News that Will Drive You To Drink

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That separation of church and state thingie seems to be suspended in Kentucky, which already has tax money going to theocrat grifter Ken Ham and his Ark Park After Dark. Anyway, KY Gov. Bevin is leaving nothing to chance:

Bevin declares 2017 the ‘Year of the Bible’ in Kentucky

The “Year of the Bible” will apparently last 24 months in Kentucky.

Gov. Matt Bevin has declared 2017 the “Year of the Bible” in Kentucky even though he proclaimed 2016 the “Year of the Bible” last December.

And if that is not an endorsement of one religion over another by the government of KY, then what is? Doing it a second year in a row? Dude has a serious lack of imagination on how to evangelize the rubes.

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7 Responses to News that Will Drive You To Drink

  1. Jim says:

    I genuinely feel bad for any remaining Democrat in KY. The state’s political culture is so utterly self-destructive that the state will continue to lose its young and innovative citizens and just continue to degenerate. It’s the Kansas model and the Conservatives in these states are clearly happy to vote themselves into irrelevance except every 4 years when they can vote for the President and the Congress which will make them even poorer and more powerless.


  2. roket says:

    He’s wrong. It’s Year 6K17 of the Bible.


  3. C Montgomery Burns says:

    Proof there is no god, at least a god with taste.


  4. vonBeavis says:

    “Oh, the irony … the irony!”


  5. HenryWallace says:

    Apparently in Conservative Cosmology there really are no new ideas.

    1983 was national Year of the Bible.

    This seems to be a pathetic attempt to mimic Saint Ronald of Reagan, the born again horndog Conservative who spent the later part of his life playing the part of a well-paid paragon of moral virtue.


  6. Bruce388 says:

    Maybe the Year of the Bible coincides with cicadas.


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