/Palin to win the White House in 2008, and then smite the godless McCain in favor of Palin. Amen.

UPDATE: If you have an issue with the picture, go take it up with Sadly, No!. They’re the ones who photoshopped it, not me. [Although I haven't got any complaints yet, I probably will...]

UPDATE II: Fredrick Clarkson himself mentions my blog, (it’s also on Daily Kos) and discusses me. I am humbled by your mention, yet make no mistake about it: The LORD has made it clear that He opposes those that dare to denigrate His ideal society. Christ Himself said, in Matthew 5:17 Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. Obviously, since Paul abolishes most of the ceremonial laws in the New Testament, we are left with the moral laws, including their penalties. For a greater study on the Bible and its change, I direct you HERE.

Update III: Apparently, people are too stupid to read the updates and where I got the picture. Read Update I, you morons. Also, that’s Palin in the picture. Take it up with the left-wing Sadly, No (which is linked to in Update I), because that picture was photoshopped by them. It’s no wonder that mainstream America views liberals as tinfoil hat wearing retards. In a way, I feel sorry for them.


Responses

  1. well, its all good, cuz we all know McCain is old enough that he’ll die in the white house anyways…

  2. DAILY KOS HATES AMERICXA AND SHOULD BE THROWEN OFF A CILIFF INT O A RFAGING RIVER WHERE IT CAN DROWN DIE PUTOS!

  3. Talk about “signs, wonders, and miracles;” First, Obamma the Antichrist struts in front of the masses with his wicked promises to suck our lifeblood dry by taxing the elite 5% of wealth leaders. Immediately following, John McCain, who God was obviously beaten out of in Viet Nam, makes a choice for vice president that even he seems surpised at. Obviously God was working through him without his knowledge. Now, God is working hard to populate our country with children and grandchildren of this beautiful godly woman, Sara Palin, who had her last child on an airplane, so she could be closer to God, I think, although he may have cursed her due to it turning out retarded, but now she gets a do-over. And so does our dear George Bush, with this hurricane hitting New Orleans. He has done so much to spread Christianity, I knew God would give him a chance to beat the devil in New Orleans, where he is so very strong.

  4. “well, its all good, cuz we all know McCain is old enough that he’ll die in the white house anyways…”

    Basically, every Republican pulling the lever for him is hoping that he’ll croak and turn over the Presidency for Palin. Of course, that means we might have to deal with that temptress Nancy Pelosi, but I’m willing to risk letting her in the White House, since I know Mrs. Palin won’t croak while in the White House. She’s given too much childbirth to do so.

    “Talk about “signs, wonders, and miracles;” First, Obamma the Antichrist struts in front of the masses with his wicked promises to suck our lifeblood dry by taxing the elite 5% of wealth leaders.”

    This would be a disaster. If anyone should pay taxes, it should be the lazy, unsuccessful people, not the successful, blessed people.

    “Immediately following, John McCain, who God was obviously beaten out of in Viet Nam, makes a choice for vice president that even he seems surpised at. Obviously God was working through him without his knowledge.”

    The Lord’s will be done. I take back anything vituperative I may have said about McCain since early 2007.

    “Now, God is working hard to populate our country with children and grandchildren of this beautiful godly woman, Sara Palin, who had her last child on an airplane, so she could be closer to God, I think, although he may have cursed her due to it turning out retarded, but now she gets a do-over.”

    Even that weirdo from ‘Meet the Press’ is admitting that Mrs. Palin having her baby on the airplane was ‘cool’. Nothing can be more honorable for a woman then being a baby factory. My wife and I have had thirteen, but stopped when our last kid was born on June 5, 2006, out of fear that we may spawn a demon.

    “And so does our dear George Bush, with this hurricane hitting New Orleans. He has done so much to spread Christianity, I knew God would give him a chance to beat the devil in New Orleans, where he is so very strong.”

    No. President Bush is not responsible for Hurricane Katrina, and neither is God. I wrote about this in the Michael Moore post, but I’m suspecting that he may have crapped his tuna into the ocean twice, now. The Democrats hate poor people; if poor people were to disappear, the Democrats would, too. Michael Moore is just doing his part as a loyal jester for Beelzebub and his human hosts, Nancy Pelosi and Barbara Boxer.

  5. As long as people like Nancy Pelosi are spawning, and their spawn are spawning, we must support Sarah Palin and her family, and say imprecatory prayers against her in-laws.
    I do think God allowed satan to cause the hurricane; for one thing, not all the evil has left New Orleans (sort of like how we had to bomb Japan twice,) and for another, He wanted the Republican governor to demonstrate his strength against the hurricane and also of his prayers as a converted heathen, which weakened the storm in a way that the previous governor couldn’t have done if she tried, which I’m sure she didn’t.

  6. “As long as people like Nancy Pelosi are spawning, and their spawn are spawning, we must support Sarah Palin and her family, and say imprecatory prayers against her in-laws.”

    God’s will be done.


    I do think God allowed satan to cause the hurricane; for one thing, not all the evil has left New Orleans (sort of like how we had to bomb Japan twice,) and for another, He wanted the Republican governor to demonstrate his strength against the hurricane and also of his prayers as a converted heathen, which weakened the storm in a way that the previous governor couldn’t have done if she tried, which I’m sure she didn’t.”

    I think you have a point. God allows Satan to strike the South and Midwest with natural disasters because He wants those areas purified. I have a hard time believing that Ba’al and Michael Moore were not behind the hurricane as well, though. Unfortunately, Bobby Jindal isn’t a Dominionist, to the best of my knowledge, which explains why the hurricane may still delay the RNC.

  7. OK…You people are obviously insane. I may be a Buddhist, but didn’t Jesus tell you guys to love thy neighbour.

  8. “OK…You people are obviously insane. I may be a Buddhist, but didn’t Jesus tell you guys to love thy neighbour.”

    Next time, please quote the section that you wish to address, like how I did you. I’m thinking you’re referring to the comments, so I’ll bite:

    Jesus told us to love our neighbor, but hate the evil inside them. Sometimes, if the evil inside them is so great, our neighbor will have to be stoned. We do each stoning with sadness for the individual, but with brighter hopes for the community.

  9. Does Daily Kos ever post anything that hasn’t been through a pancreas? I mean, seriously, they all sound like bed-wetters.

    Mildred, I think that we may never know whether God intended Hurricane Katrina to smite the poor people, or if Democrats and Satan caused it. I think we need to have a public prayer, led by Mr. Jindal, before we come to a conclusion over this.

  10. Sarah Palin is a disgrace as a mother. You people are out of your minds if you think she can be an effective president when she can’t even guide her own family!!. She is eager to leave her special needs child and her pregnant 17yo daughter to run the country?

    Just because this woman is a “Christian” and against abortion under any circumstances, that does not mean she can run the USA!

    Romeny was ignored as VP pick because he isn’t the “right kind” of Christian?

    Yeah right — what did you say about no religious test for office?!

    Everyone I know is laughing at us!!!
    This has to be a joke.

    Chelsea Clinton is better suited to be President than Palin! Hell, I’ve got more education, I spent 10 years as an Air Force Officer, AND when I became pregnant with a special needs child 20 years ago, I put my family first and quit my demanding county job to raise my family.

    Now my kids are in college, neither of them got pregnant while they were in High school, and I have done an excellent job as a mother.

    Sarah Palin is, in my judgement, highly immoral to do this to her family. And McCain is an adulterer who is married to a rich $lutty adulterer.

    What happened to Republican value?

  11. Sherry, congratulations on enforcing your children’s abstinence. How I wish I’d guarded my own purity with the fervor that you guarded theirs.
    However, it’s clear that God has chosen Sarah Palin to lead our coutry in the path of righteousness, and when you think about it, who else could have done it? Certainly not Chelsea Clinton, who I understand is a prostitute, and a Democrat besides. Ms. Palin has already vouched for her children’s ability to raise each other, and I’m sure they’ll do fine. Simmer down.
    I couldn’t agree more about the RINO sin-lover, McCain and his concubine-wife though.

  12. “Does Daily Kos ever post anything that hasn’t been through a pancreas? I mean, seriously, they all sound like bed-wetters.”

    They all hate America. Kos himself is a Nazi.

    “Sarah Palin is a disgrace as a mother. You people are out of your minds if you think she can be an effective president when she can’t even guide her own family!!. She is eager to leave her special needs child and her pregnant 17yo daughter to run the country?”

    Just because she has work to do as a mother doesn’t mean that she can’t lead our country. Although I think that women should generally tend to the home, we’re in a time of crisis. We need the best leader possible that will save us from Mexico, the Middle East, and the atheists.

    “Just because this woman is a “Christian” and against abortion under any circumstances, that does not mean she can run the USA!”

    Those are prerequisites for being President, though.

    “Romeny was ignored as VP pick because he isn’t the “right kind” of Christian?”

    No, he was ignored because he held socially liberal positions while running for Senate against Ted Kennedy. He was still quite liberal in that regard, as well. McCain is considered to be inadequately conservative on social issues, so they brought on Palin. His morality is horrible, too; he wants to legalize polygamy.

    “Yeah right — what did you say about no religious test for office?!”

    It doesn’t exist. I wouldn’t want to see a Wahabbianist in office.

    “Everyone I know is laughing at us!!!
    This has to be a joke.”

    The RNC knows how to get out the vote, Sherry. We’ve won every election since 1968, unless there was an interference with our party (Watergate, Ross Perot).

    “Chelsea Clinton is better suited to be President than Palin! Hell, I’ve got more education, I spent 10 years as an Air Force Officer, AND when I became pregnant with a special needs child 20 years ago, I put my family first and quit my demanding county job to raise my family.”

    Umm… you have more qualifications to be President than Chelsea Clinton, who was accurately described by Rush Limbaugh as a ‘dog’. Why are you wording this in such an awkward manner?

    “Now my kids are in college, neither of them got pregnant while they were in High school, and I have done an excellent job as a mother.”

    Good for you. Now get back to the topic.

    “Sarah Palin is, in my judgement, highly immoral to do this to her family. And McCain is an adulterer who is married to a rich $lutty adulterer.”

    There are tactical reasons for allowing McCain; we’ll get Independents to vote him into office. The LORD shall surely smite him when he enters office, so we’ll have Palin as President. As for Palin’s family, she will be sure to take care of them. If she can’t multitask, the Presidency is for her husband.

    “What happened to Republican value?”

    Good question. Why are all these RINOs in our party?

  13. If God wants Sarah Palin to be president, he surely has a heck of a sense of humor.

    I’ve been a registered Republican since I turned 21 — that’s 35 years. Now I am ASHAMED! I can’t support Palin under any circumstances.

    If this thread is an example of Republican values today then there is no place in this country for my family and I. My family fought in every war including the Revolutionary war. We were looking for freedom when we left Scotland at the swords of the English. There will be a revolution here, or we will go elsewhere.

    Remember, God helps those who help themselves. I do not believe God would choose someone like Palin who is making our country the laughing stock of the planet! Just take a look at the editorial pages of newspapers throughout the world. Like I told my kids, only those with a bad reputation think a good reputation is not important.

  14. Sherry, you wouldn’t just happen to be a Democrat pretending to be a Republican, would you?

    I’m a Republican and I couldn’t be prouder of my party.

    Great blog!!!

  15. Sarah Palin: Neocon Barbie.

  16. “Romeny was ignored as VP pick because he isn’t the “right kind” of Christian?”
    He wanted to rewrite the Constitution to fit the Bible. No, I don’t think he was the “right kind” of Christian.

    “What happened to Republican value?”
    You tell me, you seem to come from a long line of them.

    “We’ve won every election since 1968, unless there was an interference with our party (Watergate, Ross Perot).”
    It’s not interference if it’s your own damn fault.

  17. “If God wants Sarah Palin to be president, he surely has a heck of a sense of humor.”

    God does not have a sense of humor, and neither do I.

    “I’ve been a registered Republican since I turned 21 — that’s 35 years. Now I am ASHAMED! I can’t support Palin under any circumstances.”

    I admire that you registered in 1973. It takes a bold person to see that Watergate was a GOOD thing.

    “If this thread is an example of Republican values today then there is no place in this country for my family and I. My family fought in every war including the Revolutionary war. We were looking for freedom when we left Scotland at the swords of the English. There will be a revolution here, or we will go elsewhere.”

    There’s no need for revolution. We Christians have everything under control. It’s a good thing you left Scotland, though.

    “Remember, God helps those who help themselves.”

    Yes! That is correct.

    “I do not believe God would choose someone like Palin who is making our country the laughing stock of the planet! Just take a look at the editorial pages of newspapers throughout the world. Like I told my kids, only those with a bad reputation think a good reputation is not important.”

    Newspapers are liberal, Sherry. Free yourself from Old Media bias!

    “Sherry, you wouldn’t just happen to be a Democrat pretending to be a Republican, would you?

    I’m a Republican and I couldn’t be prouder of my party.

    Great blog!!!”

    Thank you! Keep coming back, but most importantly, vote for McCain/Palin!

    “Sarah Palin: Neocon Barbie.”

    Wow. I think you’ve just given a perfect reason for why Mrs. Palin shouldn’t be able to run. Brilliant, brilliant insight.

    “He wanted to rewrite the Constitution to fit the Bible. No, I don’t think he was the “right kind” of Christian.”

    That was Huckabee, EB. The best thing Romney said about religion was that “freedom requires religion”. Psycheout has done wonderful work on exposing him as the fraud he is.

    “You tell me, you seem to come from a long line of them.”

    Although this is addressed to Sherry, I think I ought to answer for her. Nothing has happened to Republican value; in fact, we’re more moral than we’ve ever been. Reagan and Gingrich started the Republican revolution. Bush spread the revolution to the Middle East. Palin will bring the revolution to a close.

    “It’s not interference if it’s your own damn fault.”

    How is Ross Perot my fault? The media wrongly smeared Nixon for Watergate, anyways. There’s a reason why that Hippie Noam Chomsky keeps trying to label Nixon as ‘the last true liberal president’, and it’s because Chomsky wants to see Nixon as one of his own.

  18. “Sherry, congratulations on enforcing your children’s abstinence. How I wish I’d guarded my own purity with the fervor that you guarded theirs.”

    As long as you atone for your sins, like Jeff Gannon does, you should be fine.

    “However, it’s clear that God has chosen Sarah Palin to lead our coutry in the path of righteousness, and when you think about it, who else could have done it?”

    No one else could.

    “Certainly not Chelsea Clinton, who I understand is a prostitute, and a Democrat besides.”

    Sorry, but I have to stick with the traditional Dittohead assertion that she isn’t even human _ she’s a dog.

    “Ms. Palin has already vouched for her children’s ability to raise each other, and I’m sure they’ll do fine.”

    My main worry is that the 17 year old is going to have a baby. She already needs to take care of the rest of her family; why does she need another one? I thought Bill O Reilly covered this excellently tonight on Fox News. College is definitely off limits for her, that’s for sure.

    “Simmer down.”

    You embolden terrorists with that kind of talk, Sherry.

    “I couldn’t agree more about the RINO sin-lover, McCain and his concubine-wife though.”

    We vote for him, on the condition that his heart gives way.

    BTW, Mildred _ contact me at three_eyeballs_of_kholdstare@yahoo.com if you want to contribute here.

  19. “That was Huckabee, EB.”
    Whoops, my bad.

    “The media wrongly smeared Nixon for Watergate, anyways.”
    They smeared him for trying to cover it up. If he had confessed to it, the Watergate scandal would have never happened.

  20. “They smeared him for trying to cover it up. If he had confessed to it, the Watergate scandal would have never happened.”

    It’s depressing that the media insists on reporting anything and everything it can find. Once they cover an issue, you know they’re going to put a liberal spin on it.

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  22. “Once they cover an issue, you know they’re going to put a liberal spin on it.”
    People tried to wiretap an American office, and Nixon attempted to cover it up, then further hide his involvement. What’s there to spin? He messed up big time, and ruined the trust people put in the government.

  23. “through a pancreas?” Let me guess: a pro-life doctor. I really want to be examined by that guy.

    This is the kind of dialogue that makes us liberals very happy. It’s true–we do tend to assume that conservatives and christian zealots such as yourselves are stupid–often a mistake, and we regret it when we meet thoughtful, caring, well educated conservatives and christians. But then we come here, and have all of our prejudices confirmed. Because you people are so stupid I thought for a moment this site was a parody. You’re so stupid I have a burning sensation in the back of my throat just from reading this. From Ixion’s half-wit greek transliterated name, and all the business about false erections (holy crap, false erections…that IS a keeper!) and the endlessly entertaining rhetorical process (Imagine my surprise when my suspicions and hopes were confirmed–again! in fact, every time! It’s uncanny how right I am! Wow! I’m right again! I’m batting 1.000!)

    Take this snip–because Ixiot requires quotations or references or something. Mr. Evidence:

    “Kos is a Nazi.” a nazi? as in, National Socialism? What does that mean, exactly? Kos says–no doubt–stuff you don’t like. But in the same post, in the same breath, you go on about the Constitution…you do mean our Constitution, right? Does yours have that amendment part, all the rights? Just checking.

    So, just to be clear, I wholeheartedly endorse your plan to vote Constitution Party then hope McCain kicks off. It might even work, and a Palin presidency would be pretty entertaining. But mainly I hope it works because you and your crew would undoubtedly be so godswopped by the whole thing that you’d outdo yourselves in entertaining blogpostings and Calvinist mutterings and there would be false and true erections aiming off in every direction as you waited rapturously for further communication from above. That would be a ton of fun to watch.

    Waiting for the Lightning

    ps: Goldberg’s “cheese-eating surrender monkeys” was aimed at the French, so you stole it and used it improperly. But he’s even a bigger dope than you are, so it’s a fair cop.

    WL

  24. “In addition, there is far more evidence of the religions of atheism, evolution, Heliocentrism, and global warming being a coersive cult than there is Joel’s Army.”

    Seriously? You think Heliocentrism is a religion and a cult? There’s no way anyone can be this dumb.

  25. Wow, Dogemperor really hit a nerve with this one, didn’t he?

  26. REALLY? There is a CULT of helio-centrism? Seriously? You think all of us rational people have meetings where we worship the fact that our relatively common star, which through the well observed and tested laws of gravity, sits in the center of a solar system of smaller bodies that orbit around it?

    Are you really that sheltered and thickheaded, and brainwashed?

    You know, thanks to us rational people who understand physics, we have these things we like to call “telescopes”, and through use of these, and something we like to call “mathematics” we’ve been able to show, without a doubt, that we, and the other planets, orbit the sun, and not the other way around. Also, using things called “airplanes” (perhaps you’ve seen one?) we’ve been able to fly high enough to show that the earth is, infact, a sphere.

    MORON

  27. “Let me guess: a pro-life doctor. I really want to be examined by that guy. ”

    No. # 2 passes through the pancreas.

    “This is the kind of dialogue that makes us liberals very happy. It’s true–we do tend to assume that conservatives and christian zealots such as yourselves are stupid–often a mistake, and we regret it when we meet thoughtful, caring, well educated conservatives and christians. But then we come here, and have all of our prejudices confirmed.”

    Read the Bible sometime. You’ll see that we are serious about following it, more serious than those Hippies you’re mentioning.

    “Because you people are so stupid I thought for a moment this site was a parody. ”

    You thought wrong for a moment.

    “You’re so stupid I have a burning sensation in the back of my throat just from reading this.”

    Believe in God. The burning sensation will stop.

    “From Ixion’s half-wit greek transliterated name”

    I admire how he fought the rules of the Greek gods to the bitter end. He was the first to murder a loyal Zeus worshipper, and he tried to rescue Hera from her false idol. That, to me, is true rebellance against false gods.

    “Wow! I’m right again! I’m batting 1.000!)”

    Stop letting the pitcher hit you in the face with the ball, and maybe you’ll be able to see the light. Black eyes may make that harder.

    “Kos says–no doubt–stuff you don’t like. But in the same post, in the same breath, you go on about the Constitution…you do mean our Constitution, right? Does yours have that amendment part, all the rights? Just checking.”

    Kos is a Nazi. Bill O’ Reilly, and Kos himself, have proven it. He’s allowed swastikas on his website. As far as your Constitution babble, don’t be so vague on your points.

    “So, just to be clear, I wholeheartedly endorse your plan to vote Constitution Party then hope McCain kicks off. ”

    The Forerunner endorses that. I do not; I am voting for McCain-Palin. Please don’t put words in my mouth.

    “as you waited rapturously for further communication from above.”

    Look up ‘postmillenialism’. The Rapture is an affront to God’s creation.

    “Goldberg’s “cheese-eating surrender monkeys” was aimed at the French, so you stole it and used it improperly. But he’s even a bigger dope than you are, so it’s a fair cop.”

    Jonah’s smarter than I am, but I think it’s reasonable to apply the term to all liberals, since you all are so eager to surrender to the terrorists. It logically follows that you took lessons from the French.

    “You think Heliocentrism is a religion and a cult?”

    Look at how much it consumed Tycho Brahe. The man was literally obsessed with his work, and was cruel to every single person he encountered. It takes a deep hatred of God to be such a pathetic person. Galileo had to be protected for his own good, since he mocked the Church so much in his satirical lampoons. Copernicus was a poor priest. Heliocentrists hate God, they hate America, and they hate God’s gift to them.

    “Wow, Dogemperor really hit a nerve with this one, didn’t he?”

    Dogemperor hates America and Christianity. Look at all of his wacky posts; he can’t give America or Christianity praise for a single moment. He even claims that he’s ‘taking back faith’; how can you trust this charlatan?

    “REALLY? There is a CULT of helio-centrism? Seriously? You think all of us rational people have meetings where we worship the fact that our relatively common star, which through the well observed and tested laws of gravity, sits in the center of a solar system of smaller bodies that orbit around it? ”

    Yes.

    “Are you really that sheltered and thickheaded, and brainwashed? ”

    Me, brainwashed? YOU’RE the one that mindlessly accepts everything you learn from the secular humanist schools. How can you call me the brainwashed party, when I’m the dissenter? I bet you would have fornicated while Rome burned, wouldn’t you?

    “You know, thanks to us rational people who understand physics, we have these things we like to call “telescopes”, and through use of these, and something we like to call “mathematics” we’ve been able to show, without a doubt, that we, and the other planets, orbit the sun, and not the other way around.”

    Mathematics are only useful on a small scale, such as finances, or counting. Once you get into Euclidian Plane geometry, you start blaspheming against the Bible. I wrote a post about this a couple of months ago.

    “Also, using things called “airplanes” (perhaps you’ve seen one?) we’ve been able to fly high enough to show that the earth is, infact, a sphere.”

    I flew over the Atlantic once. I saw nothing but a level water plain. It sure seemed flat to me. Anyone who takes their data from Eratosthenes, a man who measured the distance between two cities by having a servant walk it, as well as using sticks to claim that the shadows are different, should be taken behind the barn and beaten to death with a dull axe for stupidity.

  28. Ixion _ you almost got mentioned by Pharyngula. If one of the leaders of the atheist movement can come this close into mentioning you, and pissing his pants as a result, you’ve got to admit that you’re at least a bit player in the class act of blogging.

  29. *Dogemperor hates America and Christianity. Look at all of his wacky posts; he can’t give America or Christianity praise for a single moment. He even claims that he’s ‘taking back faith’; how can you trust this charlatan?*

    Because he helped me out of a very bad situation and encouraged me to stand on my own two feet. I am a much better person because of his good heart and caring nature. That’s why I trust him. You, OTOH, seem to be a very poor example to follow or trust. You hate, you rave, you preach open prejudice, destruction, and all around nasty behavior. You use nothing but key words learned from various Christian Conservative talking memo and conspiracy scripts. It all falls out as meaningless gabber. Maybe you were blogging in tongues? That’s why I thought it was a parody at first.

  30. “I flew over the Atlantic once. I saw nothing but a level water plain. It sure seemed flat to me. Anyone who takes their data from Eratosthenes, a man who measured the distance between two cities by having a servant walk it, as well as using sticks to claim that the shadows are different, should be taken behind the barn and beaten to death with a dull axe for stupidity.”
    >It sure seemed flat to me.
    >should be taken behind the barn and beaten to death with a dull axe for stupidity.
    I’m seeing something of a contradiction here…

  31. You are so right! Kos is a bedwetter.

  32. “Ixion _ you almost got mentioned by Pharyngula.”

    He’s having enough trouble with the Catholics. The fight between him and Donohue seems to be coming to a close; a Catholic attempt to convert him would be doomed.

    “If one of the leaders of the atheist movement can come this close into mentioning you, and pissing his pants as a result, you’ve got to admit that you’re at least a bit player in the class act of blogging.”

    My main problem with that is that it brings more atheist liberals to my website. I want Christian conservatives as my audience, mostly. Liberals spend way too much time online, though, so it’s quite hard to avoid them.

    “Because he helped me out of a very bad situation and encouraged me to stand on my own two feet. I am a much better person because of his good heart and caring nature. That’s why I trust him.”

    No wonder people call liberals ‘sissies’. He doesn’t seem to be much more than a bookish professor, wasting his life on trifling matters. I used to have problems with my emotions, as well, when I was a Democrat.

    “You, OTOH, seem to be a very poor example to follow or trust. You hate, you rave, you preach open prejudice, destruction, and all around nasty behavior.”

    I love my enemies, but hate the evil inside them. You, on the other hand, seem to just hate Christian conservatives.

    “You use nothing but key words learned from various Christian Conservative talking memo and conspiracy scripts.”

    How is this a bad thing?

    “It all falls out as meaningless gabber.”

    It’s because you haven’t formed a relationship with Christ Jesus.

    “Maybe you were blogging in tongues?”

    I’m not a Charismatic or a Pentecostal. Mrs. Palin is, though.

    “That’s why I thought it was a parody at first.”

    It’s good to see that you’ve left that unsubstantiated claim.

    “I’m seeing something of a contradiction here…”

    No, you’re not. If you are, you’re seeing it in Eratosthenian Copernican Newtonian Lamarckan Darwinian Dawkinsian terms. Free your mind, EB!

    “You are so right! Kos is a bedwetter.”

    He is! BTW, I love the website. Thanks for exposing Teutonic music for the Satanism it is.

  33. we’re more moral than we’ve ever been. Reagan and Gingrich started the Republican revolution.

    Reagan and Gingrich were both adulterers! God may have worked through them anyway, but please don’t suggest they were moral! Reagen was the frst divorced president, and now its normal all over! And with Pali9n’s daughter, it will be normal for being a teenage mother! When its’ the liberals who do it we can still make sure people know its immoral but when conservatives do it then the liberals says it ok. We have to stop this and get back to real morals!

  34. I’m calling Poe’s Law on this.

  35. What to do What to do

    They are calling me a prig on Townhall.com because I think Palin is an immoral POS.

    Damn, I’m too moral to be a Republican now.
    Would it help if I admitted that I am an atheist?

    But I didn’t get invited to the Dems faith party either.

    What to do What to do

  36. “Feminists for Life is one of the few organizations that doesn’t actually subscribe to the blather that in order to be free, women must be forced into abortion clinics, and have their children killed…. Even if we have to lock promiscuous female teenagers in isolation until they can learn to be a decent human being, it shall be done.”

    You really don’t see anything silly about starting a paragraph with a statement about freedom, and ending it with a statement about LOCKING KIDS UP???

  37. Wow… this post now has at least 839 views, which is 500 more than the next in line, “Our Military Is Not Free Of Traitors”. I wonder what’s causing the Leftists to flock to my website? I didn’t think Clarkson was that popular of a writer…

    Remember, in times of crisis, you must vote for the best candidate. Who would you rather have in the White House: a member of the Alaskan Independent Party, or an atheist Islamist?

    “Reagan and Gingrich were both adulterers!”

    Why do you hate forgiveness?

    “God may have worked through them anyway, but please don’t suggest they were moral! ”

    The Christian God does not stumble or stutter. Working through degenerates is not something He would do. If you don’t repent these sins, you may tempt Hellfire.

    “Reagen was the frst divorced president, and now its normal all over! ”

    He divorced while he was a unionized Democrat. Since he’s converted, he gets to slide.

    “And with Pali9n’s daughter, it will be normal for being a teenage mother!”

    Her daughter isn’t running for political office, retard. I’m not sure if she is atoning for her sins or not; if she is, we spare her; if she doesn’t, we stone her.

    “When its’ the liberals who do it we can still make sure people know its immoral but when conservatives do it then the liberals says it ok. We have to stop this and get back to real morals!”

    Um… what? Liberals do not atone for their sins. That’s why conservatives view them as immoral.

    “I’m calling Poe’s Law on this.”

    Bad call. This website is legitimate.

    “They are calling me a prig on Townhall.com because I think Palin is an immoral POS.”

    Well, no wonder. You used profanity against a bona fide conservative. What do you expect them to do to you, kiss your ass?

    “Damn, I’m too moral to be a Republican now.
    Would it help if I admitted that I am an atheist?”

    You’re a deluded atheist? I may have not thought very highly of you before, Sherry, but now that this revelation has come to light, I think that we’ve made a conclusion that you’re the immoral one.

    “But I didn’t get invited to the Dems faith party either. ”

    Of course you didn’t. Only moonbat slanderers against Christianity are welcome. Atheists are a useless demographic, so why cater to their views?

    “What to do What to do”

    Go to church and vote for Palin. Pray for his death, too. You’ll figure it out from there.

    “You really don’t see anything silly about starting a paragraph with a statement about freedom, and ending it with a statement about LOCKING KIDS UP???”

    What’s so bad about this logic? Freedom only goes as far as the LORD allows it. If it’s not forbidden by the Bible, whether directly mentioned or hinted at, it should be legal. Promiscuity is one of the few freedoms a person should not have.

  38. Ixtapi: #2–I think you mean “fecal matter”– does not pass through the pancreas. The pancreas is an endocrine and exocrine gland–that is, it excretes sciency stuff into the gut. It is a simple fact that nothing “passes through it” in the digestive sense.

    Unless you dispute the most basic notions of medicine, or believe that the Lord will rearrange the human physiology to make your statement valid, you’re going to have to absorb that one.

    BTW, the pancreas is powerful evidence for evolution. Just an amuse bouche.

    You are wrong on other levels. The photograph you’ve posted–despite your whiny, unchristian disclaimers–is despicable and, by your own lights is sinful on several counts. It alone identifies you as a person with a small soul, in addition to the other infirmities described above. I am not in favor of government intrusion into personal freedoms, and I support expression no matter how dimwittedly nasty, but in your case I hope the Secret Service kicks down your door (no doubt catching you in some humiliating pederastical pose) and hauls you to Guantanamo, trailing a fog of whiny denials. I do not plan to vote for John McCain, but I respect him as an American of integrity and devotion. I consider George Bush a retarded chimp, but he is our retarded chimp, and I can’t help but accord the man the respect of his office. Dang it. I had a good civics teacher in 11th grade. This complex ambiguity is the essence of being American. You lack that essence.

    If Jesus came back tomorrow, he’d kick your ass.

    The bible cannot be used as evidence for the validity or truth of the bible. God’s word cannot be used as evidence for the existence of god. Even God recognizes those as circular arguments. Even the the pope (or your dumbass pastor, or whatever religious thinker you claim as your lodestar–even John Calvin himself, that hypocrite buggerer)–even those people recognize some rules of order in conversation. By any basic rhetoric your words here are persuasive of only one point: you are socially insane.

    But oh so entertaining. I’m glad your blog traffic has spiked on this post, and that you were almost mentioned (that’s hysterical, by the way) on Pharyngula. I hope some morsel of this has entered your skull. Because:

    You and I share a nation. Wonder of wonders. We would probably get along in person. But you’re wrong. Kos isn’t a nazi. Obama is a loyal American who will make a good President; so is McCain, for that matter, though I hope not. George Bush was a bad, bad president, perhaps the worst ever.

    I feel so much better. Sorry I dumped my pancreas all over your blog.

    salud

    WTL

  39. “Ixtapi: #2–I think you mean “fecal matter”– does not pass through the pancreas. The pancreas is an endocrine and exocrine gland–that is, it excretes sciency stuff into the gut. It is a simple fact that nothing “passes through it” in the digestive sense.”

    Everything works differently for you shapeshifter liberals.

    “Unless you dispute the most basic notions of medicine, or believe that the Lord will rearrange the human physiology to make your statement valid, you’re going to have to absorb that one.”

    God can do anything.

    “BTW, the pancreas is powerful evidence for evolution. Just an amuse bouche. ”

    You’re one of the morons that says that hamburgers are evidence of evolution, aren’t you?

    “The photograph you’ve posted–despite your whiny, unchristian disclaimers–is despicable and, by your own lights is sinful on several counts.”

    Ixion has a valid reason for taking a picture from a moonbat website. Go take it up with them; they’re the ones that photoshopped it.

    “I am not in favor of government intrusion into personal freedoms, and I support expression no matter how dimwittedly nasty, but in your case I hope the Secret Service kicks down your door (no doubt catching you in some humiliating pederastical pose) and hauls you to Guantanamo, trailing a fog of whiny denials”

    Hypocrite. Also, it’s ‘pederastic’.

    “I consider George Bush a retarded chimp, but he is our retarded chimp, and I can’t help but accord the man the respect of his office.”

    You are praying for his death. Admit it, you tinfoil hat wearing retard.

    “If Jesus came back tomorrow, he’d kick your ass.”

    You’re not a Christian. What would you know?

    “The bible cannot be used as evidence for the validity or truth of the bible. God’s word cannot be used as evidence for the existence of god.”

    Yes, they can.

    “Even God recognizes those as circular arguments.”

    You’re an atheist. What are you talking about?

    “By any basic rhetoric your words here are persuasive of only one point: you are socially insane.”

    We are Bible-believing Christians. You’re the one that doesn’t believe in it. You can thank Christianity for that nice computer you have, under our capitalist system. Oh, wait: you hate Christianity because you’re dirt poor, and have to access the public library’s computers.

    “But oh so entertaining. I’m glad your blog traffic has spiked on this post, and that you were almost mentioned (that’s hysterical, by the way) on Pharyngula.”

    Ixion didn’t sound too happy about getting traffic. I think it’s a good idea, though. We can save more souls!

    “ou and I share a nation. Wonder of wonders. We would probably get along in person. But you’re wrong. Kos isn’t a nazi. Obama is a loyal American who will make a good President; so is McCain, for that matter, though I hope not. George Bush was a bad, bad president, perhaps the worst ever.”

    You don’t believe anything you’re saying, do you?

    “I feel so much better. Sorry I dumped my pancreas all over your blog.”

    Ixion isn’t going to be happy…

  40. Oh, I was sooo joking with my prior comment. I think there’s no doubt your demonstrating Poe’s law (and I love the denials–don’t ever break character!). The real question is which of the commentors here are for real–how many of them actually buy into your brilliant gag? (And who will, consequently, think I’m wrong.)

    If there is a god, I’m sure he has a sense of humor and is rofling all over this.

  41. “Wow… this post now has at least 839 views, which is 500 more than the next in line, “Our Military Is Not Free Of Traitors”. I wonder what’s causing the Leftists to flock to my website?” – Some idiot

    Let me save the two brain cells you have left so you can use them for something other than “wondering” about views.

    You’re being held up as shining example of what people mean when they say “dumb, uneducated christians”. You’re being laughed at all over the net. I guess you made it to the big time, just not the way you wanted to…haha.

  42. “dumb, uneducated christians” is right.

    My personal favorite line was “In addition, abortion has been proven to cause breast cancer.”

    Let me just say, I sincerely plan on showing this article to as many people as possible.

  43. “Let me save the two brain cells you have left so you can use them for something other than “wondering” about views.”

    Oh, I know that some moonbat websites linked to me. I caught Daily Kos and Frederick Clarkson, but there could be more. I just want to know which ones link to me.

    “You’re being held up as shining example of what people mean when they say “dumb, uneducated christians”. You’re being laughed at all over the net. I guess you made it to the big time, just not the way you wanted to…haha.”

    In some ways, it’s a good thing. I want every liberal that comes here, unless they are a spammer, to post here, so that right-wingers can see them for the lunatics they are.

    ““dumb, uneducated christians” is right.”

    Are you calling yourself a dumb, uneducated Christian? Don’t let yourself be stereotyped by the Politically Correct culture, BIC! (I like how you refer to yourself in the plural form, though. That’ll give the liberals a good scare!)

    “My personal favorite line was “In addition, abortion has been proven to cause breast cancer.””

    I know. It’s a proven fact, and no matter how hard liberals try, they can’t refute it.

    “Let me just say, I sincerely plan on showing this article to as many people as possible.”

    I’m really rather indifferent to how many people read this blog, unless they’re conservatives. More liberals would be both a good and a bad thing.

  44. “and I love the denials–don’t ever break character!”

    You can’t win with the Leftists, can you? This is the exact kind of circular logic that made me realize that liberalism is nothing more than a pipe dream.

    ‘Waiting for the lightning’, however, sounds like a spammer. Since her absence would prove to every moonbat here that there is a God, she’ll be posting knee-jerk blather for a long, long while. However, I think I should just let you post. You’re quite good at showing how paranoid the Daily Kostards are. Thanks for the help!

    “Oh, I was sooo joking with my prior comment”

    You’ve completed your slide into apostasy and irrelevance. I will pray for you, but I fear that you may have been predestined to burn in Hellfire.

    “The real question is which of the commentors here are for real–how many of them actually buy into your brilliant gag?”

    Just so you know, I personally know three of my conservative commentators (there’s one other, but he hasn’t been on since June). The others all sound like very sincere Christian Americans, too. I find it rather despicable that you slander people that aren’t even running this website or talking to you. How do you feel that you’ve mocked an 18 year old college kid (that’s Pokey, for the ignorant here) at Regent University?

    “If there is a god, I’m sure he has a sense of humor and is rofling all over this.”

    God doesn’t have a sense of humor. Read the Bible.

  45. [...] comes cowardly fanatic “Ixion” who writes in his blog: McCain’s VP choice, Sarah Palin, suddenly made me want to vote for him, as long as the LORD [...]

  46. Ixiom, die. Please, die soon. Like, before the election. But, before you do, mercifully take as many Calvinists as you can to Heaven with you.

    Admin: Serious question: Does your mother tie your shoes?

  47. “Ixiom, die. Please, die soon. Like, before the election. But, before you do, mercifully take as many Calvinists as you can to Heaven with you.”

    This comment had profanity in it, and I had to remove it, since this is a family-friendly website. Even so, it does not leave out the fact that your intellect is about on the level of a playground bully’s. Until I became a conservative Christian, mine was, too.

  48. [...] what was it that caught my attention? It was this post on Sarah Palin: Umm… isn’t there an article in the Constitution that says, “No religious test shall be [...]

  49. Each and every one of you have fallen victim to the liberal LIES that women are created equal! Anyone who votes for this painted Jezebel named Palin will burn in the fiery pits off hell!! If you would never listen to the lies of the lesbian cabal of today (Pelosi, Hillary, etc) why would you ever fall victim to the feminist LIES from lesbians like Susan B. Anthony and her hyper-liberal lesbian minions.

    Be warned all of you supposedly true and righteous conservatives – Sarah Palin is simply a temptation from Satan himself. We cannot give in to her looks and charm. She is a ploy by the lesbian feminists who have infiltrated our God Fearing Republican party to further their own evil goals. Sarah Palin should continue in her sacred journey to produce as many God Fearing offspring as she can. She has certainly blessed her daughter with the same fruitful loins and THANK GOD she is intelligent enough to know that the earlier the better. However she has condemned her own soul to eternal damnation by putting herself on a pedestal as high as a man! The bible is very clear that a woman’s place is at the feet of man. 1Timothy 2:12 clearly states, “suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.”

    Be warned gentle lambs of God! DO NOT BE DECEIVED BY THIS PAINTED HARLOT OF THE USURPER! DO NOT FALL PREY TO THE INCIDIOUS LIES OF THE FEMINIST LESBIANS!

  50. “Each and every one of you have fallen victim to the liberal LIES that women are created equal! Anyone who votes for this painted Jezebel named Palin will burn in the fiery pits off hell!! If you would never listen to the lies of the lesbian cabal of today (Pelosi, Hillary, etc) why would you ever fall victim to the feminist LIES from lesbians like Susan B. Anthony and her hyper-liberal lesbian minions.

    Be warned all of you supposedly true and righteous conservatives – Sarah Palin is simply a temptation from Satan himself. We cannot give in to her looks and charm. She is a ploy by the lesbian feminists who have infiltrated our God Fearing Republican party to further their own evil goals. Sarah Palin should continue in her sacred journey to produce as many God Fearing offspring as she can. She has certainly blessed her daughter with the same fruitful loins and THANK GOD she is intelligent enough to know that the earlier the better. However she has condemned her own soul to eternal damnation by putting herself on a pedestal as high as a man! The bible is very clear that a woman’s place is at the feet of man. 1Timothy 2:12 clearly states, “suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.””

    I understand your concerns. Indeed, if Mrs. Palin actually decided on policy herself, she would be thrown into Hellfire. However, her husband, Todd, sits in at her governor’s meetings. I’m sure he is the one that tells her what to do. Having a woman run for an executive position is harmless; having her dictate policy is another matter entirely.

  51. Ixion is right. I would also like to add that women’s menstrual periods attract wild animals, such as bears and lions. Sarah Palin in the White House means a potential mauling of the God-fearing menfolk who are running things in this great nation.

  52. “I would also like to add that women’s menstrual periods attract wild animals, such as bears and lions.”

    Could you give me a Bible verse on this? I’m well aware that menstrual periods are pure evil, and that women having those periods need to be locked up in their houses, but I didn’t know that they drew in lions and bears. (However, mocking the baldness of God’s prophets will bring in she-bears to kill you.)

    “Sarah Palin in the White House means a potential mauling of the God-fearing menfolk who are running things in this great nation.”

    As long as she remains nothing more than a puppet for Todd, then she will see salvation.

  53. [...] from the blog, Calvinist 4 Conservatism (you know, as opposed to those Calvinists who favor anarchy): “McCain’s VP choice, Sarah [...]

  54. keep giving these surrender monkeys hell, Ixion ! You are a good role model for everyone who doesn’t believe in carbon dating, fornicating

    –mza.

  55. “keep giving these surrender monkeys hell, Ixion ! You are a good role model for everyone who doesn’t believe in carbon dating, fornicating

    –mza.”

    Thanks! Keep coming back, and remember to vote for Palin!

  56. I´m calling Godwin´s LAw on Ixiom. BY trying to equate the Daily Kos with the nazis, he has automatically forfeited any and all discussions.

    PS: If I have to choose between believing in a 2000 year old book that can´t be verified by any factualy means or scientific theories that have been verified and proven millions of times and are still standing up to scrutiny as we speak, all I can say is: SCIENCE!

    So **** the bible, anyone trying to convince me that it is true can have a challenge: Prove the bible to be true without using any bible quotes or other religious tracts. Oh, and “because I believe it´s true” isn´t admissible evidence.

    But then, I don´t think anyone of you fundies will actually take up that challenge, you´re too cowardly to enter into a battle you will likely lose.

  57. Should any political party attempt to abolish social security, unemployment insurance, and eliminate labor laws and farm programs, you would not hear of that party again in our political history. There is a tiny splinter group, of course, that believes you can do these things. Among them are H. L. Hunt (you possibly know his background), a few other Texas oil millionaires, and an occasional politician or business man from other areas. Their number is negligible and they are stupid. –Dwight D. Eisenhower

    It´s a shame that he was wrong.

  58. “I´m calling Godwin´s LAw on Ixiom. BY trying to equate the Daily Kos with the nazis, he has automatically forfeited any and all discussions.”

    Kos actually allowed a swastika to remain up on his website, until Freepers pressured him to take it down. Go look for the link in the comments thread.

    “PS: If I have to choose between believing in a 2000 year old book that can´t be verified by any factualy means or scientific theories that have been verified and proven millions of times and are still standing up to scrutiny as we speak, all I can say is: SCIENCE!”

    Scientists enjoy distorting their data. We’re supposed to accept a man who measured the distance between two cities with a servant that walked the distance. Absurd. Besides, Darwinism is a racist, violent doctrine; go look up Paul Broca if you don’t believe me. (Social Darwinism, on the other hand, is largely correct. When applied to inter-societal relationships and short-term lengths, some aspects of Darwinism are correct. However, for practical reasons, we should consider Darwinism as a godless, wicked theory, since it generally prefers to claim that humans were pond scum, rather than the truth about sheep and how some get spots. For more information, see Genesis 30: 37-39).

    “So **** the bible, anyone trying to convince me that it is true can have a challenge: Prove the bible to be true without using any bible quotes or other religious tracts. Oh, and “because I believe it´s true” isn´t admissible evidence.”

    You’re pissing off a lot of people that had near-death experiences. Why do you hate sympathy?

    “But then, I don´t think anyone of you fundies will actually take up that challenge, you´re too cowardly to enter into a battle you will likely lose.”

    None of you have actually completed Kent Hovind’s challenge. Why should we be inclined to take your challenge, when your kind repeatedly shows itself to be liars and emotional vagabonds?

    “–Dwight D. Eisenhower

    It´s a shame that he was wrong.”

    The John Birch Society proved that Eisenhower was a Communist. How can you even muster up the courage to mention his name?

  59. Frankly, little miss BimboBush made a complete ass of herself at the RNC in her speech, and it turns out that everything she said was a lie. She made it her goal to include almost every issue she had faced earlier either as Mayor or as Governor so she would sound like she knew what she was talking about. But then she made the mistake of saying that she did almost exactly the opposite of what she really did. I guess no one told her that these things were all a matter of record and anyone can go back and look at what she said and did at the time. “I stopped that bridge to nowhere” No, she supported it and got the federal funding for it, then spent the money on other projects. “I took on the big oil companies and lobbyists” No, she hired lobbyists and took donations and gratuities from the oil companies. “I put an end to earmarks” No, she recieved over 43 million dollars in earmarks.
    Anyway, almost every single sentence in her speech was proved to be a lie just by the things that are a part of her official record and she leaves her state with a 19 million dollar debt that didn’t exist at all when she took office, and she spent 43 thousand dollars of the states taxes to pay for vacation trips and lodging for members of her family.
    Praise the little bimbo all you want, the real truth is a matter of record.
    I’d like to get her naked and bounce around on her for awhile, but I’d never vote for her.

  60. “I’d like to get her naked and bounce around on her for awhile, but I’d never vote for her.”

    I would, too, but it’s a sin to do that.

    Anyways, we seriously need Mrs. Palin as President. She’s the only one of the four executive candidates that actually has executive experience. Alaska is also close to Russia, and she has doubtlessly had to deal with Communists jumping the border, so she’s obviously had to sit down and discuss policy with the Eastern Russia communities. Obama, on the other hand, has only been to Germany (and The Corner brilliantly exposes this), Biden’s credentials are dubious, and McCain sympathizes with Vietnamese Communists too much to be trusted with the Presidency.

    ““I stopped that bridge to nowhere” No, she supported it and got the federal funding for it, then spent the money on other projects.”

    Yes, because the Ketchikan Bridge became an object of ridicule to the general public, so Mrs. Palin had to drop it. Of course, she had no reason to give the money back to the morons that proposed such a plan, so she spent it on other projects.

    “I took on the big oil companies and lobbyists” No, she hired lobbyists and took donations and gratuities from the oil companies.”

    This is just pandering, in order to lure Independents that don’t read the news to the Republican Party. Of course, her hardcore supporters, such as me, know that she didn’t really mean that she hated the oil lobbyists. We have to be careful to keep her out of the clutches of the RINOs, though.

    “I put an end to earmarks” No, she recieved over 43 million dollars in earmarks.”

    When we conservatives put her in office, we shall demand that she abolish the ability to pork-barrel spend. In more realistic terms, this would mean that we cut federal government funding for everything except the military and freeways completely (as it should be).

    At any rate, knowing Palin, I am sure that she has atoned for her sins, if she has any. You’ll be pleased to know that if she does spend money on irrelevant projects while she’s in federal office, the Club for Growth will find a way to keep her powerless on economic issues.

  61. “Alaska is also close to Russia, and she has doubtlessly had to deal with Communists jumping the border, so she’s obviously had to sit down and discuss policy with the Eastern Russia communities.”

    Name just one incident that supports this statement.

    “Yes, because the Ketchikan Bridge became an object of ridicule to the general public, so Mrs. Palin had to drop it. ”

    In other words, the people got on her case about it so she dropped it to cover her ass and try to keep from looking like a complete idiot.

    “Of course, her hardcore supporters, such as me, know that she didn’t really mean that she hated the oil lobbyists.”

    You’re right, she doesn’t hate them, she loves them and every single dollar she gets from the bigwigs in oil.

    “In more realistic terms, this would mean that we cut federal government funding for everything except the military and freeways completely (as it should be).”

    Oh hell yeah, that’s exactly what we need, a more efficient killing machine and better roads to get them to the killing fields faster.

  62. “Name just one incident that supports this statement.”

    You get five. Steve Doocy, Cindy McCain, Michael Barone, Frank Gaffney, and John McCain himself all realize the obviousness that Palin has foreign policy experience. What’s even better is that she knows how to deal with the Communists immigrating into Anchorage.

    “In other words, the people got on her case about it so she dropped it to cover her ass and try to keep from looking like a complete idiot.”

    Moral of the story: leave it to the free market to build the bridge.

    “You’re right, she doesn’t hate them, she loves them and every single dollar she gets from the bigwigs in oil.”

    Yes, she does!

    “Oh hell yeah, that’s exactly what we need, a more efficient killing machine and better roads to get them to the killing fields faster.”

    Why else would we want a government?

  63. “You get five. Steve Doocy, Cindy McCain, Michael Barone, Frank Gaffney, and John McCain himself all realize the obviousness that Palin has foreign policy experience. What’s even better is that she knows how to deal with the Communists immigrating into Anchorage.”

    I asked you to name a single “incident” to support it, not to provide the unsupported opinions of five people that claim she has experience because “Alaska is close to Russia”. That’s all any of them said (except Gaffney, who never mentioned her at all). Honestly, even someone as narrow minded as you are should realize by now that posting links to other idiots’ opinions can’t possibly be considered evidence of anything.
    Now, try again. Give me a single incident that supports your (and their) claims that she has had to deal with these issues with Russia. Another link to someone’s blogspot won’t work, I meal a real incident that she really had to deal with.

  64. “Yes, she does!”

    Never mind, just forget I said anything, silly me, I forgot that you supported lying, cheating, stealing, bigotry and tyranny. You’re definately a Republican.

  65. “except Gaffney, who never mentioned her at all”

    Did you even read the article? Not only was Palin mentioned, but the topic was about her foreign policy experience. Please actually read the sources before you post.

    “not to provide the unsupported opinions of five people”

    Barone and Gaffney both went into great detail on why she had foreign policy credentials. What qualifies as ‘support’ to you, pandering to the Democrat Party in some way?

    “Honestly, even someone as narrow minded as you are should realize by now that posting links to other idiots’ opinions can’t possibly be considered evidence of anything.”

    Yet most of those ‘opinions’ were actual facts, which you can look up. Dogpile does wonders for the mind (don’t use Google, since they censor conservative viewpoints). Also, to establish the credibility of just one of them:

    Frank Gaffney Jr. is the founder and president of the Center for Security Policy and author of War Footing: 10 Steps America Must Take to Prevail in the War for the Free World .

    Obviously, an unqualified Hippie that has no serious political publications should be taken more seriously then a man that runs a public policy institution. I can’t find any instances of plagiarism from any of the authors, either. Do you mind telling me why being President of the CSP doesn’t matter? I’d even like to hear you debate Ted Kennedy on this one.

    “Another link to someone’s blogspot won’t work”

    Okay, so you’re assuming that everything posted on a blogspot (note: the National Review is a magazine… the only source that remotely qualifies as a blog is Townhall, and it takes in too many opinions to be really be called a blog) is automatically wrong. I guess that’s a useful way to shorten debates for you, although I wonder why you even bother to engage in them.

    “Never mind, just forget I said anything, silly me, I forgot that you supported lying, cheating, stealing, bigotry and tyranny. You’re definately a Republican.”

    Nice cop out and ad hominems you’ve got there. You’re not winning anyone over to the Party of Treason.

  66. “Did you even read the article? Not only was Palin mentioned, but the topic was about her foreign policy experience. Please actually read the sources before you post. ”

    OOps, my mistake, I meant Barone, not Gaffney, and yes, I did read and or listen to all of them, and what I said remains the same, not a single incident was mentioned by any of them, just the fact that she lived in Alaska and alaska was close to Russia. And no, Barone did not mention her at all so his little bit of nonsense with the Berlin comparison means nothing here and now. And neither of them gave any credible reasons for her to have foriegn relations experience, just “Alaska is close to Russia”, the same thing McCain said in that video you linked to, and quite frankly he sounded like a complete idiot in that interview.
    An “incident” would be a time that her or her state was threatened by Russia, or an illegal immigrant came into Alaska and she had to personally deal with the matter, or she had met with Russian authorities to discuss and or plan methods of diplomacy between us and them. Or even that she was involved in legislation pertaining to foriegn policy.
    The “qualifications” given by Gaffney were laughable. Do you really think that opening up the habitat of an endangered species to oil drilling is really a qualification for being in control of the rest of our resources? Is pushing for legislation to remove polar bears from the endangered species list just so we can drill in areas set aside for their protection really the sign of a good leader? And where oh where is this foreign policy experience? Oh yeah, that’s right, she lives close to Russia. Gaffney stressed that with saying that geography was everything… bullshit. Real experience is everything, geography is just where you live. Are all of the citizens of ElPaso experts on foriegn policy with Mexico?

  67. “OOps, my mistake, I meant Barone, not Gaffney, ”

    Yes, I cited the wrong article. Try this one.

    “. And neither of them gave any credible reasons for her to have foriegn relations experience, just “Alaska is close to Russia””

    Well, McCain and the two Democrats have no executive experience, either. Even if Palin hasn’t dealt with the Communist influx (although she has likely at least addressed it), she still has more foreign policy experience then the other three do.

    “the same thing McCain said in that video you linked to, and quite frankly he sounded like a complete idiot in that interview.”

    McCain’s an opportunist; he’ll change his positions based on the electorate. That’s why we want him to win, die in office, be saved, and hand the Presidency over to Palin.

    “Do you really think that opening up the habitat of an endangered species to oil drilling is really a qualification for being in control of the rest of our resources? Is pushing for legislation to remove polar bears from the endangered species list just so we can drill in areas set aside for their protection really the sign of a good leader?”

    Why should we put polar bears or other animals over Americans? If you really want to see good rationale for why we should phase out endangered species protection, I suggest you read Richard Pombo for your pursuit.

    “Are all of the citizens of ElPaso experts on foriegn policy with Mexico?”

    The mayor is. The governor has even more experience than the mayor does, though. After all, policy is affected by the massive amounts of immigrants that enter Texas. Alaska is one of the fastest growing states; Palin’s own city, Wasillia, has nearly doubled in size since she was mayor. The citizens of Vermont, on the other hand, don’t really have to worry about any immigrants. Nothing except Canada is in close proximity to Vermont, and Canadians view Vermonters as insane, so I wouldn’t trust Howard Dean over foreign policy, for instance.

  68. Ok, I read your new link, and it seems I was right, he said exactly what the others said ( “Foreign policy experience? Well, Alaska is the only state with a border with Russia.”) So it seems her only foreign policy experience is just living in Alaska, I live in Pennsylvania so I am an expert on New Jersey. You may as well give it up because you are not going to find any evidence that she really has foreign policy experience because she doesn’t.

  69. Oh hell, just get over yourself and watch this.

    http://www.peteyandpetunia.com/VoteHere/VoteHere.htm

  70. “I live in Pennsylvania so I am an expert on New Jersey.”

    There’s a difference, Einstein _ she’s the head of the executive branch in her state, while you hold no political office whatsoever. However, I’m sure that your governor has foreign policy experience; New Jersey is so polluted that it should, for practical purposes, be considered a foreign territory.

    “You may as well give it up because you are not going to find any evidence that she really has foreign policy experience because she doesn’t.”

    Whatever. She has more experience than Obama, Biden, and McCain. Maybe you just set high standards for foreign policy experience; we can’t set too high of a standard, or no one would be President.

    “Oh hell, just get over yourself and watch this.

    http://www.peteyandpetunia.com/VoteHere/VoteHere.htm

    If we would let the free market take care of the issues, we wouldn’t have issues. That movie seems to support my point. On the size of government, I think we could come to terms.

  71. “Whatever. She has more experience than Obama, Biden, and McCain. ”

    We were talking about politics not sex.

  72. [...] At least he’s not advocating a more active role like this fellow: Jesus told us to love our neighbor, but hate the evil inside them. Sometimes, if the evil inside them is so great, our neighbor will have to be stoned. We do each stoning with sadness for the individual, but with brighter hopes for the community. (Source) [...]

  73. ROFL!

    Found the link to this “blog” and I’m having the best laugh I’ve had all week, so thank you!

    Loved this:

    [Be warned gentle lambs of God! DO NOT BE DECEIVED BY THIS PAINTED HARLOT OF THE USURPER! DO NOT FALL PREY TO THE INCIDIOUS LIES OF THE FEMINIST LESBIANS!]

    Sounds like someone’s wife ran off with a lesbian … lolol. Don’t worry, we only take the pretty ones!

  74. As an Obama supporter I find your blog very entertaining. Keep up the great work, God is on your side!

  75. “As an Obama supporter I find your blog very entertaining. Keep up the great work, God is on your side!”

    I would expect the self-described Satanists to describe this blog as ‘entertaining’.

  76. “God’s will be done.”

    Scares me you say that. It’s exactly what Osama Bin Laden says. Also what the suicide bombers said when I was in Iraq.

    Religion is a great thing but not when it’s used to promote violence. Doesn’t matter if you’re a Muslim or a Christian. Terrorism it terrorism.

  77. “Scares me you say that. It’s exactly what Osama Bin Laden says. Also what the suicide bombers said when I was in Iraq.

    Religion is a great thing but not when it’s used to promote violence. Doesn’t matter if you’re a Muslim or a Christian. Terrorism it terrorism.”

    There’s a difference, though. Christians know that massive amounts of prayer to the LORD will lead to Him smiting His enemies. Islamists take things in to their own hands, which is, of course, immoral. We are required to be good citizens, and change government by democracy.

    Oddly enough, Liberals are more like Osama Bin Laden and co than we are. Liberals will burn flags and protest the war instead of fighting for our company; so do Islamists. Like Islamists, they don’t like it when America exports democracy to another nations. Liberals are also the ones that cause the inner city riots, Ruby Ridge, and Waco. Look closer at your own wrong-headed movement before you criticize us.

  78. [...] an example of the moonbat hysteria in response to sensible theology, one only needs to look at the Kostards and the desperate slander the moonbats bring [...]

  79. The Heliocentrist religion? Seriously, you don’t believe the earth revolves around the sun?


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