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Wednesday, December 07, 2005

The do-me decimal system

Librarians may try to present themselves as meek servants of the public good, but they're little more than trojan horses of leftist radicalism and degeneracy. Indeed, their well-documented aversion to glamour (like vampires to crucifixes) ought to sound a deafening alarm to any good Christian woman, warning her to steer clear of their hives of perversion. Should you need any further proof of the threat they pose to Our Republic, I offer the following:

exhibit a:

Saying it would be "inappropriate" to include them, Memphis, Tenn., library officials have banned Mary, Joseph, Jesus and the wise men from a promotional nativity scene – leaving only the stable animals and a shepherd boy. ...

"It truly is ridiculous that we even have to discuss whether a nativity scene can be displayed at Christmas," said ADF senior legal counsel Nate Kellum. "Libraries are supposed to encourage free expression and thought. Government officials do not have the authority to pick and choose which items in a Christmas nativity scene are acceptable for display."

They have no more right to pick and choose which books are on their shelves, but does that stop these tyrants? Hardly. I myself have been waging a protracted war against my local branch of the LAPL for making the title Beauty Evolution freely available to minors. Despite my repeated requests, they haven't even affixed so much as a warning sticker alerting the reader that evolution is little more than a scientific hunch that's as easily disproven as global warming or any of those other moonbat histrionics tarted up as fact. But that's libraries for you: arrogant, hostile to Christianity, and unaccountable to anyone, not even taxpayers...

... which brings us to exhibit b:
Included in the Transportation-Treasury appropriations bill (H.R. 3058) for fiscal 2006 is a $250,000 earmark for the city of Utica, N.Y., which was designated for the replacement of windows at the Utica Public Library.

The House approved the bill on a 392-31 vote November 18. President Bush signed the $137.6 billion appropriations bill into law November 30.
I guess nothing is better for viewing a Christless nativity scene in your public library than natural sunlight pouring in through new windows. I'm going to assume it will be Christ-free, because their ornament (no holidays here -- unhappy or otherwise -- please) certainly is. Actually, the real mystery in all of this is why a Republican-dominated Congress would approve such an expenditure: Have all the pornographic arts already been fully funded? The answer, I suppose, lies in Our Republican Leaders' faulty perceptions of librarians as the responsible stewards of information, as opposed to the cold-blooded killers they truly are. Sister Nancy Beth is out to tell them otherwise.


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