No. No, He Wouldn’t

Posted on January 18, 2014 12:00 pm

An ethnic studies professor at UCLA has said that Jesus would support Obamacare.

That would be helpful, since only a miracle would make it work.

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12 Responses to “No. No, He Wouldn’t”

  1. Gendaibushi says:

    Seem people forget that Jesus likes bureaucrats so much that he braided a whip an beat them out of the temple.

  2. Jimmy says:

    Jesus would have viewed the Affordable Care Act as an obamanation.

    I’d like to see him beat the snot of Washington, D.C. today, @1. Where is the fire and brimstone when we need it?

  3. Harvey says:

    @2 – Jesus called. Said we should go ahead & start without him…

    Oh… and brimstone is pretty cheap at Amazon:

  4. Jimmy says:

    Roger that @3. So all we need now is the fire.

    Speaking of fire, I have GOT to get me one of those semiautomatic 22’s with subsonics. Two dozen crapping Canadian geese (damn Canadians!) are crapping all over my acreage! So as to not disturb my distant neighbors, I’m running around with a rake. But I have to wonder: what would Jesus do?

  5. walruskkkch says:

    I bet he meant Heyzeuz not Geezuz.

  6. Les says:

    Maybe send them on a nice vacation to scenic Indonesia.

  7. Les says:

    Last one in’s a rotten egg!

  8. jw says:

    @6 Les,

    beautiful images. wouldn’t want to be there, but nice to look at.

  9. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Sure he’d support it, by paying outrageous taxes to pay for the deadbeats who’ve never worked but need ‘health care’ for some reason.

  10. Iowa Jim says:

    I’m so glad that I no longer pay taxes in California. When I was, I was paying for clowns like “professor” Romero.

  11. Steve H says:

    An ethnic studies professor at UCLA has said that Jesus would support Obamacare.

    Only because Jesus paid His taxes.

  12. jw says:

    i think he might lump obamacare in with the moneylenders.

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