Chip Berlet over at PublicEye.org has written an excellent examination of the architecture of American Theonomy, Dominionism and Reconstructionism
Bush quietly seeks to make war powers permanent, by declaring indefinite state of war – http://tinyurl.com/6kh62b
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Illegal alien terrorist Mooninites, Ignignokt and Err seen above behaving badly, who surreptitiously invaded Boston, Massachusetts three weeks ago, were discovered on January 31, snarling traffic, blocking bridges and generally throwing city officials over the age of 30 into a panic.
The infamously rude illegal lunar immigrants, known far and wide for their penchant for leading innocents into a life of cigarettes, whiskey, grand and petty theft, vandalism, and gratuitous flipping of the bird, appeared all over Boston (and New York and Los Angeles and Seattle) but only in Boston were the citizens and officials so tragically unhip, so totally pwned by administration fueled fear, as to view the naughty creatures as a threat to public safety.
The newly elected Governor of Massachusetts is said to have referred to the incident as “Not Funny”, two words unfamiliar to Ignigknot and Err, who are generally acknowledged as being on the whole, hilarious, unlike say, the Squidbillies or 12oz. Mouse.
As of this posting, reports are coming in of arrests having been made. Still missing, however, is the common sense and intelligence of city and state officials. It has not been mentioned if the moon will be searched.
Nor has it been mentioned if the terror threat level was raised to fuchsia or lime green, to match the Mooninite’s Lunar pallor.
What’s that sound? Oh, it’s the muted giggles from other cities. They claim to be laughing with us, not at us.
I’ve always liked Keith Olbermann. While I’ve never been a big fan of professional organized sports, and of sports reporting, his appearances on ESPN were something to look forwards to.
I’d frankly forgotten about his show on MSNBC. No more. It now goes into the DVR recording queue.
The clip above (thank you http://www.mediamatters.org) is breathtaking. It reminds me of when Jon Stewart appeared on Crossfire and took them down a peg or two.
It is nice to know, as the war against reason progresses towards whatever end, that folks like him are standing up to be counted.
…twiddles fingers…clips toenails…humms a song…
Ah, you’re back.
Is it just me, or is there some seriously brain damaged behavior going on in Florida? Oh, alright. Maybe “brain damaged” is a bit strong.
Perhaps I’m too much of a pragmatist. I know everyone has a right to vote for whomever they want, but, come on, do the 2% Nader supporters really want to see 4 more years of a GWB Presidency? Ideals are one thing, but isn’t this cutting off your nose to spite your face?
Is it just me or does it seem to anyone else that Reason, sweet Reason itself, is under attack these days?
I know that there has long been an anti-intellectual bent to American life. There seems to be this constant, underlying thought that, “It’s Dangerous to Think Too Much.” I wonder if we’re the only democracy that criticizes some candidates for being a bit too smart?
And so, I wonder, as the conflict between those driven by Jihad and those driven by Crusade (did it ever really end?) rises to a fever pitch, will those who favor thought over faith be crushed, like grapes between two anvils?