Monthly Archives: February 2012
…or at least the surface of it. See how this makes absolutely no sense. Once it´s over, watch it again but this time replace the Watering Can with the symbol that represents your religion and think with an honest heart and an open mind: Do your rituals really make sense now? Are you able to notice that ALL religions follow these same patterns, including yours?
Behold! The Crazy Watering Can lives!
If you´re performing rituals then you are being demanded to follow mindless orders. Think about it and think about this: ¨because everybody else does it¨ does not make it right or true. Pop the Bubble, because that´s all religion is.
How is it that this idiot is running for candidate to become the next President of the United States of America? How did he even get to where he is? And why did they let him get this far? Oh yeah, free Country. Very generous as well.
Anyway, this time Santorum is calling Obama a “snob” for encouraging people to attend college. Santorum has a B.A. and M.B.A. AND a J.D.
So basically Rick Santorum is saying that college professors indoctrinate good hard working skilful people and that Obama wants people to go to college to indoctrinate them in his image, whatever that means (as if all College professors and Obama we’re the same thing and shared the same exact thoughts and education systems). Rick wants to create jobs so people can remake their children in their own image instead of Obama’s. I ask: isn’t that what perfectly legal and accepted home schooling is for? What about all the Christian schools and Colleges? And again: since when do Colleges teach “Obama indoctrination”? What does that even mean and what does any of this have to do with creating jobs? This dude has a bad case of “the persecuted Christian”. He is desperate to become a Martyr. This person makes no sense every single time he opens his mouth, which is no surprise by now. You may recall Ricky telling Glenn Beck: “I understand why Barack Obama wants to send every kid to college, because of their indoctrination mills, absolutely… The indoctrination that is going on at the university level is a harm to our country.” (No Rick, you don’t understand anything). He added “62 percent of kids who go into college with a faith commitment leave without it.” (They should put a warning sign on every College: “Warning: Higher Education may be harmful to your ignorance”).
What did Obama have to say about people getting an education? What are the evil plans behind the “Antichrist’s agenda”?
“The jobs of the future are increasingly going to those with more than a high school degree,” he said. “And I have to make a point here: When I speak about higher education we’re not just talking about a four-year degree. We’re talking about somebody going to a community college and getting trained for that manufacturing job that now is requiring somebody walking through the door, handling a million-dollar piece of equipment. And they can’t go in there unless they’ve got some basic training beyond what they received in high school.”
“We all want Americans getting those jobs of the future. So we’re going to have to make sure that they’re getting the education that they need,” said the president.
You can read the rest here.
I don’t know about you, but that makes a hell lot more sense than what Santorum is saying but again, it is no surprise. What else does this bigot believe? Gays should not serve in the military, scientists have no morals, and Church and State need to be the same thing:
Yep. He said that. (Click on image for more)
This narrow minded douchebag wants to be president. And he’s really really popular:
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Of course this means that he’s backed up by a whole lot of people that “think” like him, agree with him and actually like him.
So how’s the weather in Mars? I’m thinking about moving…
…about Christians wanting to take your money. Why does God need money if He created the Universe? Oh yeah, because the church and the God of religions are the same thing and churches (humans, cough cough) need money. Oh well, this had me laughing for a while, then wondering: how do they get people to fall for this? Oh yeah, people will fall for anything.
Found this over at Christian Nightmares.
To criticize a person for their race is manifestly irrational and ridiculous, but to criticize their religion, that is a right. That is a freedom. The freedom to criticize ideas, any ideas – even if they are sincerely held beliefs – is one of the fundamental freedoms of society. A law which attempts to say you can criticize and ridicule ideas as long as they are not religious ideas is a very peculiar law indeed.