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Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Love the sinner, hate the skin

One of The Left's favorite pastimes is undermining God's Word. Already, liberals have used judicial activism to nullify the Bible's authority on homosexuality, the role of women, and slavery. Evidently that wasn't enough for them, so now the moonbats and their trial attorney allies are going after the sweetest plum, The Lord's sacred teachings on skin care:
A woman allegedly fired as a shoe store manager because of severe skin flaking from chronic psoriasis filed an employment discrimination and wrongful termination suit Friday against The Finish Line footwear company.

Catherine Noiboonsook, 25, was working at a Finish Line store in Lakewood, a suburb 20 miles south of Los Angeles, last April when a corporate official told her customers were concerned that the psoriasis, visible on her face and arms, was contagious.
One of the topics covered in my Biblical Roots of Cosmetology correspondence course was God's wrath as dermatological affliction. Diagnosis of a particular ailment wasn't as precise as it was now, thus leprosy became a catch-all term for a number of skin ailments, including psoriasis and eczema (which, by the way, is the name I chose for myself as an act of abjection to better serve The Lord... much like how Agnes Bojaxhiu chose "Mother Theresa of Calcutta" to help her in her own ministry... but I digress).

As my Prayer Warriors can attest, it is always best to err on the side of caution where our civilization's moral foundation is at risk. Even if this woman doesn't have leprosy, she has somehow displeased God and was rightfully denied employment by her Christian employers. What is she hiding? Why isn't she on trial? Instead of using litigation to suck the vitality out of America's economy, we should use it to find out what sins she's committed to cause The Lord to show His displeasure with her -- sounds like a suit for Liberty Counsel, if you ask me. Praise Him!


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