Posts Tagged ‘god’

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My UFO is bigger than your bible!

October 31, 2007

The bimbos at The Today Show poked fun (hmmm…they never giggle when a  neocon talks about jeebus) at Dennis Kucinich because of his comment about UFOs.  It’s just like NBC (except for Countdown with Keith Olbermann) to run with fluff, instead of covering the real news.

During last night’s debate, Kucinich implied that chimpy is going crazy, and he called for chimpy’s impeachment.  Hooray!  But the NBC bimbos didn’t even allude to Kucinich’s great statements.  They, along with the rest of the mainstream media, have adopted the mantra of chimpco:  if you don’t talk about it, it didn’t happen, and if you repeat a lie enough, people will believe it did happen.

Chimpy’s last press conference is an example of this neocon chicanery.  Chimpy had the gaul to say that Congress has been wasting time.  Everyone at the black house, except for idiot chimpy, knows that this is the busiest Congress since 1978.  But they want the “amuricun” people to think that Congress is not working.  Talking heads pillbaugh and o’fetish will pick up chimpy’s talking point, and then the 27% will write it in their bibles as another “truth.”

So, Kucinich is portrayed as a fool for his UFO comment, while chimpy “god talks to me” gets another pass.  Oh, I yearn for a government full of politicians who see UFOs rather than those freaks who hide behind their bibles.

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Religious Jewels

October 14, 2007

If there truly is a god, why are there so many different religions (especially of the xtian type)?  Wouldn’t an omniscient creator make sure that all humans followed the one ‘true’ religion that this creator made?

When confronted with logic and reason, religion makes no sense.

For instance, if this god is so great and wonderful, why is it that Mother Theresa, who chose to live in poverty, faced a never ending battle in aiding the poor, hungry, and sick?  While her work was important, her great efforts didn’t put an end to poverty in Calcutta.  Despite all of her work, the god she prayed to didn’t help her.  In the meantime, the so-called ‘men of god’ sat high and pretty at the Vatican, within the walls of palaces enjoying plenty of food, jewels, and fancy clothes.

It doesn’t make sense.