The Magic Underwear Speech Begs A Question

“We separate church and state affairs in this country, and for good reason. No religion should dictate to the state nor should the state interfere with the free practice of religion. But in recent years, the notion of the separation of church and state has been taken by some well beyond its original meaning. They seek to remove from the public domain any acknowledgment of God. Religion is seen as merely a private affair with no place in public life. It’s as if they are intent on establishing a new religion in America — the religion of secularism. They are wrong.”

Then which religion do you suggest should infest the public square, asshole?

And I’m A Genius, Genius

You’ve probably heard by now that David Kuo, an evangelical Christian conservative and former White House Staffer, has written a book that claims that the Bush administration was disingenuous and indeed downright dismissive of its evangelical supporters.

How about a big Nelson Muntz-style cheer for my friends in evangelical circles? Ha-ha.

You, fucktards, have apparently been hornschwaggled like the rest of America. I mean, who could have imagined when George W. Bush ascended to the throne promising something called the “White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives,” that it might conceivably be nothing more than a cynical tactic? for the President and his CREEP? Who could have imagined that this President uses religion for nothing but political gain, that he semaphores to his base over the rest of our heads and then calls them “ridiculous” “boorish” “nuts” in private?

This President? Conceited, ruthless, and completely callous? No. Way.

I cannot wait to get my paws on this book.