Thursday, February 18, 2010

February 18, 2010

Kopp Disclosure
(John 3:19-21)



More than my mom and favorite photojournalist are thinking some Muslims wallowing in their merde are about to target moi with a fatwah because of the last KD (scroll down to 2/15/10).

I haven't been this frightened since a denominational executive said I'll never be elected moderator of the franchise nor fulfill my mom's wish expressed on 5/8/77 that I become President of PTS.


Hey, hey, hey, ragheads don't scare me!

Aside from my special forces buddy who has taught me how to use the sword like Eli in a hyper-Pauline kinda way and spiritual resources available for anyone with Him (e.g., 2 Timothy 1:6-7; 1 John 4), I've been targeted for vocational/literal assassination since disclosing/exposing pewsitting/pulpiteering hypocrites/apostates because any connection between Jesus and mainliners is coincidental; so that possibility/probability/eventuality has always been as close as my lust for a Road King.

Of course, I'm not really into martyrdom.

It's one of those charismata gifts used only one time.

It's kinda like plastic debt.

If you don't attack it with God's grace through expected/unexpected sources, it'll catch up with ya and get ya sooner or later.



Truth is Muslims ain't payin' much attention to me.

I know because I can't even get my friends/family/congregants to buy my books, read KDs, finance this website, help find a publisher for my biker book, or...

I'm kinda anonymous/innocuous/irrelevant/ignored.

I feel like a member of Congress.

Did you hear about the latest poll?

6% of all Americans trust Congress.

Of those polled for that, uh, poll, 7% of 'em still believe Elvis is alive.

No wonder Evan Bayh quit.


I've always liked Evan Bayh; though he's a lot younger than me and has double-minded positions on abortion, civil rights, gays, and most moral issues while being barely just right of moderate on Iran, Iraq, Israel, national security/debt,/trade/Obamacare, the environment, and education.

When it comes to boy wonders, comparing PBHO to EB is like comparing a BB gun to heavy artillery.

While PBHO came out of nowhere - O.K., he was birthed in the capital of political corruption (Chicago) yet miraculously emerged without taint/stain to become President with a distinguished career of accomplishing, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, absolutely nothing while talking about it eloquently - it's been in EB's blood - Remember his daddy! - and, uh, unlike you know who, he was the 46th Governor of Indiana before serving as Indiana's junior U.S. Senator since 1999.

You could see this coming.

He was overlooked as VP by his party in the last three campaigns.

While Washington's political climate only mirrors what's happening in America's churches as extreme ideologues (PBHO included! Don't kid yourself! Look at the record!) from left and right demand litmus tests on their extremes before developing alliances, EB seems truly statesmanlike by comparison as well as nature/study: "There's just too much brain-dead partisanship...the extremes of both parties have to be willing to accept compromise."



Reaction has been searing.

"He's finished," said an unidentified jack___, uh, Democratic consultant, "because his party needed him to stay and fight, and he ran away. People won't forget."

Barney Frank, who I swear looks and sounds and acts more like Elmer Fudd every day, sauntered in, "I don't understand how you make things better from the outside. I share the frustration, but I would have hoped he would have stayed around."

Hey, Barney, maybe it's because EB has never felt comfortable sharing any room, uh, position, uh, whatever with you!

Parenthetically, mainliners like me - excuse me while I choke and spew on that confession - have been using Elmer's rationale for remaining faithfully in increasingly apostate denominations; so I will leave it to others to be less hypocritical than moi in addressing that one.

So why did he do it?

Was it the Scott-Brown-handwriting-on-the-wall possibility?


EB was beating all challengers by 10 to 20 points in all polls.

Health or family problems?

He looks good and he ain't no TW or JE.

Is he thinking about concentrating on a run for the White House?


He says no; but they all do that.

Besides, he has formed committees to look into his aspiring possibilities in the past.

I don't know.

All I know is he's a lot more decent than those who he's, uh, left behind.


Coming from Illinois, I don't like admitting the people of Indiana tend to elect pretty decent folks to help run the country.

Not perfect.


A lot more decent than who we come up with in Illinois.

Change that.

A lot more decent than who we come up with in Chicago.

Of course, any connection between Chicago politics and you know who is purely coincidental.


Bye Bayh!



Blessings and Love!

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