Archive for August, 2010

President Obama Cannot Possibly be a Christian

Monday, August 30th, 2010

I pulled this title directly from a post at Rightly Concerned, a blog published by the American Fundie Association. I’m so glad there is an organization that officially decrees what religion people are allowed to be. I wonder if there is an application form I have to fill out? Maybe it’s like Candid Camera. All […]

Dog the Jesus Hunter

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

I’ve been blogging about fundies for over four years. Haven’t I grown bored of it yet? Why, no. Just when I think I’ve seen all the weirdness the fundies can create, something like this comes along. What’s truly inexplicable is comments for this video have been turned off. I wonder why that could be?

The Crazy is Strong with This One

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

I’ve been sitting on this video for a while. I wanted to write more about the lunatic behind it, but I just don’t have the time these days. If you go to the video’s YouTube page and follow some of the links, you’ll see what I mean. So, umm, I guess by drinking Pepsi we’re […]

The Republicans Really Did Destroy the Country

Friday, August 13th, 2010

I’m not an expert on economics, but I think I know enough about it to be able to come to reasonably-informed opinions on the issues. I’ve been warning about the national debt to anybody who would listen since the late ’70s. You can’t run on deficit spending forever, yet that’s what we we’ve been doing. […]

If Anal Sex Were Legal, Everybody Would Want It!

Monday, August 9th, 2010

(From Comically Vintage) Unlike the woman in the above picture, the only pain in my ass is how many hours I’m working these days. It has been difficult to sit on the sidelines while Proposition 8 was declared unconstitutional. The fundies are throwing a fit! They’re having a conniption! I don’t think I’ve ever seen […]

I Haven’t Been Raptured (Yet)

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

Since I haven’t posted in over a week, I realized that most of you probably think I’ve been raptured. After all, if the rapture were to actually occur, so few Christians would qualify that we probably wouldn’t notice that it had even happened. I’m guessing that maybe six or eight people out of the entire […]