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March 29, 2005

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Agitprop

Yes, Bush is the supreme holy commander of the armies of Christ. But he couldn't do it without his generals in the field.

Like Lt. Gen Boykin who said about fighting Muslims, "I knew that my God was bigger than his. I knew that my God was a real God and his was an idol...Our spiritual enemy...will only be defeated if we come against them in the name of Jesus." Or Lt Col. Brandl who spoke about the battle of Fallujah, "The enemy has got a face, he's called Satan. He lives in Fallujah and we're going to destroy him!"

It's true patriots like these who wage holy war against the non-Christian infidels. That makes me wonder, did God tell Bush to strike at Social Security, Medicaid and the Welfare State too?

Missouri Mule

Are we nuts? Why aren't we staging another Battle of Athens? I don't mean to disrespect the presnut or anything.....but have we lost our plunking minds? Somebody needs to help Riki-Tiki-Tavi get the help he so richly deserves.

BadTux

God Hates Caribou. And his latest bleak tome:

"The sad fact is, there are a great many among us who believe we have entered into a new Dark Age, that it will be a long and brutal slog indeed and BushCo is merely the precursor, the devil's handmaiden, and that we have a long way to go into the bleak and the bloody and the environmentally devastating before the pendulum begins its slow swing back toward the light."

You have already burned at the stake once, my fine heretical friend. But those of us who have not already burned, are already collecting barbecue sauce and condiments so that when we do burn, we at least go out in a flavorful way...

- Badtux the "do you want barbecue sauce with that burning?" Penguin

Earl Bockenfeld

Heretik, thanks for the featured link and the kind words. You're pretty sharp yourself. On the God subject;

What a telling contrast Bush's calculated religious posturing is to the true faith embodied by Nobel laureate Jimmy Carter. Carter uses belief in a God as a motivating force to build homes for families in need through Habitat for Humanity. Carter is a creator, a humble nurturer.

Bush, in contrast, uses his God in a showy way as a justification for destroying women and children, cities and democracy. He pits ally against ally. He divides the world in order to pursue war.

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