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themilkshark - 2011-05-23

Does God wear sandals, or has he upgraded to Crocs?

Born in the RSR - 2011-05-23

Fer fuck sakes...

Xenocide - 2011-05-23

"Christ followers have always been advocates of freedom."

Ah ha ha.

A ha ha ha.

IrishWhiskey - 2011-05-23

Christians don't want any King other than Jesus.

Except for nearly every Christian majority country throughout history when the Church forced peasants to bow down to tyrants by swearing they ruled in the name of God. Other than that, no kings whatsoever.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-05-23

The Divine Right of Kings is still alive and well in the GOP. It's why they think "God" put people like Bush in the White House and don't question authority when it's in Republican hands (no matter what they do).

I'm not sure how they rationalize Dem presidents. Either their All-powerful God can be thwarted (so much for all powerful) or God puts Dem presidents in the White House, too, which probably causes what they claim is their brains to seize up.

IrishWhiskey - 2011-05-23

Right after posting, I stumbled onto WorldNetDaily, where the most recent editorial is a libertarian Christian argument for why Monarchy is better than Democracy.

God is pranking me. I know it.

cognitivedissonance - 2011-05-23

It's called Quietism.

Syd Midnight - 2011-05-25

Dem presidents are the Antichrist. Always.

exy - 2011-05-23

The problem is how all these lobbyists can run all over town and get government to do whatever they want them to do.

Which is why we're for limited government.

I think we see the effect of limiting the government differently.

Smellvin - 2011-05-23

There is NO such thing as stupid questions. Just stupid people who ask those questions.

phalsebob - 2011-05-23

Oh, hello Eric Hovind. How is your dad? Still in jail? Hmm... I see your whole family has a somewhat "unique" view on economomics.

Supahfly - 2011-05-23

Without any research, I am hoping that 'Godonomics' is written by an atheist/agnostic person as a clever way to trick Christians out of their money.

dek863 - 2011-05-23

The first one of this was fine but then it quickly went downhill from there...

dek863 - 2011-05-23

minute instead of one.

Syd Midnight - 2011-05-25

I paused it at 0:01. If a picture says a thousand words, it took them 1 second to say "douchebag" 2000 times.

charmlessman - 2011-05-23

God is a Libertarian, huh?

Hey, remember that time Howard Stern ran for governor of New York under the Libertarian party?

Nikon - 2011-05-23

Well, that was certainly something.

IrishWhiskey - 2011-05-23

"We make God in our own image."
Okay, you said it. Now follow it to the logical conclusion.

IrishWhiskey - 2011-05-23

Jesus quite clearly said that rich people are fucked and to be his follower, you need to give away your wealth. Which is probably one of his most soundly ignored or actively subverted teachings.

Still, if the Hovids want to argue that a Christian government involves legal drugs, prostitution, and abortion, good on them.

Cena_mark - 2011-05-23

God still doesn't want you to use the drugs, prostitutes, and planned parenthood clinics, but he'll still give you choice.

IrishWhiskey - 2011-05-23

Oh, come on. That's as stupid as suggesting God in his perfect kingdom and infinite wisdom would build a paradise, but then for some reason include a sin you can even be accidentally exposed to or tricked into, do nothing to stop you, and then disproportionately punish you and all your children for eternity if you screw up.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-05-23

GOP Christianity: An unstoppable god who will work his will without question, except when he doesn't, and then he's "mysterious" or "gives you the choice."

By the by Cena, you do know that 'using' Planned Parenthood means that about 95% of the time, you're not getting an abortion, right?

Cena_mark - 2011-05-23


Cena_mark - 2011-05-23

I was referring to that 5 percent.

Irish, I'm just saying that from the point of views of believers.

IrishWhiskey - 2011-05-23

I know, that was sarcastically phrased agreement. We really do need a universal internet sarcasm symbol.

Riskbreaker - 2011-05-23

God is a millions of years old man with the mentality of a 15 year old internet troll.

Sudan no1 - 2011-05-23

Well fuck. When you put it that way, this bullshit kind-of makes sense.

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