Wednesday, May 5, 2010

May 5, 2010

Kopp Disclosure
(John 3:19-21)



The hot tamale has almost six times the crime rate per capita as the big apple.

Times Square is the prime target for terrorists.

It's time to start frisking octogenarian grandmothers, WASPish toddlers, Scandinavian Lutherans, and bikers with HD tattoos.

If you're in a war, you've got to marshal all of your resources to identify, isolate, and eliminate the enemy before she/he wipes out more non-combatants.

It's no time to pander to PCers who'd rather see a bomb go off and kill lots of Cubs fans in the windy city than violate the sensitivities of some Norwegian from Beloit, Wisconsin who passed through security even though she/he fit the profile of...


Speaking of profiles, do you remember our special edition on Franklin Graham's dishonorable discharge from the Army (scroll down to 4/25/10)?

Billy's son was disinvited from speaking at the Pentagon on the National Day of Prayer (5/6) because he's not as big on Islam as Christianity (euphemistically speaking).

Well, uh, Franklin shot back on Monday; charging BBPBHO with "giving Islam a pass" rather than exposing the "horrific" treatment of women and minorities in many Islamic states (excluding New Jersey).

He said his dishonorable discharge was/is "a slap at all evangelical Christians" and accused BBPBHO of kinda being behind it; claiming his disinvitation would never have occurred without White House approval/instigation: "I don't know if it's exactly from President Obama, but I'm certain that some of the men around him are very much opposed to what we stand for and what we believe."

He whined, "I'm being restricted from my religious rights, and from what I believe."

He complained about the increasing "secularization" in America being led by you know who.

He warned of the "coming persecution" of Christians in America.

Fanning the flames that fried him already, he claimed, "We certainly love the Muslim people, but that is not the faith of this country. And that is not the religion that built this nation. The people of the Christian faith and the Jewish faith are the ones who built America, and it is not Islam."

Again, he warned, "I think when you preach that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the life, I think we're going to see one day that people will say, 'This is hate speech, because you're being so narrow and you're excluding other people.' I believe that. I think we're going to see that come."

Graham is grumpy.

Geez, Franky, you're still welcome in Charlotte.

O.K., the National Day of Prayer itself was ruled unconstitutional by cheesehead Judge Crabb (fits).

Regardless, BBPBHO just signed a proclamation recognizing this year's National Day of Prayer.

But, uh, he is not scheduled to attend any of the day's activities and, unlike predecessors, there ain't no services/events scheduled to be held in the White House.

"Nothing to see here!"



I just heard of a shut-in who was quoted while sitting at a mall's food court after getting her hair done in another city, "I haven't had home communion in a week...and the church dinner that was boxed and brought to me was awful."

While it's not PC, some people - let's be honest - are such __heads.

I don't know why anyone would want to profile anyone about anything when the only one who is really to blame for everything going so badly is BBPBHO's predecessor.

And if you really think like that, I've got a falafel recipe fresh from Scotland that I'd like to...


Blessings and Love!

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