17 thoughts on “Our Lord and Savior, Really?

  1. Exodus Chapter 20:

    1 And God spake all these words, saying,

    2 I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.

    3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me.

    4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:

    5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me;

    6 And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.

    7 Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.

    That about sums it up.

    See you in Hell, Mr. Fox – even if it was supposed to be funny – which Imam Greg will no doubt be along shortly to tell us along with what Jesus freaks we are and how racist we are to even be talking about it.

    • One would assume that the First Commandment, being that it’s first, is probably, um, gosh, I don’t know……important??!! I’m sorry. I’m just being a racist. Oops! And it was Bush’s fault. Guess I need to just get on that happy-go-lucky Soul Glo Train.

  2. Bahhh. You do realize the irony- just how much you sound like those in the muslim world you love to hate. The irony on railing against smething because it insults your god or your holy book.

    So it’s okay to call him a communist, a muslim, an islamist manchruian candidate, a retard (ann coulter), a nigger, a traitor- but calling him a savior crosses a line?

    An idiotic comment no doubt. But no more so then those comments from the right. And sorry- but millions either do not accept your mythology, or at best, take it far less seriously (or

    • @drugstheasshat:

      Quite the opposite – less irony my part and more ignorance and religious bigotry on yours.

      Ann Coulter calling Obama a “retard”, oh, my, how dare she demean the Chosen One! You must have forgotten this:

      He bowled a 129, the president said.
      “That’s very good, Mr. President,” Leno said sarcastically.
      It’s “like the Special Olympics or something,” the president said.

      Nigger? You must mean people like MSNBC commentator Toure?

      As far as the rest, so what? Those are opinions – the same as what you just expressed, you moron (that was not opinion, it is demonstrated fact based on your comment history).

      Ans actually, asshat, Foxx called him “our lord and savior”, not “a savior”…and in both religions, that is sacrilege.

      Millions do take “it” far less seriously but far more do – since according to Pew, 78.4% of adults in America consider themselves Christian as opposed to the whopping 1.6% who identify as atheist.

      Probably a good thing that you didn’t finish your thought, it probably was just more dumbass and therefore more embarrassing for you.

    • You know drugs — you have quite the history of popping in and making all these silly assertions, but why is it that you never return to defend them?

      I think I know. 🙂

          • Obviously, a product of our gub’mt skools.

            I’ve got a post coming up that makes the case that the reason that we are losing is that we are fighting an asymmetrical intellectual war with people like @drugstheasshat and our other “progressive” buddies. Arguing with these flakes is like trying to shovel sand with a pitchfork – they are so scattered and disconnected that you can’t keep a bead on them long enough to shoot.

            They essentially believe in nothing concrete and when they do, the ADHD kicks in and they decide to move to another fad after about 5 minutes. You can’t have a discussion with someone who believes in nothing and everything at the same time – but I guess after all, that is the definition of cognitive dissonance, one of the three requirements to be a “progressive”.

            I pulled the video in for your post, hope you don’t mind.

            • As you pen this, cruise over to his blog site and measure the level of insanity seen there. Lots of fodder for proving your point(s).

              • I looked last night.

                My IQ dropped 20 points immediately after the mouse click.

                But they actually believe that they make sense…even more than what they say that they believe, that fact amazes me.

                • I found “Wow. The “Blame Obama” Game hits home…” particularly ironic. How many times have we heard a liberal (especially Obama himself) blame Bush for everything? 🙂

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  4. Augger the president has a lot company, ..this is from a Gallup poll taken earlier this year…..http://www.gallup.com/poll/155177/americans-blame-bush-obama-bad-economy.aspx

    “Still, 68% of Americans say former President Bush should be given a great deal or a moderate amount of blame for the nation’s economic woes — substantially more than say the same about Obama. This suggests that Obama’s argument that he is on the right track and needs more time to turn the economy around could fall on receptive ears, particularly those of independents.”

    Obviously, there were many who held my belief that, yes, Bush was such a bad leader that his economy is still affecting us, but that Obama is not the man to fix things.

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