I like that he thinks "non-denominational" means "all kinds of Christian." It's sort of like the old joke about the redneck bar where they play both kinds of music: country and western.
Chaos doesn't ensue.
But it fucking should.
It's not the worst speech I've heard from a government official, although the stuff quoted in the article is far worse and rabidly hateful.
For his message to work, he has to pretend that the Ten Commandments were part of the Constitution, and that all Presidents "until 2008" were fundamentalists. Instead, America was far less religious in its founding than it is now, and went through several "great awakenings" in our history where start-up religions flourished throughout the frontier. Many are lost to history and so considered foolish, but survival means legitimacy, and those remaining have to ignore or rewrite history in order to pretend their doctrine makes any sense.
Is that a track suit, or some kind of complicated white stole over a robe?
Because it looks like a track suit
I'm assuming he jogged to the House, as he's wearing a jogging suit.
Also, I bet he thinks that "until 2008" thing was very subtle and clever.
I like how he's only aware of 20th century wars. And he doesn't know when Iwo Jima was.
Niiiiice track suit.
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I thought of voting for Jesus but he's way too lax on the death penalty, crazy people and the welfare system. Fuck that.
The day Jesus becomes President liberals will just get everything they want.
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