Rick Perry Insane Neo-Confederate Con Artist

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whit3jesusdinrickperr2I was explaining to Tracy on the train that the anti-abortion movement was invented by Paul Weyrich in order to counter the Civil Rights Movement, after the government took away Fed funding from Bob Jones University because Bob – the evangelical tyrant – made it illegal for bi-racial couples to attend his college. The evangelicals and neo-Confederates have claimed the Burbs and Rural areas as their refuge while they wait for Jesus to come and destroy the evil cities that suck-up their taxes. To get around the truth Jesus looks like a hippie and was for the poor and disenfranchised, the Democrats had to be demonized, turned into baby-killers (Vietnam) who love to kill embryos like Hitler the socialist did. How can they be the sustainers of Social programs when they hate human life?

I had to get off the train at Seattle to catch my train to Eugene, or, Tracy would have heard more about my minister who threw me out of his church. Gary said this one fine Sunday morning;

“I wish the Soviet Union would nuke San Francisco so as to rid that city of homosexuals.”

Is this kind of thinking good for the economy – that happens in big cities? Bubba-Jesus promises to level most big cities when he returns, while we hippies want to save them. I told Tracy we Bohemians need to form and fund our own think tanks to counter Weyrichs’ Heritage Foundation. That is Paul in top photo. He looks like a locust cloned by aliens from space who want to destroy Earth from within by giving us a self-fulfilling doomsday prophecy.

Can Cosmic Hippie save us from the Bug People riding dinosaurs into holy battle?

Here is the insane evangelical museum;

http://creationmuseum.org/about/

Jon

For anyone who knows the history of the religious right, the possible revocation of tax-exempt status for claimed religious belief is a potent flashpoint. In his book, Thy Kingdom Come: An Evangelical’s Lament, religion historian Randall Balmer argues that contrary to conventional wisdom, which Balmar calls the “abortion myth”, evangelical voters were not propelled to political activism by the supreme court’s 1973 decision in Roe v Wade.

Instead, the issue that mobilized these voters was the IRS’s 1975 revocation of the tax-exempt status of the segregationist Bob Jones University. Rightwing religious architect Paul Weyrich told Balmer that it was “the federal government’s moves against Christian schools” that actually “enraged the Christian community”.

Bob Jones University claimed its ban on interracial dating and admission of students in interracial marriages was rooted in the Bible. It did not end its ban on interracial dating until 2000. The IRS’s decision – which went through protracted litigation that ultimately ended when the supreme court let the revocation stand – was in response to new IRS regulations and a 1972 Supreme Court case holding that educational institutions with racially discriminatory policies were not entitled to tax exemption.

Balmar concluded:

“The Religious Right arose as a political movement for the purpose, effectively, of defending racial discrimination at Bob Jones University and at other segregated schools.”

Denying tax-exempt status to racially discriminatory schools – regardless of whether they claim their religion commands it – is not the only issue which the IRS can lawfully examine an applicant’s or organization’s activities. Under IRS regulations, tax-exempt organizations “may not have purposes or activities that are illegal or violate fundamental public policy”. The Bob Jones University case is just one example of the IRS applying this test. Its treatment of anti-abortion groups may be another.

Questioning anti-abortion groups – even the content of their prayers – could very likely have been aimed at determining whether these groups engaged in activities outside abortion clinics that ran afoul of the law. Because of the history of abortion clinic violence by those claiming a religious imperative, the IRS could have been attempting to determine whether the groups’ activities were in violation of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act (Face), a 1994 law which prohibits the use of force, the threat of force, or physical obstruction to injure, intimidate or interfere with someone’s access to or provision of reproductive health services.

At last week’s hearing, Schock entered a 150-page exhibit into the congressional record, a compilation of correspondence about tax-exempt status of three anti-abortion organizations. Two of them, Christian Voices for Life and Coalition for Life of Iowa, claim they were subjected to “unwarranted” questioning during the application process. A third, Small Victories, which already had tax-exempt status, claims to have been “harassed” and exposed to an “intrusive investigation”. Christian Voices for Life and Coalition for Life of Iowa eventually obtained their tax-exempt status, and Small Victories’ remained intact.

Paul M. Weyrich (October 7, 1942 – December 18, 2008)[1][2][3][4] was an American religious conservative political activist and commentator, most notable as a figurehead of the New Right. He co-founded the Heritage Foundation,[5] a conservative think tank, the Free Congress Foundation, another conservative think tank, and the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). He switched from the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church to that of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church and was ordained protodeacon.

The Heritage Foundation is an American conservative think tank based in Washington, D.C. Heritage’s stated mission is to “formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense”.[2]
The foundation took a leading role in the conservative movement during the presidency of Ronald Reagan, whose policies drew significantly from Heritage’s policy study Mandate for Leadership.[3] Heritage has since continued to have a significant influence in U.S. public policy making, and is considered to be one of the most influential conservative research organizations in the United States.[4]

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On Saturday’s Melissa Harris-Perry show, MSNBC host Harris-Perry ranted against Texas Governor Rick Perry, tagging him as the “evil archenemy” of “super-heroine” Wendy Davis, and comparing the Republican governor to the Snidely Whiplash cartoon character known for leaving a woman tied down in the path of an oncoming train. Harris-Perry:

Be careful, Governor. You’re looking a lot like the villain who twirls his moustache and laughs while a speeding train is headed toward the woman you’ve tied to the tracks, although you might want to take a closer look at that train because Senator Davis has been hinting that she might be interested in your job. And right now, there’s a lot of momentum behind the “Wendy Davis express,” and it’s headed right for you.

The MNSBC host began the segment lauding State Senator Davis conferring on her the “super-heroine” label:

The success of the latest Superman reboot left me wondering: Can a sister get a super-heroine for a change? Well, someone must have been listening because this week I got my wish. Instead of a man of steel, we got a woman with backbone when Texas State Senator Wendy Davis used the powers endowed to her not by the yellow sun but by the citizens of Texas to save the day.

Referring to Governor Perry, she added:

But, of course, every great superhero must also square off against an equally evil archenemy.

Below is a complete transcript of the segment from the Saturday, June 28, Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC:

MELISSA HARRIS-PERRY: The success of the latest Superman reboot left me wondering: Can a sister get a super-heroine for a change? Well, someone must have been listening because this week I got my wish. Instead of a man of steel, we got a woman with backbone when Texas State Senator Wendy Davis used the powers endowed to her not by the yellow sun but by the citizens of Texas to save the day.

But, of course, every great superhero must also square off against an equally evil archenemy. And while Senator Davis is fully capable of taking on her nemesis on her own, I thought I’d play sidekick and give him a few kicks with my letter this week.

Dear Governor Rick Perry,

It’s me, Melissa. You, sir, have taken the term, “Adding insult to injury,” to an all new low this week. It was bad enough that you forced the Texas legislature to extend its legislative session for an additional 30 days for the express purpose of adding legislation to restrict reproductive choice.

Two dozen anti-abortion bills that all failed to reach the floor of either chamber after your fellow party members in the legislature figured out what you seem to have trouble comprehending: Texans don’t like it when you try to erect barriers against women’s health care.

But you just couldn’t stand to leave well enough alone, could you? You just had to give the legislature another shot at banning abortion after 20 weeks and passing laws to force 37 of Texas’s 42 abortion providers to shut down. Governor, you are so hell bent on pushing your agenda of outlawing all abortion that I’m sure it came as somewhat of a surprise to you when the people pushed back. Since you clearly have a problem hearing what they want, Texans literally raised their voices shouted to be heard, and led by a champion of the people whose message was clear: Preserving the right to women’s reproductive choice is the only choice. Well, guess that hearing problem of yours was acting up again because when Wendy Davis spoke, you apparently heard something entirely different.

GOVERNOR RICK PERRY (R-TX): She was the daughter of a single mother. She was a teenage mother herself. She managed to eventually graduate from Harvard Law School and serve in the Texas Senate. It’s just unfortunate that she hasn’t learned from her own example that every life must be given a chance to realize its full potential and that every life matters.

HARRIS-PERRY: Oh, yeah? Now, let’s put aside, for the moment, the irony of you holding forth on the sanctity of every life right before you went and oversaw Texas’s 500th death by execution because what’s really unfortunate is that you haven’t learned from Wendy Davis’s example. She recognizes that all she has been able to accomplish was thanks, in part, to having what Senator Davis called “the privilege of making a choice.”

You, on the other hand, have chosen to use your privilege to hurt instead of help women and families. And yet, another special session to resurrect the bill that Senator Davis and her pro-choice allies succeeded in killing to restore what you called, quote, “the breakdown of decorum and decency.”

Okay, spare me the decency talk because, really, what would you know about decency? What’s decent about refusing a Medicaid expansion leaving 1.5 million poor, elderly and disabled Texans without health coverage.There’s certainly nothing decent about defunding your state’s family planning clinics last year, leaving more than 140,000 Texas women without health services forced to carry 30,000 unintended pregnancies to term, and punctuating all that by saying this week, quote: “The louder they scream, the more we know that we are getting something done.”

Be careful, Governor. You’re looking a lot like the villain who twirls his moustache and laughs while a speeding train is headed toward the woman you’ve tied to the tracks, although you might want to take a closer look at that train because Senator Davis has been hinting that she might be interested in your job. And right now, there’s a lot of momentum behind the “Wendy Davis express,” and it’s headed right for you.

Sincerely,
Melissa

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Scientists Prove Jesus Walked with Dinosaurs

By Moses Rosenberg 22/02/2008 05:51:00

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PETERSBURG – Kentucky – A panel of prominent scientists and paleontologists have discovered new groundbreaking evidence that Jesus walked with dinosaurs.

Jesus and his disciples walked with dinosaurs 2000 years ago and the earth and universe are only 10,000 years old.

Independent scientists funded by the Christian Neocon Church of Kentucky have also discovered that Adam and Eve wore fashionable garments given by God. This goes against the grain of the popular belief that they wore leaves over their genitalia in the garden of Eden.

These are just some of the myriad of facts which have now been discovered to be true by the scientists working in tandem with archeologists all over America.

Evolution Myth

Professor Alan Johnsons from the University of Mobile, Alabama says: “Blasphemers and evolutionists deny the fact that humans and dinosaurs coexisted. This is not the true Christian path that God and Jesus wrote

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about.

“Children and adults outside of America are indoctrinated with the false ‘belief’ that man did not co-exist with dinosaurs starting from early childhood with books that teach it. It’s reinforced in their school systems, the media and the entertainment industry.

“God wrote in the bible that he created humans and dinosaurs on the same day. Jesus walked and talked with dinosaurs. He even had one as a pet sometimes – an Agilisaurus which he kept in his carpentry workshop. We have eyewitness accounts and scientific evidence about this, folks, and it’s all in the Bible.”

The scientific study was not only all encompassing with profound discoveries in three continents, but also took over twenty years of research to finally come up with definitive answers to everything.

George W Bush has even been named patron of the creationist movement and was last year honoured at Kentucky Fry University with a Masters in Young Earth Studies.

The University at Kentucky Fry has also discovered dinosaur footprints dated 2000 years ago alongside the footprints of man. This incredible discovery alone is enough to cement the theory.

It is hardcore discoveries like this and a dinosaur claw mark on the Turin Shroud which have proved evolutionists are wrong in every way.

More Great Bible Facts

– Jesus had pale white skin with blonde hair and blue eyes and this endeared him to his pet Agilisaurus.

– There is evidence to suggest that Jesus and his disciples had mullet haircuts.

– The disciples of the messiah would often travel on the backs of large flying dinosaurs similar to the Rhambphorhynchus Anurognathus on their way to the sea of Galilee. The large flying reptile Pterosaurs are also mentioned from the teachings of the lord Jesus Christ himself when speaking with Nicodemus (Jn. 3:14).

– Noah’s Ark carried many dinosaurs including the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Brachiosaurus as well as tiny insects and bugs.

– Adam saved Eve from being eaten by a Carnotaurus one day and was rewarded with intercourse. This is how the human race initially multiplied.

– Only Americans who believe in Jesus walking with dinosaurs will be taken up to be with him and all his friends in heaven when the Rapture comes.

According to a 2001 Gallup poll, about 59% of Americans believe that “God created humans and dinosaurs pretty much in their present form at one time within the last 10,000 years or so.”

Another 27% believe that “human beings have developed over millions of years from less advanced forms of life, but God guided this process.” Only 14% believe that “human beings have developed over millions of years from less advanced forms of life, but God had no part in this process.”

Don’t forget to visit the Creation Museum in Kentucky which realistically brings the pages of the Bible to life. Designed by a former Universal Studios exhibit director, the museum is an informative haven for the whole family.

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