Friday, March 03, 2006

Christain Busy Bodies Suck

SSSSssssssssssssssssssss.......(the sound of Beelzebubba's brain sizzling)

OK....B.Bubba will say it FUCK A BUNCH OF CHRISTIANS. He's over it. Sick of them all.

First B.Bubba hears that Alito is writing James Dobson "Thank You" notes for his and his followers prayers for getting him into office and that he will "Keep them in Mind".

B.Bubba's suspicions were realized that the Supreme court is about to become a neocon wet dream of an orgy for a religious overhaul of this country. Oh Jesus...

Then, after dragging B.Bubba's heathenistic ass into the light this morning to face another day in Bush's little paradise, B.Bubba stumbles across this gem of a story about those wonderful Christian Folk in Missouri presenting a bill to their legislature to "consider naming Christianity the state's official "majority" religion. "

What the FUCK? SSSSSSSSSSSsssssssssssssss (more sizzling)

Okay....What part of the First Ammendment to the Bill of Rights do these asses not get?

The Bubba has sat around on his ass and watched the idiots push their retched morally bankrupt religion on all us with the common sense not to believe in a bunch of myths strung together to keep us peasants in line. And they wonder why people are burning churches these days.

B.Bubba has a message to all of them; You want persecution? Keep pushing that crap on us and you're gonna get it. This supposedly persecuted religion would like us to believe that they are the ones being persecuted when in all actuality it's them persecuting the majority of us. They seem to be in control of the White House, the Congress, the House, the courts, and they scream persecution. BULLSHIT.

B.Bubba can't believe in this day and age that grown adults with half a brain would believe in such a violent myth that is all about death and destruction wrapped in sheep's clothing called love and peace. Everything about these fuckers are contradictory. Let me list a few a points:

1. Against abortion, but they can kill little Iraqi children at will

2. Love thy neighbor..B.Bubba want even touch that

3. They practice war, but worship the "Prince of Peace"

4. "Turn the other cheek".....uh huh. right

5. Christianity is about love and Peace and it's followers have created more strife, death and destruction than ANY other religion, including Islam ( who, by the way, B.Bubba thinks are a bunch of fucking loony Kooks too.)

and that's just a few to start.

Religion is born of ignorance, pure and simple.

When is this fucking rapture gonna happen?

Ok all you heathens out there let's do a little visualization ourselves, repeat after B.Bubba

"Dear Jesus,

Please come back to Earth and take these miscreants that have twisted your words around to benefit themselves and make life a shithole for the rest us to heaven (or hell as the case may be, but believe me we don't want them screwing up our good time).


...And Jesus, when your through bitch slapping them all silly for their sins, come back down to a little party that we are throwing after the Rapture...and bring some of those thieves and prostitutes you used to hang out with back in the day. B.Bubba is running a little low on funds, so if you could take a moment to change a few barrels of water to wine, we will be all set for one Helluva party. I'll supply the beer bong.

Hell, Bring God too. I'm sure he could use a break to blow off a little steam after realizing what a clusterfuck this religion thing has become. But it's Ok, after a few bong hits he should mellow right out.

I'm going straight to a handbasket... but the B.Bubba will be in good company.

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That's Just How They Say "Hello"

Reuters/Jason Reed

See, in India, the water buffalo think they're dogs.....

"The time has come," the Walrus said....

"To talk of many things:
Of shoes--and ships--and sealing-wax--
Of cabbages--and kings--
And why the sea is boiling hot--
And whether pigs have wings."

Despite Hellena's usual attempt's at sarcasm, she also has a serious side. And a side that likes to read, and give time to bloggers, and editorials from the other side of the political universe. This morning while perusing some of the anti-leftist, moonbat watch sites, Hellena stumbled across an interesting story on the current states' push to ban abortions.

On the Stop the ACLU site, one paragraph caught Hellena's eye:
It definitely looks to be a trend. In my opinion it is a trend for the better, for two reasons. One, it is a trend towards life. Two, no matter what your thoughts are on the topic of abortion, the legislators are taking the issue to the people. Abortion is a controversial topic that finds people all across the political spectrum in their opinions. The right place for this to be decided is in each State, not by unelected judges. These representatives are taking it up on themselves that they are representing their constituants. The beautiful thing about democracy is that if they are not representing the people, the people can speak up and effectively make a difference; something they can’t do with Supreme Court decisions. There is no doubt that NOW, Planned Parenthood, and the ACLU will be challenging these laws soon. I hope this trend continues, and we get this issue back into the hands of the people where it belongs.
Now there are several points in the paragraph that beg to be elaborated upon, but the nit Hellena wishes to pick is the mention of Planned Parenthood. There's no need to write Hellena explaining what eugenics is or the beginnings of Planned Parenthood and its founder because that's not the point of this post.

Anyone know who was named Treasurer of Planned Parenthood in 1942, and then served as treasurer of Margaret Sanger's first national fundraising drive in 1947? That person is none other than GW's grandfather, Prescott Bush.

Well, not that a grandson can't have a completely different view of an issue from his long dead grandfather, but it is an interesting factoid, no? Seems at one time, the Bush family might have supported the idea of eugenics.
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