Monday, June 8, 2009

Sometimes Nuts Can Be In A Pickle

Scott Roeder, who murdered Dr. George Tiller, told a reporter from jail that "I know there are many other similar events planned around the country as long as abortion remains legal" but refused to elaborate.

In other words, this man acknowledges that he possesses information about additional terroristic attacks to be conducted on "the homeland" but declines to divulge the information.

This must create intense cognitive dissonance for the likes of John Yoo, Dick Cheney and David Addington. I envision them huddled together, fondling their thumbscrews and electrodes and leashes, yearning to get busy getting medieval on somebody, yet wondering about the legal authority of Pres. Obama's "no torture" policy and torn between their lust for torture and their fealty to Republican Party platform dogma.

Another hate-ridden goober, Wiley Drake -- a pastor, one-time Southern Baptist Convention officer and former vice presidential candidate (running with Alan Keyes) -- has not only declared that the murder of Dr. Tiller was an answered "imprecatory" prayer but also announced that he is engaged in similar "imprecatory" prayer against President Obama and is 'praying for his death'.

The best way Christians could prosletyze would be to demonstrate that being a Christian can make a person one-one-thousandth of a degree better than the average person. Either that point eludes them, or they are incapable of exceeding the average by any margin.

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