So I traipsed over to Reverend Jer's place this evening, and what did I see but this exchange on who's voting for whom:
I have a difficult time making this choice, Jeremiah. Sure, we all know that Barack Hussein Osama is a filthy murderous Muslim that ought to be deported, but I'm not warm towards the RINO McCain, either. In fact, the only reason I'm voting for him is because I know that Sarah Palin shall be a great leader, and shall chainsaw down the kudzu infested tree of liberalism. Afterward, she shall plant a Christian sapling in its steed, and it shall blossom and be guarded by the White House to all its power.
In short, Sarah Palin may crush Leftists for good. I am praying on this.
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As far as our prospects go this year, things are looking a bit dim, I might say.
In my opinion, the main reason for this, I think, and is something that I have seen coming for a long time now - God's people went to sleep when the Supreme Court made decided to remove Bible reading and prayer from education - It was a radical departure from what teachers instilled into children's minds. Although it wasn't very noticable at the start, it just took time before the socialist Marxist/Humanist mindset would work its evil poison. Parents thought everything would be "ok", they just didn't see what their children would be learning.
Public education today is filled with drugs, sodomy, explicit and obscene materials, rape, darwinism, marxism, and humanism ... which are all basically motivated by atheism's dark mentality, it is evil to its very core with teaching of hatred for America's Christian Foundation, yet, we send them our most precious gift, our children.
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and Calvinist echoes back:
I do know that it will take Sarah Palin to fix the education disaster that we have. I think that we ought to privatize the system, since public schools mostly house the lazy poor people who don't really care about their education. In the meantime, they are taught the lies of Darwinism, Marxism, Humanism, Bolshevism, Anarchism, and Copernicanism, while Christians are frequently derided in Social Studies classes.
Working to keep the schools public while tossing out the fallacies of the Left just isn't going to work, since the National Education and the rest of the teachers' unions would inevitably oppose Creationist thought and prayer in schools. After all, unions work to keep the courses simple for the teachers to teach, and Darwinism is mind-numbingly easy to learn about, while Creationism takes a life time to master. The free market will provide the answer, as long as we require Christianity to be taught in each school.
I eagerly await Sarah Palin's assured victory this fall. I'm worried about a Leftist assassination attempt on her, but I have faith that she will, under the mandate of the LORD, crush those that place obstacles in her stride to the Presidency.
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"...chainsaw down the kudzu-infested tree of liberalism"?? It's almost poetic, were it not so misguided and foolish. And I have to wonder when either of these two imbeciles last set foot in a public school. Did they attend public schools? Do they actually have children (God/dess forbid!)?
Thankfully this mindset is about to fade back to the position of fringe ridicule that it so richly deserves.