“As Cyprus and the European Union demanded that banks extract a good bit of its citizens’ savings, some came to Him saying, “Great Orator, we know that you are the most intelligent one and truthful and teach the way of god faithfully and defer to no one. Tell us therefore, what do you think? Is it lawful for the federal government to take citizens’ savings?””
“But Obama perceived their confusion and said, “You silly cradle-to-grave wards of the state, show me the currency to be taken by the state.””
“And they brought him a dollar bill.”
“And He said to them, “Whose likeness and inscription is this?””
“They said to Him, “Washington’s.””
“He said to them, “Then render to Washington the things that are Washington’s, and to god… meh.””
“And hearing this, they marveled, and leaving Him, they went away to buy guns and stock up on ammunition.”
Of course, this leads to the contentious debate: When we genetically resurrect dinosaurs for use in the military, should we consider putting lasers on them instead of rocket launchers?
Now, you know I’ve always been pro-rocket launchers on dinosaurs. Rocket launchers blow things up; it seems like the obvious addition to the natural strengths of the dinosaur. But others say it should be lasers. Lasers are high tech, and that compliments the high tech nature of genetically resurrected dinosaurs. Still, I think the explosions of rocket launchers are cooler and I’m just not as impressed by lasers unless they actually make the “Pew! Pew!” sound like in the movies.
Works like this: I feed you Moon Nukers a straight line, and you hit me with a punch line in the comments.
The White House, at taxpayer expense, will host a concert featuring Justin Timberlake, Al Green, Ben Harper, Queen Latifah, Cyndi Lauper, Joshua Ledet, Sam Moore, Charlie Musselwhite, Mavis Staples, and others. The highlight of the evening will be…
Moloch was this god that people long ago supposedly sacrificed their children to. They’d actually burn their children alive in the bronze hands of this idol — a priest beating a drum to drown out their cries — and this was all done to appease the god and earn themselves a better future. It seems rather fantastical — who could really do this to their children — but then we see the account of Kermit Gosnell who murdered countless infants — some screaming as he did it — and the media reaction is silence.
Is this where reproductive rights is now? Children cry out in pain as they’re murdered have to be ignored? This is our sacrifice to Moloch to gain… what exactly? When people embraced the blood and murder of abortion, there isn’t a bottom to the depths they’d have to sink to continue to justify it in their minds. Yet, it’s horrific to watch it play out. The brutal slaughter of infants — born alive and their spinal cords severed — and all the righteous abortion advocates can do is turn their heads away.
Whenever in the future the left accuse the right of awful things like racism or pretend to care about children or anyone else, remember their reaction — or lack thereof — to Kermit Gosnell and his countless, horrific murders. There is nothing so horrible they can accuse others of that will match what they’ve become to justify their violence.
The only way choosing between Obama’s useless gun control and the NRA will lead to dead kids is if Obama is threatening to murder them.
I thought we fought a war to keep a collective from owning our kids or am I thinking of Star Trek?
I think all Senators should be bugged. I don’t trust any of those guys.
I’m all for bugging each others campaigns being the new norm. I’m guessing the left say much more interesting things in private.
There is nothing the left can accuse the right of as horrible as this issue they choose to remain silent about.
Is that what the “women’s rights” is now? Having to ignore a screaming child as she’s murdered?
Very proud of my daughter today. For the first time ever, she correctly answered a “why are you doing something” question. Usually it’s: “Why are you crying?” “Because I’m crying!” Seems like a communication milestone to get past that.
It’s dangerous trying to grab any of my guns because they’re very protective of each other.
First it’s “their society’s children” and then it’s “that’s society’s bacon” and then violence and screaming and I have a good night’s sleep.
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