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Sunday, February 20, 2005

Here's a good one for all the atheists/open-minded/generally tolerant folks out there:

Repent America

Notice that the site's front page has two entry options: Christian & All Others, which is my preferred entrance, as it gives an over-simplified explanation of the Ten Commandments that, if you accept it, means that there's no way in Hell that you, you horrifying sinner, are going to get into Heaven.

My favorite, FAVORITE part of the site has to be the "Ain't Hardly Nobody Going To Heaven" counter located here (left hand side, scroll down, under the tribute the Judge Roy Moore), which points out that 153,000 people are going to die today, and that most of them aren't 'saved', and then helpfully counts the number of folks who've died since you got to the site and are, presumably, headed right for Satan's playhouse.

And, y'know, I almost thought there were parts of this site that I thought I was going to agree with when I stumbled across BushRevealed.com. Here, I'm thinking, I'll find some serious Christian thought given to the White House policies that punish the poor for their poverty, that punish the weak for their weakness, that would chastise our 'Christian' President for launching a war that murdered tens of thousands of people for what appears to be nothing but financial gain. That's a reasonable expectation for something called Bush Revealed, right?

Heh.

Here's what I found:

'BUSH 'WORSHIP' SHINTO TEMPLE TROUBLES CHRISTIANS IN JAPAN AND U.S.'

'
BUSH APPOINTS OPENLY GAY HOMOSEXUAL, FIRST EVER BY REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT'

'BUSH MEETS WITH GAY REPUBLICANS, SAYS GAY LIFESTYLE IS PERSONAL AND PRIVATE'

Yeah, seems like there's a little bit of hobbyhorse down there, huh? And "Gay Homosexual?" What, they're so pissed off that Bush let one gay guy inside (to head up the HIV/AIDS Commission, natch, 'cause straight people don't get those queer diseases, right?) that they had to make sure their slower readers didn't fail to understand it?

Anyway, that's my fun find for a Sunday morning. I suggest you go take a cruise through it, if only to help galvanize your particular hatred/intolerance. As for myself, it's just helped to shore up the thought that if this is the kind of people I'll find in Heaven, thank the Good Lord above that I'm headed for Hell.


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