Yes, John Hawkins, Evangelical Christians Do Want a Theocracy in America

You Brade Runnah?

Irony at it’s basest…

I don’t have the words to describe my disgust and outrage.

Yes, John Hawkins, Evangelical Christians Do Want a Theocracy in America
It’s kind of hard to believe that the titular guy who wrote the above article wrote a piece entitled ‘Keep Religion In Politcs’ only last November 2nd, but I have found that conservatives who have mastered Doublethink have incredibly short memories. If you can remember Fred Thompson referring to the sad political drama his party made of the death of Terry Schiavo as ‘ancient history’, you might know what I am talking about. Before I go any further, I will dispute his dipshit argument thusly. Of course all anyone who reads these words has to do is to search their own memories of experiences with the Fine & Charming Christian Conservatives Who Dwell Amongst Us and I’m certain you’ll find many Enlightening & Humorous Anecdotes of Dominionist Desire there. Lily, you attended a fine private Fundamentalist Christian Acadamy and I’m certain you could share some real knee-slappers that would underscore my point more eloquently than anything I’ve got.

4 Responses to “Yes, John Hawkins, Evangelical Christians Do Want a Theocracy in America”

  1. Everybody is the bogey-man these days. The socialists (Obama, Hillary, and Edwards) want government to be the new religion by pandering to your every imaginable need. The Libertarians, like Ron Paul, want you to worship the free market and the Constitution. Paleo-Cons want us to worship the dead white guys they cite endlessly.

    Yeah though, Huckleberry scares me. He must be stopped, and I will marshall the troops to defeat him, or the Mormon if the need arises.

  2. Here’s something of an update.
    http://thinkprogress.org/2007/12/12/king-christmas-ii/
    Yep, that Evangelical Christian Conservatie Congressman certainly isn’t telling Americans to worship Christ or anything… (sigh)

    johnnypeepers-
    Thank you for your comments.

  3. Evangelical Christians pander to the seriously personality-disordered in our culture. I’ve met many of the “same people” that I dealt with in a fundamentalist Christian school that I do now working in forensic psychiatry. The common threads seems to be an inability to function in a society without severe external controls on their thinking and behavior. The evangelicals are so arrogant that they assume everyone else suffers from the same lack of internal controls and intrinsic humanity.

  4. Lily-
    ‘I’ve met many of the “same people” that I dealt with in a fundamentalist Christian school that I do now working in forensic psychiatry. The common threads seems to be an inability to function in a society without severe external controls on their thinking and behavior. The evangelicals are so arrogant that they assume everyone else suffers from the same lack of internal controls and intrinsic humanity.’

    This is why you would be Pope if I ran the monkey parade.
    -WD

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