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Friday, October 27, 2006

Beauty bath

Hating America is a full-time job for many on The Left, which puts Christians like me at a tactical disadvantage. While your average moonbat can spend the workday posting one entry after another lauding Ayatollah Pelosi while shredding the very fibers of Our Nation's Virtue, yours truly is subjected to unbearable cruelty and persecution here at the Beauty Palace, for no other reason than on account of my Christian Faith. How fortunate for America, then, that President Bush can take a break from his busy schedule of fundraising dinners and aggressive cardio workouts to do a little heavy lifting for America himself. Here's how a professional does it, ladies, so watch and learn:
President Bush said Friday the United States does not torture prisoners, commenting after Vice President Dick Cheney embraced the suggestion that a dunk in water might be useful to get terrorist suspects to talk.

Human rights groups complained that Cheney's words amounted to an endorsement of a torture technique known as "water boarding," in which the victim believes he is about to drown. The White House insisted Cheney was not talking about water boarding, but would not explain what he meant. ...

At his photo op, Bush said, "This country doesn't torture, we're not going to torture. We will interrogate people we pick up off the battlefield to determine whether or not they've got information that will be helpful to protect the country."
I find it utterly disingenous that liberals would try to depict a refreshing dip in the baptismal font of Freedom as torture. If nothing else, it demonstrates either their complete aversion or total unfamiliarity with personal hygiene. It also shows the very Christ-like nature of Our President: After that he poureth water into a bason, and began to wash the disciples' feet, and to wipe them with the towel wherewith he was girded. Christians, my mascara is streaming down my cheeks -- has there not been a better embodiment of Compassionate Conservatism during Our President's term of office than his campaign to bathe the jihadis?

Instead of excoriating them, we should be offering our deepest Praise to Our President and Vice President for turning the other cheek and trying to hydrate the skin of the terrorists. May the penetrating emollients of Liberty turn them all into Freedom-lovers. Praise Him!

5 Comments:

  • At October 27, 2006 8:20 PM, Blogger Seven Star Hand said…

    Hello Sister,

    The time has arrived for those blinded by religion to open their eyes, see the light, and help me vanquish the sword they have been deceived into supporting and wielding. How can Judeo-Christians blindly support rich and powerful leaders who rule using great wealth, deception, war, destruction, torture, and injustice when the messiah is supposed to deliver truth, wisdom, and justice, vanquish the sword, and dethrone the unjust, rich, and powerful? What is wrong with this picture?

    No leader of an empire ever truly believes the religions used to manipulate subjects. That would be like a drug dealer hooked on his product; its bad for business...

    Understanding why religion is strong delusion

    Christians often quote things like "know them by their fruits," yet after millennia of being duped into abetting blatantly evil scoundrels, many still don't understand the meaning or import of much of what they read. The same canon paradoxically propounds "faith," which means the complete opposite of "know them by their fruits," i.e., to discern the truth by analyzing deeds and results (works) and to weigh actions instead of merely believing what is said.

    The deceptive circular logic of posing a fantasy messiah who urges both discernment of the truth and faith (belief without proof) clearly represents a skillful and purposeful effort to impose ignorance and confusion through "strong delusion." Any sage worth his salt could understand the folly of this contradictory so-called wisdom. This and mountains of evidence demonstrate that faith and religion are the opposite of truth and wisdom. It is no wonder charlatans like Rove, Bush, and others have marked Christians as dupes to be milked as long and as hard as possible. Any accomplished con artist easily recognizes religion as the ultimate scam and fervent followers as ready-made marks and dupes.

    We now live in an era where science has proven so much about the vastness, rationality, mathematical preciseness, and structural orderliness throughout every level of our 11-dimension universe. Nonetheless, large percentages of people still conclude that these flawed and contradictory religious canons are the unmodified and infallible "word of God." People who can't (or won't) discern the difference between truth and belief are easily misled about the differences between good and evil, wisdom and folly, perfection and error, reason and irrationality, and right and wrong.

    The fact that political leaders have always had close relationships with religious leaders while cooperating to manipulate followers to gain wealth and power is overwhelming evidence that the true purpose of religion is deception and delusion. People who are unable to effectively discern basic moral choices or to reason accurately are easily indoctrinated to follow the dictates of national and imperial leaders who wrap themselves in religious pretense. Truth and wisdom are direct threats to the existence and power of empires. That is why imperial leaders always strive to hide so-called secret knowledge and impose deception and ignorance upon their subjects.

    What then is the purpose of "faith" but to prevent otherwise good people from seeking to understand truth and wisdom?

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    Peace...

     
  • At October 28, 2006 7:06 AM, Blogger Alan said…

    A refreshing dip in the baptismal font of Freedom....

    I think I love you.

    Um, Seven Star, this is a comment area, not your blog. Just sayin', hon.

     
  • At October 28, 2006 6:44 PM, Blogger Lulu Maude said…

    Oh Nancy... no one can sum things up as eloquently as you can. Seven Star Hand could learn a thing or three.

    Praise You!

     
  • At October 30, 2006 8:34 PM, Blogger Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    7 Star: ???

    Alan: I think I love you.

    All men do. It is one of my many crosses to bear, alas.

    Lulu Maude: o one can sum things up as eloquently as you can

    I am merely a vessel for the Holy Spirit. I believe The Lord wants me to have a more laconic blogging style so I can spend more time doing online shopping.

     
  • At November 13, 2006 8:12 AM, Blogger lee said…

    Christ like?? Now that's a joke. Lied us into Iraq to make it a killing field of by some esitmates 80,000 innocent women and children and a recruiting field for Al Quaeda. (more hypocrisy)

     

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