Organ Thieves, Hyperfeminized Football & White House Maoists: Headline Potpourri #10
Congress is considering authorization of a tax deduction for pet expenses of up to $3500. Frankly, if you can’t afford to pay for your pet, you have no business owning a pet. Why should the rest of us have to pick up the tab for this? And unlike children, other than not deliberately running over it, I have no grand moral obligation to your pets. This is going to end up causing crazy cat people, who hardly pay any taxes anyway because of their near unemployability, to end up paying no taxes at all.
Van Jones is not only a professed Communist but also a high-ranking occultist as well. In an episode of PID radio, broadcasters Derek Gilbert and Doctor Future pointed out that Obama’s former special advisor for green jobs is also a fellow at the Institute For Noetic Sciences, a New Age think tank that researches “extended human capacities”, “integral health”, and “emerging worldviews”. These categories include psychic abilities, the survival of consciousness after death, and earth-worshipping pantheism.
Obama’s circle of advisors continues to grow more creepy and Nazi-like. Obama’s regulatory czar, who will play a pivotal role in overseeing how laws and policies are implemented, believes organs should be harvested from the terminally ill without their permission. WorldNetDaily reports Sustein as writing. “the state owns the rights to the body parts of people who are dead or in certain hopeless conditions.” Before this is all over with and these tyrants driven from office, one of those “certain hopeless conditions” will no doubt be disagreeing with the Obama regime.
White House Communications Director Anita Dunn claims she was only joking when she said Chairman Moa was one of her two favorite political philosophers. However, could someone reflect in an admiring manner upon something witty Hitler said and not expect their to be fallout over it? Trent Lott’s Senate career was ruined for admiring Strom Thurmond at Strom Thurmond’s own birthday party. And unlike Mao who killed well over 30 million people, Strom Thurmond never killed a single soul. When asked during a presidential campaign who his favorite philosopher was, George W. Bush responded Jesus Christ. For a sincerely held religious belief, he was castigated as a threat to freedom of religion. Apparently though, mass murder in the name of secularism is perfectly acceptable in the minds of many liberals.
Prudes are in a tizzy that late night host Jimmy Kimmel is dating a woman on his staff. For those unable to tell the difference, it should be pointed out that Letterman is already hitched. We are certainly so much better off since abolishing Christian standards of morality. Sodomites rampage in the street to demand we recognize their perversions and we hardly bat an eye. A single man takes a single woman out on a date and it is just about considered a headline scandal.
The state of Florida plans to Terri Schiavo the terminally ill should a swine flu epidemic break out. Patients suffering from conditions such as end stage cancer and multiple sclerosis will be denied admission to the hospital during such an emergency, no doubt to die either at home or in the streets.
For opposing Rush Limbaugh’s attempt to purchase the Rams, one might be inclined to call such voices pansies or dandelions, but that would be an insult to flowers everywhere. For pansies are hearty on their own amidst freezing winter temperatures and dandelions stand tall and firm no matter how much they are despised. The cowardice is appalling. Interesting, isn’t it, how an entire nation is suppose to cave to the demands of a few disgruntled Blacks. In a society where no viewpoint or culture is to be heralded as better than or superior to any other, why are a few Blacks automatically considered to be more right than any White? The contemporary Caucasian has got to be the most spineless and gullible variety of human being to ever walk this planet.
Frederick Meekins is an independent theologian and social critic. Frederick holds a BS in Political Science/History, a MA in Apologetics/Christian Philosophy from Trinity Theological Seminary, and a PhD. in Christian Apologetics from Newburgh Theological Seminary.