This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
Stream Of Consciousness Observations Regarding The 2012 State Of The Union
Obama insists he doesn't want our energy needs linked to unstable parts of the world. Then why did he veto the Keystone Oil Pipeline? Obama remarked his grandparents' generation triumphed over fascism. Yet fascism is the very economic system that he advocates. Perhaps not yet in terms of wide scale deprivation of human rights but rather in the technical sense of the means of production remaining privately owned but strictly controlled by the government. If we are all to play by the same set of rules, then why has it taken months for the National Park Service to do anything about the Occupy beatniks laying siege to a number of parks in Washington, DC? Why should it be portrayed as a greater tragedy when a "single mother" loses her job rather than a man with a wife that stays at home? Seems both domestic arrangements are in similar positions without income. In calling for a single source for the unemployed to seek information on training opportunities, doesn't that involve the federal government assuming more control over education? Obama insists it should be illegal for students to drop out of school before they are 18. Why should this be a matter of federal interference and what will the punishment be for those leaving prior to that age? If no country is better than any other according to multiculturalist dogma, then why should foreign students be allowed to remain here after graduation? If women are to earn equal pay for equal work, then make them lug the same weight around the stockroom or warehouse without having to seek masculine assistance to do so. If lightweight vests are being developed by federal researchers that can stop any bullet, will such protective garments be made available to civilians as well or do we have an obligation to be shot by law enforcement?
Interesting how it was mentioned derisively about a company that at one time only produced yachts. If it should be impermissible for insurance companies to charge more for women’s health coverage, then why should men have to pay more for motor vehicle policies? Obama claimed politics is not about clinging to rigid ideologies. So why is it conservatives that must always surrender their basic ideals and ideas? Obama claimed that government ought to only do what people are unable to do for themselves. Thing of it is, given his Frau's desire to manipulate and meddle in your dietary intake, the First Couple doesn't think you are really capable of doing anything for yourself. Obama wants to grant tax credits to businesses hiring veterans. Why should the military status of a business's employees be any business of the federal government? The best way to insure opportunities for veterans, as well as all other Americans, is for the federal government to know the least amount possible regarding the nation's workforce. If it doesn't matter in the military what color or gender you are, as Obama insists, why are certain standards lowered for females seeking advancement and White males held back because of the color of their skin rather than the content of their character. If color has no bearing in the military, why are we often reminded that Colin Powell was the first Black Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff as if that is suppose to immunize him against all criticism and scrutiny? Would Bob Gates have been kept on as Secretary of Defense had he been a solid conservative Republican rather than an ardent establishmentarian compromiser? Obama admonished the American people to look at what the nation could accomplish if the people were organized along military lines. However, the purpose of the military is to defend democracy, not practice it. In a civilian state, the average person is allowed to question the decrees and decisions of leaders elected, appointed, and bureaucratic. Such bottom up scrutiny is not allowed in the military and is punished severely. This analyst tabulated approximately 80 rounds of applause in the 2012 State of the Union Address.
Those Denying Resurrection Keep Religious Language To Spread Deception
In the 9/20/11 issues of Sojourners magazine is an advertisement for the 2012 Gladdening Light Symposium featuring Jesus Seminar scholar John Dominic Crossan. Part of the ad copy reads, "Feed the soul, savor the beauty, and experience the communion love of
Agape in the Gladdening Light of God." However, if Crossan is being heralded as what in show business and prize fights circles is called the main event, those in attendance will have very little to ultimately be glad about. Given the name of the symposium, the event frankly borders on false advertising. Anyone that has subscribed to the History Channel or A&E before both networks went nearly all alien autopsy and rummage sales has no doubt seen Crossan. He is a talking head that use to get dragged out around Christmas and Easter time for those specials that posture as giving viewers the latest dirt on the events of the Bible being bantered about in the halls of respectable academia. However, seldom do these programs confirm the accuracy of the Biblical accounts. Rather, the intended purpose is often to heap as much skepticism upon these narratives as possible. Crossan’s ticket to never picking up a bar tab (or in this case midwinter accommodations in sunny Florida) is that Jesus didn’t rise from the dead. Instead, Crossan believes Christ’s body was instead most likely eaten by dogs. But rather than surrendering to a life as a squeegee man if religion is such a colossal waste of time, Crossan has taken up the mission of destroying other people’s faith as well. It’s just that Crossan continues to hold onto Christian terminology to accomplish this task. And it’s quite the incentive to keep at it that mildly entertaining eccentric skeptics are invited on midwinter Florida speaking tours and squeegee men are not. Over the centuries, most have been drawn to Christianity as a result of its hope and promise of a blissful afterlife at the conclusion of this so very brief existence of terrestrial mortality. Crossan’s vision of Christianity’s allure is markedly different. On the surface, what Crossan and the Gladdening Light Foundation are calling for sounds quite a bit like Communism, but of a milksop variety lacking the backbone to do so without reference to God and along with the hopes that the religious buzzwords will draw in the easily duped. The ad copy reads, “...Crossan’s vision of God’s longing for a just and loving community representative of all (‘loving thy neighbor as thyself’ from Leviticus and the Gospel of Mark).” The paragraph concludes that, along with Crossan, a number of whom couldn’t otherwise get real jobs such as a “community choreographer” will speak about “their own creative aspirations struggling for transformation beyond societies that marginalize the disenfranchised.” This may need to be translated for those that don’t speak stoned hippy. What this really means is that your rights and property as an individual mean very little or even nothing.
It is only the group that counts since that is the only thing that lives on. In a materialistic universe without a Resurrection, we pass out of existence at death (or at best make a guest appearance as a garbled electronic voice phenomena on one of those cable TV spiritism shows that took the place of the kind programming Crossan used to be featured on when A&E and the Discovery Channel attempted to appeal to the educated). "Struggling for transformation" is the new euphemism for the old revolutionary phrase "by any means necessary". For now, the saps at the Gladdening Light Symposium are so naive that they think you will be so dazzled by COMMUNITY choreography (must be something like a Glee cast dance number) and Cherokee story telling that you will gladly hand everything you have over to what the ideological forbearers of these sorts of activities use to call the vanguard of the proletariat. Of course, they will skim some extra off the top for themselves. I'm sure John Dominic Crossan didn't come cheap and at least had his first class airfare provided while no doubt working into his lectures why the rest of us ought to flagellate ourselves over the developed world's carbon footprint. This still doesn't answer the most important question. What will prevent the likes of those worked up into such a froth of imminent expectancy from turning violent when they discover you aren't quite as moved as they thought you would be by fancy footwork and the cute little parables many American Indians seem to have a knack for? One should not try to deny that there will not be any bashing of Western civilization in general and America in particular at the symposium. This will be an automatic given. This can be discerned from the phrase "societies that marginalize the disenfranchised". But is a symposium where "Pilgrims concerned with the plight of the world's people will gather for an entire weekend of vigorous discussion, enlightened teaching, and thoughtful reflection" where the attendees don't actually travel to assist the disenfranchised but rather to the state whose very name epitomizes delightful winter comfort and luxury really going to accomplish all that much? About the closest any of the attendees will come to a Third Worlder is the picture of the African refugees placed in the left hand corner of the advertisement announcing the symposium. What this vigorous discussion, enlightened teaching, and thoughtful reflection will likely consist of is a bunch of moderately wealthy former hippies and their young adult children dreaming up additional ways to shame you out of your own money or how to swindle it away from you at the end of the taxman's gun if you aren't gullible enough to go along with the obsequious self-loathing. I Corinthians 15:19 says in regards to the Resurrection, "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." I Peter 1:16 assures, "For we have not followed cunningly devised fables, when we made known unto you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but were eyewitnesses of his majesty." Any doubting this central
teaching of the Christian message while continuing to employ the imagery and rhetoric of the faith is not out to instill hope but rather the most enslaving form of tyranny.
Quips & Observations
At the behest of Frau Obama, Pentagon officials are changing the chow at U.S. military bases around the world. Shouldn't those willing to die for their country be allowed to eat what they want? By pointing out that a certain individual was the first Black rather than the first person to do something, isn't that akin to insisting that those of that particular background are less than human? A CBS sweepstakes is offering a colonoscopy as the grand prize. This is no doubt a sign of things to come under Obamacare where once commonplace procedures will become increasingly rationed. Eventually, game show prizes will consist of bandages and aspirin. If the Department of Agriculture doesn't break down Food Stamps by race, on what grounds does the National Urban League Marc Morial argue that 70% of the recipients are White? And even if this number comprises the total number receiving this form of aide, who is to say that a disproportionate number of minorities are on them? When a number complain about “radically individualistic Christianity” what they really mean is that the church ought to decide for you those personal matters not clearly delineated in the pages of Scripture. What such theologians hope to create is a breed of Christian dependent upon the organizational clergy similar to the way Ned Flanders constantly bugs Rev. Lovejoy. If one is for the bag tax, doesn't one also have to praise increased fuels costs and taxes? Or do we only support fiscal punishments when they impact the vices and extravagances of others? A Cherokee baby has been snatched from adoptive White parents and returned to the biological father that abandoned the child (talk about an Indian giver). The ruling was justified on the grounds of "cultural preservation". And what does that consist of, standing in the welfare line stone drunk? Children need devoted parents, not culture. If White society wasn't dieing off, would it have returned the Cherokee baby without a fight? And to those outraged at such a statement, why ought Indians be allowed to take measures to preserve their culture but not White folks? The Constitution does not compel you to vote for members of theologically aberrant sects. Nor does it forbid you from voting for members of theologically aberrThe ant sects. Nor does the document proscribe taking away the property or liberties of theologically aberrant sects as certain Reconstructionists hint at but don't really come out and admit
directly but who often threaten you if you point out the implications of their ideology. Why shouldn't the Amish obey the law like the rest of us? In refusing to obey the law requiring a reflective orange triangle be placed upon their buggies, members of one particular Kentucky sect is basically saying their own ostentatious sense of piety is more important than everyone else's safety. One member insisted he would trust in God rather than the disputed safety apparatus for protection. However, if he really trusted God, wouldn't he give up traveling at night. If Paula Deen's diagnosis of diabetes is refutation of a diet of enjoyment, perhaps Linda McCartney's death by breast cancer should be invoked as refutation of vegetarianism. If Paula Deen had admitted to AIDS and been known to promote a life of promiscuity, would proponents of abstinence be permitted on the airwaves to heap condemnatory statements of "We told you so" upon her? Some are quite worked up as to whom took out an Iranian nuclear scientist. Would you rather we strategically eliminate those plotting our destruction or prefer that your loved ones and everything you have ever known be incinerated at 10,000 degrees. Or perhaps an electromagnetic pulse set off in the atmosphere wiping out the vast majority of our electronics. We would be reduced to such a medieval state that you would wish you had been incinerated at 10,000. If it is wrong for a church to operate an onsite bookstore, why is it proper to allow missionaries to set up a table in the back to peddle their own wares such as books and tapes? Interesting how if a Christian author makes money selling a book it is condemned as crass "merchandizing" but if a pastor of a church does, it is deemed granting the man of God just compensation. So why is it that hireling clergy should be granted compensation for their knowledge and dedication to study but not those of us laboring beyond the confined of the formalized ecclesiastical establishment? The hireling clergy certainly have the average pewsitting Christian boxed in. On the one hand, you are condemned if you speak out or have interests in matters that go beyond those areas considered traditionally churchy. Then you are told to keep quite if you speak up regarding these matters considered traditionally churchy since you are judged as being insufficiently educated in these regards. If a minister says that in terms of news, the truth lies somewhere between Fox and NPR, then why can't it be assumed that in regards to Christianity that the truth lies somewhere in between the poles of Independent Fundamentalism and Roman Catholicism rather than solely alone with one or the other? Pastor Greg Locke tweets that if you attend an all White church, that doesn’t proclaim an
all nation’s Gospel. But a White church should alter its liturgy or order of service to allow Blacks to jump all over the pews instead of reverently sit in them. Interesting some of those going on months prior in condemnation of those skipping church Christmas day are themselves exhibiting far more knowledge and enthusiasm for postseason football than self-professed rigorous adherents of the alleged Sabbath really ought. The same elites condemning Burger Kings new delivery service are the same ones thinking they are so important that they can't be bothered going to the supermarket so they acquire victuals via Peapod. The lamentation that America is so far gone that the only hope is for foreign missionaries to rescue us undermines the professed Calvinism of the individual making the plea. If things are already predetermined with man unable to exert any influence one way or the other, missionary work is the equivalent of flatulence in a wind tunnel. Furthermore, if one is going to sneer down one's nose in condemnation of their fellow Americans and claim that only foreigners (who are often more debauched than Americans) are the only ones that can drag us out of our cultural mire, aren't you as condemned as the rest of us for simply talking and not really doing? A number of the ultrapious are attempting to promote the notion that if there are no godly candidates running in an election, then the true believer should perhaps refrain from voting all together. What we have here is a derivative of the old bait and switch tactic. Both Michelle Bachmann and Rick Santorum are both deeply motivated by their respective Christian faiths. However, in numerous Facebook status updates posted by proponents of this perspective, it is constantly reiterated that neither of these candidates is good enough. Those advocating such a position are not being fully open about their true position. According to this form of Christian Reconstructionism, if a candidate disagrees on so much as a single issue not even directly related to issues of soteriology or Christology, you are not only forbidden from electing them from elected office but also to toss them into outer darkness as one would any other unbeliever. The cover of the Jan 2012 issue of The Freeman insists that "Tough On Immigration Is Tough On Economic Growth". Would the analysts writing the article feel that way if foreign academics would do their particular jobs for less or moved nearly half of a village into a house next door to these particular eggheads. Contrary to the Obama Administration, if you can’t afford your own birth control, you really ought not to be having sex. The Obama Administration would increase insurance rates on cancer and cardiac patients so the town whore can have access to free birth control. Insisting that the residents of Montgomery County, Maryland shouldn't complain about a
five cent bag tax because a twenty cent one is being proposed in Virginia is almost akin to saying Black folks shouldn't complain about being forced to the back of the bus in the American south because Jews were forced into boxcars in Germany. Using Iowa results as a model, does that mean if Gingrich wins in South Carolina, it will still be reported as a Romney victory? Given their mindset, it's a wonder that supporters of the bag tax allow those of us below them on the social ladder to select our own foods or even eat. Think that such a claim is outlandish? It is only a matter of time. It's just that those that can't get their minds around the concept "just don't like change" to quote one bag tax proponent. Would the Ku Klux Klan be permitted to camp for an extended period in DC parks the way the Occupy pustules have? If airport scanners detect a suspicious spot located around the knee, is there any legitimate reason why the crotch needs to be molested? In last year's State of the Union, Obama promised high speed rail for all Americans. Maybe this year it will be Commodore 64's, Atari Game sets, and Sony Walkmans. Interesting some that would denounce Glenn Beck as a danger because the broadcaster urges the stockpiling of provisions during a time of upheaval have little problem positively extolling ministries that hint at a desire to curtail the constitutional liberties of those that differ over matters of soteriology, Christology, and ecclesiology. So if camera are going to record motorists driving recklessly around school buses, how about cameras recording reckless school bus drivers? I guess leftists insist we can't assail the ineptitude of these education professionals either. Scientists have discovered that, through the application of certain hormones, they can activate dormant genes in an ant's genome to create monstrosities of enhanced ability. Wonder how long until they attempt to do the same thing to human embryos in the attempt to create the supersoldiers of the future. So if we are to function under the paradigm that married couples aren't a family until they have a child together, then the Brady Bunch wasn't a family. So if a married couple aren't considered a family until they procreate, does that mean one with 10 children ought to be considered more of a family than a couple with two children? So an elderly man and woman whose spouses die and they get married shouldn't be considered a family? Or is that they since they have children from previous marriages they are grandfathered in under the "better than everybody else" clause?
There is nothing in Scripture indicating that a husband and wife without children aren't a family. It is nothing other than blatant hypocrisy of the first order for a married person that has conscientiously elaborated why they deliberately refuse to have children to lecture those of us that have not married, for whatever reason decided upon by the predestinatrian God they babble about incessantly, on how we are second class Christians. All that fathering a child proves is that you have found a semi-willing depository into which you jiggle your privates. If I am not considered a true Christian or am seen as a second class one because I haven't married and reproduced, that church or ministry will never receive a single cent of my tithe dollar. Are some of you people so ignorant that you won't be happy until you see the corpses of your theological opponents dangling from trees like in the Thirty Years War? I hope those falling for the notion that a married couple without children are not a family realize that this notion is gaining ground so that those propagating it can either suck more money out of your pocket or manipulate you in such a fashion as to exert more control over your existence. If students are allowed to violate established grooming standards for Locks Of Love, does that mean they can cuss out the teacher in the name of Turrets’ awareness? Casa de Maryland had initially challenged the validity of signatures collected in opposition to the Dream Act. Interestingly, illegal alien front groups like that organization tend to denounce proof of ID in order to vote. Who is the greater fearmonger? Is it the person warning of pending cataclysm and by so doing allowing those hearing the warning to potentially escape the tragedy or prepare for the upheaval? Or is it the person that repeatedly emphasizes the glories of predestination and the erroneous assumptions about free choice? Because if there is no choice there is nothing that can be done about it anyway. Maternity Leave is one thing. However, once they return to work, the reproducing should work the same number of hours as everyone else and the time taken off for their children should come from vacation or sick leave. I doubt the hymn "He Touched Me" was played at Joe Paterno's memorial service. Bill O'Reilly says it is not the spirit of America that certain conservatives are criticizing the selection of Ellen The Degenerate as JC Penny spokes pervert. Did he rise to the defense of the actions taken by MSNBC against Pat Buchanan at the behest of leftwing Jews?
Interesting philosophical contrast. Gingrich would expand our technological horizons through the development of a lunar colony. Democrats want to limit our choice of lightbulbs, restrict where America can search for additional energy resources, and likely even eliminate the private automobile if given the opportunity. If Russell Simmons wants to identify with Occupy Wall Street, shouldn't he turn down AT&T's offer to speak as part of its 28 Day Campaign of Black folk we are suppose to fawn all over? Does AT&T intend to do anything to inspire European-Americans into realizing that they are the future of the White race the way they are doing so for Blacks? Shouldn't the son of the Secretary of Transportation have known it might not be a bright idea for an American of such prominence to go trouncing through a Third World cesspool such as Egypt in upheaval? You’d think a prominent Jew such as David Brooks wouldn’t be so quick to call for compulsory labor and relocation. Maybe he’s also like to hang a placard reading “Work Shall Make You Free” along the perimeter of his national service detention center. Unless the Nation Magazine is going to come out in opposition to congressional districts set up to ensure the election of racial minorities, on what grounds does the publication run an article in the 2/20/12 edition condemning districts redrawn in the South to favor White Republican candidates? In Web 1.0, we looked at the Internet. In Web 2.0, we contributed content to the Internet. In Web 3.0, the Internet will be in us. How about in those areas where Scripture doesn't say much or could be interpreted validly in a number of certain ways without damaging the essential message that we are more careful in promulgating heavy-handed proclamations? In so doing, one might find fewer decent people leaving particular congregations. Rosie O'Donnell attempted to play matchmaker between Tim Tebow and a Playboy harlot, no doubt in an attempt to ridicule Tebow's Christian faith. Isn't O'Donnell doing this more offensive than someone introducing Rosie to a man, thinking this would cure her of her lesbianism? The Golden Corral chocolate fountain looks like a health hazard waiting to happen. I can imagine the roaches and the rats each night taking a leisurely dip after the establishment closes. If diners can dip a piece of fruit into a chocolate fountain, just think what else they are sticking in their. I doubt they are given a crash course in proper food handling techniques before being allowed to plunge on in.
In a CSPAN interview, leftwing commentator Bill Press jumped down the throat of a caller for saying "Democrat Party" rather than "Democratic Party". Press snapped that proper English be spoken. Is he going to be as vehement about English being made the official language and that concessions to bilingualism be abolished? The 1/26/12 issue of Beijing Review features a cover story examining how in Red China "Government uses the power of micro-blogging to facilitate transparency". Will this include explaining abuses against House Churches such as the imprisoned diabetic pastor that was denied his insulin? If an insurance plan is mandated to pay 100% for gynecological examines, do they plan to do the same for prostate upkeep? A man can just as easily die if his privates go bad as a woman can from hers. Judeosupremacists ousting Pat Buchanan from MSNBC will certainly put to rest rumors about the "you-know-who's" controlling the media. Hope the Jews do realize that, to the likes of radical minorities, they just look for the most part like other White people. If leftist Jews can agitate to have Pat Buchanan removed from television, is it then proper to agitate to have leftist Jews removed from the airwaves? By kicking Pat Buchanan out the door, MSNBC is admitting that Buchanan's thesis about the demise of the White race is so correct that it cannot be refuted in light of rational analysis. Interesting how the leftists outraged by Santorum's moral philosophy towards women are oddly silent regarding Islamist atrocities against that particular gender. With all this clamoring for free contraceptives, it seems woman are more obsessed with sex and what is between their legs than most men are. Married to someone as slow and dull as Allan Greenspan, the talk of the strategically placed analgesic was probably the closest Andrea Mitchell has had to anything between the legs in years. If Foster Friess' comments were off color and he shouldn't have said them, shouldn't the same be said of the incessant hoping from bed to bed of those that need birth control handouts to begin with? Married folks wouldn't have a problem paying for it themselves. Interesting that a comical remark about an aspirin between the knees is an economical form of birth control is off color. I guess the hacked to pieces body of an aborted baby is, however, just the right shade.
Did Intern Squeeze President Kennedy's Rubber Ducky? Buffy Poised To Slay Babies Rather Than Vampires Rabbi Declares Disgraced Minister King Of The New Birth Was Hitler Cloned At Secret Antarctic Base? Are Witchdoctors Taking Over Latin America? Was A Wooly Mammoth Filmed In Siberia? Is Fran Drescher’s Irritating Screech An Extraterrestrial Sonic Warfare Experiment? Solar Ejaculate Hurls Towards Earth Will Female Lego Men Compel Young Girls To Stick Fingers Down Their Throats? Nobel Committee Concluded Lord Of The Rings Wasn’t A Good Story Cardinal Shouldn’t Apologize For Comparing Gay Pride Parade To Klan Rally Obama Undermines No Child Left Behind Is Nicholas Cage A Time Traveling Civil War Vampire? Are Vatican Leftists Platting To Assassinate The Pope? Malcontents Attempting To Usurp Vatican Authority? Government Denies The Existence Of Morgellon's Disease Will High Taxes Outsource Wallace & Gromit Did HBO Producers Abuse Horses? Hypereducated Call For The Abandonment Of Traditional Literacy Obama Funnels Environmental Funds To Hamas Terrorists Sodomite Priest With AIDS Stages His Own Execution Public School Chorus Sings Song In Praise Of Allah
Does Glenn Beck's Latest Campaign Dangerously Blur Theological Distinctives? Insightful Santorum Policy Tome Dismissed As "Mysterious" Army Forces Men To Wear Fake Boobs In Training Will Van Jones Seize Control Of The Democratic Party? Food Gestapo Deems Chicken Nuggets Healthier Than Turkey & Cheese
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
We've moved you to where you read on your other device.
Get the full title to continue listening from where you left off, or restart the preview.