Thursday, September 25, 2008

Cooky Pastors and Less Than Main Stream Churches and Politics

Here's a clip about a witch hunting pastor who speaks at Sarah Palin's church in Alaska:


This is a clip with he and Sarah Palin performing some sort of voodoo, anti-witchcraft something or another:


And you thought Obama went to a fringe church?

P.S.

Dear Mr. McCain,

Please give me a break with the suspension of your campaign. The 1864 and 1944 presidential candidates continued their campaign even through the Civil War and the invasion of Europe during WWII. Not to mention, you have the longest "no vote" streak in the Senate. You haven't been present to vote on a bill since early April. You yourself have admitted that you don't know anything about the economy. Neither you nor Obama are on any banking committees. You are expected to show up for the vote when indeed there is a vote on this matter, that is all you are required to do. Throughout your career you have said nothing but how the government should let businesses do what it wants and have continually pushed and voted for the deregulation of financial institutions. Your own advisor was the author of one of the bills that is at least partly responsible for getting us into this situation in the first place.

Please spare us from this political showmanship. Do you really think we are that stupid?

6 comments:

da patriot said...

The wise man's heart directs him toward the right, but the foolish man's heart directs him toward the left. - Ecclesiastes 10:2

Toad734 said...

So witch craft, speaking in tongues, faith healing, are what the right believes in? Ok, if you say so.

"He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her" John 8:7

Now, is that a conservative christian principle?? I think not.

Shaw Kenawe said...

"Not all conservatives are stupid; but most stupid people are conservative."--John Stuart Mill

Joe Blow said...

It is outrageous that his understanding of the Constitution is not being explored by the media, since HE and his supporters bring it up all the time as one of his main qualifications to be President.

Obama pretends there is a line item veto the same way he pretends he can give tax cuts to people who do not pay taxes. He pretends that “no preconditions” means plenty of preconditions. He pretends that he has oodles of legislative experience. He pretends that his letters to the treasury, foreign leaders, God, have all created action. He pretends he knows where bin Laden is and he will send a Yellow Cab to pick him up.
Don’t question how a Constitutional scholar can be so wrong on so many Constitutional issues. Radical? Obama? Whyever would you think

Matthew said...

McCain left the campaign to do his job. You bring up 1864 and 1944 as examples that what McCain did was not right? Do you really believe Lincoln or FDR constantly went campaigning and never returned to their office to manage the war? If you believe that, I'm truly sorry that you have a right to vote. Judging by this ignorant comment, in addition to your other misleading columns however, makes me understand why your an Obama supporter.

Toad734 said...

I didn't say it wasn't right, I am saying it was political bullshit and if he can't do more than 2 things at once during a crisis, he shouldn't be President.

But that is kind of the point, McCain has left his office to go campaigning since April and didn't return until September. A lot of good it did.

Exactly what is misleading? I am sorry if you can't keep up with them but they aren't misleading. Now I understand why you are a McCain supporter. You probably also think Palin would make a good president because she has retarded kids and set of tits.