News that will drive you to drink
Crazy Unkka Pat says that liberals are zealots trying to destroy ‘our health supply’ — no word about vital juices.
- The totally credible Jim Garrow, who claims to have left the CIA to expose President Obama’s plans to conspire with space aliens to nuke Americans for George Soros is off his meds again:
The deal that’s been given to Obama, he has been given the assignment, the task, in order to put his place in history, this is going to be the defining moment for Obama that separates him from everybody.
There will be an announcement soon that there has been contact on a number of different fronts with a number of different nations from alien life forms and that Mr. Obama has been asked by the collective community of the world, the United Nations included, to be the spokesperson for the world to this alien race.
Of course the alien race has also requested that the most powerful nation in the world be represented as the people that they want to talk to. This will fix in time and space the fact that the alien presence is going to be made known to the rest of the world, all over the world at the same time and that Mr. Obama has been chosen to be the one to communicate, to be the communicator.
And I believe the announcement is supposed to be made in Roswell, New Mexico, Area 51.
And there’s also the usual stuff about selling off assets to the Chinese and that The Kenyan Usurper likes to chop off heads and whatnot. (The Truth is Viral)
- The National Organization for Marriage (ethics-challenged journalist and unwed mother Maggie Gallahger’s social engineering project to deny wedded bliss to the ‘mos) wonders if The Kenyan Usurper is using the crisis in Crimea to punish Xristian Xrazies in Russia. Apply Bettridge’s Law now. (NOM Blog)
- The Debbil and the Schedule Slip - I never thought about claiming the reason why the project was behind schedule was because Ol’ Scratch hisself was interfering with my plans, but that is exactly what Richard Gaeta argues: that since the launch of the Kickstarter for Bible Chronicles: The Call of Abraham, trouble has come into all their lives at Phoenix Interactive.
If Satan is rallying some of his resources to forestall, delay, or kill this project, I think, this must be a perceived threat to his kingdom,” adds Ken Frech, a religious mentor to the project. “I fully would expect something like this to have spiritual warfare. Look at the gospel accounts of demons and so forth. That’s reality. Many Americans don’t believe it anymore. That doesn’t change reality.”
The whole article is full of stuff like that. Could it be that no one wants to fund a Xristian Xrazie Bible Game? Some Say Yes! (Ol’ Scratch, for instance.) (Polygon)