Folding, spindeling, and mutilating lauguage for fun since Aug, 2004
Friday, 17 October 2008

Then the AFA wouldn't have to send out letters like this, and incite people to violence and hate:

before you know it, they'll go from burning books to burning people.

Hey AFA!  It's true, the America where wealth is artificially redistributed by a rigged system from the middle class to the upperclass is disappearing.  People in the suburbs are tired of going to the foodshelf to cut costs on groceries to afford their insurance and their mortgage payments as their cost of living goes up but their wages stay the same.  Retirees are tired of going to the food shelves to save money for their medicines.  Working people are tired of paying the oil companies taxes for them.  Maybe the top 1% can sell a jet ski or two and buy a Bible.  It seems to have kept the working class content for a good long time...

Well, actually there'll probably just be minimal changes that basically amount to topical appeasement measures that you can quietly undermine over the next three decades or so, and you can do this all over again.  But hey, that's politics, right?

[UPDATE:  And the downfall begins...PZ Myers has a great story on a cool abiogenisis update!]


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October 15, 2008

Dear Teresa,

In my 70 years, I have never seen an election where coverage was so one-sided and biased or where censorship by the liberal media was so widely practiced and where media coverage was so slanted as I have seen in this election process. Their plan is working. The only chance conservatives have is to make sure they care enough to vote.

If the liberals win the upcoming election, America as we have known it will no longer exist. This country that we love, founded on Judeo-Christian values, will cease to exist and will be replaced by a secular state hostile to Christianity. This “city set on a hill” which our forefathers founded, will go dark. The damage will be deep and long lasting. It cannot be turned around in the next election, or the one after that, or by any election in the future. The damage will be permanent. That is why it is so important for you to vote and to encourage friends and family to vote. This is one election where your vote really counts.




Donald E. Wildmon,
Founder and Chairman
American Family Association



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