Holy Trinity! Jesus Is the New Third Party Candidate!

Ross Perot in 1992. Nader in 2000. And now in the 21st Century: JESUS FOR PRESIDENT!!!

Over 1.4 million Americans have signed a pledge to vote for Jesus on November 6th as a write-in candidate because, according to evangelist Bill Keller, founder of the Internet ministry liveprayer.com:

President Obama has proven by his words and deeds to be a true enemy of God as detailed in James 4:4. He has been the most pro-death President in history, supporting the legalized slaughter of innocent babies here and around the world, he is a staunch advocate of the radical homosexual agenda, and he has been a great friend to the enemies of Israel. On every major spiritual issue of the day, President Obama has proven to be an enemy of God and a true tool of Satan!

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is a 5th generation member and a priest in the satanically inspired Mormon cult. He and others in his cult LIE when they claim to be Christians, since Mormon doctrine is 100% inconsistent with Biblical Christianity and a Mormon is no more a Christian than a Muslim is. He deceives people by saying he believes in “God” and “Jesus” is his savior, when the “god” of Romney’s cult is NOT the God of the Bible, and their “jesus” is NOT the Jesus of the Bible. Romney and those in his cult believe the Bible to be a flawed and incomplete book and look at Biblical Christians as inferior and non-believers for rejecting the beliefs of their cult.

Considering Perot got just over 19 million votes (18.9% of the popular vote, but none of the electoral votes), and Nader’s 100,000 votes in Florida supposedly cost Al Gore the Presidential election,  The Son of God’s appearance in the ballot box could be a game changer for one of the parties, especially in swing states. Keller writes:

I am encouraging true followers of Jesus Christ to say NO to Satan and say YES to Jesus! This November, write in the name JESUS for President! The option will be several third party candidates. Sadly, no candidate outside of the two major parties have any chance at winning the election. So rather than vote for a third party candidate, write in the name of Jesus for President.

Your vote for JESUS is not helping President Obama get re-elected, nor is it helping Mitt Romney get elected, it is telling Satan you will not be responsible for either of his tools becoming our next President!

However those votes for Jesus won’t get Christ elected to the Oval Office, first of all because he is currently disincarnate, and in many states, write-in candidates don’t count unless the candidate has filed an affidavit, which is hard to do if you don’t have a meat suit. Other states will not count write-in votes. And then there’s that pesky issue about needing a birth certificate for proof of citizenship.

Meanwhile, Jesus’ campaign manager the Rev Keller wants us all to remember that:

If President Obama is re-elected, his anti-American, socialist policies will continue, as will his attacks on Christianity and Christian churches. He will continue to support abortion, homosexuality, the enemies of Israel…

If Mitt Romney is elected, he will be the fulfillment of his cult’s polygamist, pedophile, racist, con artist, murdering founder Joseph Smith’s “White Horse” prophecy that Romney and all Mormon’s believe. That prophecy says that the United States will facing great economic and social unrest, a Mormon will be elected President, declare a national emergency and set aside the US Constitution and enact a Mormon theocracy. That may sound impossible, but ever since he was at BYU, Romney was called by his inner circle “the chosen one” to fulfill their cult’s prophecy.

Rev. Keller’s logic for a pro-Jesus vote is simple:

Sadly, most Christians are so appalled at President Obama’s opposition to God on every major spiritual issue of the day, they are willing to put politics above souls. The justification is that Romney is the lesser of two evils. My friend, the lesser of two evils is still EVIL!

But for those who believe that this is America, where we demand and deserve the best–

 

[HT: Bruce Wilson, Talk2Action]

GOP Candidates Continue Rape Tour: Romney Supports “God Intends Rape” Dick Mourdock

 

The raping of the American Dream and the citizens of this country by banksters continues, and GOP candidates still want women to bear the fruit of “legitimate rape.” Indiana candidate for US Senate Richard  Dick Mourdock said during a debate Tuesday:

I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.

Then removed his head from his ass long enough yesterday to say

I don’t think God wants rape.

and apologized to anyone who misinterpreted his original remarks.  Because  in Dick Mourdock’s world, if you you took offense at his statement that God intended you to conceive from a violent, brutal, forced sexual assault, then that’s your problem. Not his. Mourdoock’s comments on conception from rape points to a fundamental crack in the GOP platform on rape, since Missouri Representative Todd Aiken, also running this election season, thinks:

If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.

Responding to Dick Mourdock’s remarks on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, President Barack Obama said:

This is exactly why you don’t want a bunch of politicians, mostly male, making decisions about women’s health care decisions. Women are capable of making these decisions in consultation with their partners, with their doctors. And for politicians to want to intrude in this stuff, oftentimes without any information, is a huge problem. And this is obviously part of what’s stake at this election.

Mitt Romney still stands behind Mourdock and continues to endorse Mourdock’s run for the US Senate. The Christian Science Monitor reports that the Republican GOP candidate is:

 not asking the Indiana state treasurer to take down an ad Romney filmed Monday in support.

Clint Eastwood’s Daughter: Not Voting for Mitt

Clint Eastwood’s daughter Francesca told TMZ that she won’t be voting for Mitt Romney, despite her father’s endorsement of the GOP candidate. When asked about her voting plans, Francesca

I happen to not be voting for the same man. But I love that he [my dad] stands up for what he believes in.

This will be Francesca’s first time voting; she is 18.

Francesca, her siblings and stepmother Dina Eastwood (not to be confused with Dina Lohan, troubled former child actress Lindsay Lohan’s equally troubled mother) are all part of a reality show Mrs. Eastwood & Company that follows Mrs. Eastwood as she tries to manage a boy-band and handle being the (very well-funded) mother of (very well-funded) teenagers.  Poor Clint, no wonder he talks to empty chairs, his family sounds bonkers. But at least Francesca has her own opinion.

Disagreeing with one’s parents on politics is a normal part of being an adult whether in real life or on TV (remember Meathead, Rob Reiner’s character on All in the Family?). And gods know, I nearly ruined a family meal when my mother said that Marcos had been good for the Philippines!  In what universe?!   If the facepalm.jpg had existed back then, I would have thought it.

Back to Francesca–it remains to be seen if politics will play a part in Mrs. Eastwood & Company. Clint seems a bit nonplussed about his missus’ project, as evidenced by his appearance last month on Ellen. He also seemed a bit disenchanted with the GOP as well. And his distaste for Francesca’s boyfriend is very clear!

Late Night FDL: Cats, Kittens, Mittens and Santorum

 

Let’s face it, we know the Internet was invented to showcase cats, and we may have reached the absolute end of the Internet with this latest entry into politics. However, Hank the Cat may face some obstacles in his Senate run, because well, you have to be (technically) human to be elected. Rombot: Barely human.

However Hank is unlikely to cough up a hairball over the separation of church and state, something that makes Rick Santorum throw up. What else might make Santorum spew puke? But now, like a dog, Frothy Mix Rick wants to eat the words he vomited about JFK, telling Laura Ingraham:

I wish I had that particular line back.

He went on to say:

I think we need to have a free exercise of religion in this country and it’s important for those First Amendment freedoms to be alive and well in America.

So that means he’d be cool with an endorsement from Druids, Wiccans and Aleister Crowely’s Ordo Templi Orientis? What about the Temple of Set and the Church of Satan? Just checking. ‘Cause you know, free exercise of religion means freedom for all religions to exercise. And some of them exercise in the nude.

Meanwhile in Michigan, Democrats have been voting for Santorum against Romney in the primary. Good strategy or bad?

Ron Jeremy for President! “The Hedgehog” Has a Point!

Ron Jeremy is more honest than most of the candidates running for president! And a far more wholesome candidate than Mitt, Newt or  Randall Terry:

Terry, who founded the Operation Rescue organisation that came to prominence by blockading abortion clinics and has been jailed for his activities, registered as a Democratic presidential candidate against Barack Obama in order to use a federal law that requires television stations to air political adverts uncensored within 45 days of a primary or general election.

You can view Terry’s graphic, repulsive ads here. Warning they are NSWF. Or kids!

Late Night FDL: Michele Bachmann’s Intellectual Influences

 

Michele Bachmann. Uh oh. In the New Yorker‘s August 15th  Bachmann profile by Ryan Lizza, the presidential candidate proves herself to be way more intellectual than Sarah Palin.

Bachmann once served on the board of  directors of Summit Ministries–an educational organization founded to reverse the harmful effects of  “our current post-Christian culture.” Bachmann lauds David A. Noebel, Summit Ministries’ founder and director of Summit Ministries. Noebel is the author of the revelatory tracts as “The Homosexual Revolution: End Time Abomination,” and “Communism, Hypnotism, and the Beatles.” Bachmann has called Summit’s message

wonderful and worthwhile.

One of the recommended books listed on Bachmann’s State Senate campaign Web site (since removed per Lizza) was Call of Duty: The  Sterling Nobility of Robert E. Lee by J. Steven Wilkins an George Grant.  Here’s quote from page 303:

Slavery, as it operated in the pervasively Christian society which was the old South, was not an adversarial relationship founded upon racial animosity. In fact, it bred on the whole, not contempt, but, over time, mutual respect. This produced a mutual esteem of the sort that always results when men give themselves to a common cause. The credit for this startling reality must go to the Christian faith. . . . The unity and companionship that existed between the races in the South prior to the war was the fruit of a common faith.

Another high point in the Lee biography is a condemnation of the

radical abolitionists of the New England,

no doubt the descendents of folks whose minds were twisted by the Age of Reason, which was a direct outgrowth of the Renaissance, per another one of Bachmann’s fave thinkers, Francis Schaeffer, author of How Should We Then Live?.

A fundamentalist Christian, Schaeffer wrote and narrated the video series based on How Should We Then Think. In episode 6 Schaeffer explores the possibility that at some point the government might start controlling the populace through drugs in the water supply, much like hippies wanted to drop LSD in the reservoirs, illustrated by a man in a white van dumping chemicals into the sewer. But Schaeffer points out, with Christianity and accepting the Bible as an absolute, mankind can be saved from the moral vicissitudes of science.

This spring Bachmann told a crowd in Iowa that she and Marcus read How Should We Then Live?:

And so we had new eyes that were opened up as we understood life now from a Biblical world view.


In an video episode of How Should We Then Live? set in Italy, Schaeffer explains the meaning of Renaissance art (basically it shows man turning away from God and becoming more entranced with the secular) and cites the beauty of Florence, concluding with:

Humanism ends in despair.

Gods, let hope Bachmann’s campaign ends in despair for her and not for us.

 


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