Month: July 2013
Once your worldview of Islam widens and you see the whole picture, and not the tidy, politically correct bill of goods you’re being sold by advocates of Islam, such as Barack Obama himself, you will begin to understand two things; why nations which embrace Islam may have Twitter and cell phones, but their economies and cultures are still in the 6th Century A.D., and why young Muslims are waiting in line to get the hell out of their mortal existences as fast as they can.
Well, the problem is not really the size of his pee pee. You see, he tends to exaggerate using camera optics and special angles. People think his pee pee, er, python, is big. It’s really not. The thing that bothers me is that he has pictures of it on the Internet, NYCT buses, Times Square Jumbotron, and he’s actually publishing a book for children called, “Anthony and His Big Friend.”
As beneficent as it sounds to create showcases of collective “healing,” such public displays–complete with remarks by politicians and agendas formulated by various advocacy groups–find their true purpose in chronically opening old wounds to revive political issues. In the cases of Aurora, Newton, and Columbine, the issue is gun control.
“Profiling,” the disdainful, politically correct label given to the practice of looking at someone and assessing what they look like, is hated by the Left when employed by the guilty white man, but when whites are identified as whites by minorities, with a generous side of racist “crackas,” and black rage cake for dessert, “profiling” becomes a political smorgasbord for Democrats.
Liberals think in terms of sexual impropriety, and thus project their own pathologies onto everyone else, especially their political enemies.
I’m a bad gardener. My most prized vegetables have been a tomato that looked like Richard Nixon, a bell pepper that looked like Jimmy Durante, and a carrot that looked like a turnip.
The History of repeated Injuries and Usurpations by the guy whose middle name is Hussein is not unlike that which the Founding Fathers enumerated as justification for declaring independence from George III’s England.
The Lord’s commandment to “Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father.” Matt. 5:48 ( 3 Ne. 12:48 ) has been misinterpreted to mean perfection of condition rather than perfecting of character. My message to Mormons is that Heaven–the Celestial Kingdom–is not owning the biggest house in the nicest suburb in the best ward. The Celestial Kingdom is populated by those who have spent their lives refining their hearts and minds to think, reason, understand, and act more like Jesus Christ.