Friday, October 17, 2008

October 17, 2008

Kopp Disclosure
(John 3:19-21)


Congressman Murtha of Pennsylvania says there are racists in, uh, Pennsylvania.

I'm shocked.



Anyone who believes racism ain't an issue in America's sociopolitics rationalizes an elephant as a mouse with glandular problems.

As a pastor, professor, police chaplain, and president of a junior tackle football league, I confront racism almost daily.

I spell it out in my non-best-selling Fifteen Secrets for Life and Ministry which is on sale via; which is why I can't pay off my Caliber and plastic and hop on a motorcycle with a staff member and three of my elders.


Speaking of racists, nobody is considering The Reverend Jesse Jackson as BHO's successor in the U.S. Senate; however, his son, who isn't a blowbag like his old man, is approachable, reasonable, winsome, and not obsessively in search of photo-ops.

Unfortunately, Governor Blowbag (RB), who is about to go down with TR, who is not one of BHO's pals, has the picking prerogative.

The only thing certain about RB's pick to succeed BHO is the last name will not be Ryan.


Speaking of suspicions, Bill Ayers, who is not one of BHO's pals, and hasn't drawn as much attention in Election 2008 as really apocalyptic guys like Joe the Plumber and Joe Six-Pack, wears earrings.

If there's anything that drives me back to the 60s, it's peers who try to remain hip by stepping out of their generation to pretend to identify with another.

It makes me think of those guys with big bellies in Speedos at the beach and those gals with, uh, whatever in halter tops at the mall who make me want to barf.


Speaking of folks living in the ozone layer of reality, one of the best theologians in America can't figure out why folks aren't paying any attention to him.

He's precise, passionate, and, in my estimation, right on target about bad theology as catalyst of bad ecclesiology.

Anyway, another really smart guy who is a tad more in tune with the culture says it's because most folks "could care less" about theology.

I'm shocked again.

I agree with my one friend's theological concerns/obsessions even as I agree with my other friend's diagnosis; which makes me more realistic not double-minded.

Frank Layden, former coach of the Utah Jazz, confronted one of his under-achieving players, "Son, I don't get it with you. Is it ignorance or apathy?" The player responded, "Coach, I don't know and I don't care."



Yeah, that explains Election 2008 and mainline denominations.


Pervert Howard Stern comes to mind.

Surfing through yesterday, I came across "Howard Stern Exposes Why So Many People Support Obama."

Read the previous section and then go to the website and check it out.

Get used to it, crackers: President BHO.


I think one of my subscribers is upset with me because I don't think BHO is the second coming of you know who and JM is not an older version of GWB.

Here's what she [always protecting my sources] wrote: "Lies flow out of the mouths of Christian conservatives. GWB stole the election from AG. Such honest people. Now they have the audacity to blame ACORN on the Democrats! BHO explained his connection to ACORN very clearly in the last debate. Apparently, the right wingers only want to believe what RL and Fox tells them."

She went on to lament the GOP's dedication to withdraw support of the poor in so many ways: "I always think of Jesus when He said, 'As you do it to the least of them, you do it to Me.'"

Can't argue with Jesus.

Of course, too many Democrats, Republicans, and mainliners think they can.


Democrats and Republicans need to chill out and stop burning so many bridges between each other; because it's a waste of energy and emotion.

It's over.

The chosen one is going to win on 11/4 for many reasons which don't really matter anymore.

JM is an aging grump.

BHO is pretty.

VPs are irrelevant unless...

I'm taking money out of my motorcycle account, which hasn't really started yet because I've still got to pay off the Caliber and plastic, because I've lost three bets on JM winning.


I'm praying JM makes a smooth transition back into the Senate, SP makes a smooth transition back to Alaska, and JB confesses he ain't from Scranton, Pennsylvania.

I'm praying BHO is as decent as I hope and isn't really a spaghetti-head on steroids.

I'm praying BHO hasn't really been influenced by his nutty buddies.

I'm praying everyone will cut some slack for the chosen one as he tries to repair the economy and convince whoever needs to be convinced that we don't have the resources or young people to fight every war on the globe.

I'm praying racism is as antiquated in America as fantasized by my fruitcake friends and subscribers who just got off the boats at Disney after singing, "It's a small world after all..."

I'm praying, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh...


Help us, Jesus!


Blessings and Love!

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