Kook-Bag, Kool-Aid drinker letter of the day

Jesus was a FREE Market Capitalist – Who Knew?

Gotta love it when neo-conservative theocrats write letters to the editor and misinterpret our founding fathers;

In plain English, our unalienable rights are endowed by our Creator (God), and it is the responsibility of our government to protect these rights.

No, our rights are endowed by us. God gave us our own brains and thoughts to govern ourselves. Individulism and independence is the backbone of a FREE society. Faith is an important facet of that, but it is only one rung in the ladder.

Christianity does not corrupt men; men corrupt Christianity.

Yeah, detective, that’s what we like to call Hypocrisy. It’s pretty prevelant, but does not affect my American Freedom one single damn bit.

Freedom is the result of democracy.

No Shit?! Thanks for the insight.

Christ is freedom’s father. Government’s confiscation of personal and financial freedom is the byproduct of socialism.

Jesus was actually a socialist (you know, helping your fellow man, etc. etc.). He warned us of the money changers, didn’t encourage us to be them. He got up in their shit, and wrecked their house and such.

I think you better throw away your current bible and pick up the King James version, it explains all of this in great detail, really.



4 comments ↓

#1 Angry Guy on 02.14.09 at 7:14 am

Your post makes it sound like you have different version than the King James version.
Maybe its the Little John version.
“And JC was all up in their grills, spittin his wisdom and dissin their house. And he said onto them, YEAYAH! WHAT??? OK!!”

#2 l3wis on 02.14.09 at 9:28 am

Actually my version is probably laying in the bottom of a box in my tool shed.

#3 Ghost of Dude on 02.15.09 at 8:20 am

Jesus was a hippie:

Sandals, organic food, long hair, beard, preaching about peace and love? All that’s missing is the patchouli.

#4 l3wis on 02.15.09 at 8:40 am

I know, funny shit. I have often laughed that Neo-Cons embrace Jesus, they are the total opposite of what he stood for and taught.

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