Sam Brownback (R-Kansas);the former Virginia governor James Gilmore (R-Va.); the former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani; the former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee; Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.); Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.); Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.); the former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney; Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.); and the former Wisconsin governor Tommy Thompson.
These douchebags want your vote!
Apparently three of these wackos proclaimed they did not believe in Evolution. Brownback, Huckabee, and Tancredo
lead us to believe that the Divine One created Adam and Eve and we are all their descendants.
This my friends, is a total crock of shit. I think these Republican assholes think the Christian right is as strong as it was a few years ago. I wish one of these dicks would come out and tell the truth. I think that is what this country needs. Well, not one of these guys, they all have sticks up their asses. But one guy from wherever who could come out and say, “You know what? This country is fucked up and I’m going to try to fix it.”
You would think it political suicide to come out and proclaim one religion to be better than all others, but some people voted in King George despite this. We all know that no religion is better than another because they are all based on BULLSHIT! They are all fraudulent and contradicitve in sooooooooo many ways it is almost mind boggling.
To think it is now 2007 and we as a human society can’t get past ancient superstitions and myths in order to move forward as a whole. Stem cell research, suicide bombers, and abortion are issues either doused or inflamed by religion and it’s teachings. If Christians were truly Christians who devoted their lives to following the Bible word for word, our streets would be full of incest, human sacrifice, rape, mass executions, and women turning into pillars of salt. If Jews would stop proclaiming to be the chosen people, maybe the Muslims wouldn’t want to kill them all.
In which verse of the Bible does it say that human life begins at the time of conception? Is it the part where these ancient knuckle draggers describe the human genome and the concept of splitting cells? I don’t recall seeing that one in twelve years of Catholic school. These people had no concept of science and medicine yet 6000 years later, we still take their words over our own.
This is the great contradiction:
If we are all descendants of Adam and Eve, and Eve only had two sons, where the hell did the rest of us come from? How did Noah take two of every animal on the arc? I know we have Florida Panthers and Manatees and South American parrots that are only indigenous to the western hemisphere. Your telling me he floated around and picked up some penguins and polar bears along the way as well?
There is of course, the dinosaur issue. Or any issue involving fossils for that matter. If The garden of eden was first, then why are there archeological remnants of villages in China and Africa that predate Mesopotamia by thousands of years? I know these are the usual arguments that everyone has heard before, but I am not going to get too deep into the matter.
Come on, what the hell is wrong with us? We believe in all of these silly things yet The Easter bunny and Santa are make believe? Could Luke Skywalker or E.T. be real as well? Why not? It could happen. I could be from another planet. How would you know? It’s unbelievable, but according to the basis of religion, it just might be true. It is time for us to get it together and move forward and stop getting roadblocked by rules and regulations based on magic from thousands of years ago. I think were better than that.
If you are religious or a pastor or a diety from the seventh plane of argo, please feel free to debate me on this subject. Thanks for your support.
“Take this, all of you, and eat it: this is my body which will be given up for you.Take this, all of you, and drink from it: this is the cup of my blood, the blood of the new and everlasting covenant. It will be shed for you and for all so that sins may be forgiven. Do this in memory of me. ”
Wow! That sure is crazy talk!