Sunday, July 5, 2009

This Means America Is Not Conservative Enough

22 comments:

tigris said...

Two people were struck in MA Thursday, both survived. Obviously God loves liberals best.

J— said...

Soccer, volleyball, and a church with a Spanish name? Jesus' Fourth of July message sent from above is clear.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I'm blaming Sarah Palin, and ALSO Dave Broder for the assist.
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Caliph Garrett said...

Okay, no more church picnics on civic holidays, then...apparently, God is a bigger stickler for the Establishment Clause than anybody ever imagined.

herr doktor bimler said...

28 injured, or only 27?
Cover-up!!

tigris said...

"27 kind of injured, 1 like so totally injured he's like dead, dude."

mikey said...

God's kind of a pussy when you think about it.

What kind of asshole just chucks a million volts at a whole bunch of folks not doin nothin?

Hell, it's almost like using an unmanned airplane to launch powerful weapons against a wedding party or something. What a dick...

Capcha is ululating in commiseration:

alailea

Righteous Bubba said...

What kind of asshole just chucks a million volts at a whole bunch of folks not doin nothin?

I dunno if I'd be so quick to judge. I was young once and had a magnifying glass.

tigris said...

Yeah, but God hasn't been able to use "youthful indiscretions" excuse for millennia.

Righteous Bubba said...

I dunno... The Flood also seems suspiciously like a kid playing by the river bank.

J said...

Put the average Bubba up in a Sierra thunderstorm, and after a few very close calls with lightning (say the top of a fir tree exploding a few yards away), I wager he'd be on his knees pleading to some Deity or another--Zeus, Jeeezuss, JHVH, the boodha who knows.

You can survive it, as long as you don't have some mondo belt buckle or perhaps bolo tie with your fave harley flag and iron cross on.....

Righteous Bubba said...

I rarely travel to the non sequiturial regions.

mikey said...

Sadly, Righteous Bubba considered and then rejected any possible diplomatic relations with mikeyworld. Can sanctions be far behind?

Righteous Bubba said...

Prepare to get bombed.

J said...

RB, I'm not suggesting that the "No atheists in foxholes, OR during lightning strikes" argument's necessary by any means, but has a certain persuasive force, certainly for many grunts--though your particular choice (or non-choice) of Deity X another matter.

Righteous Bubba said...

Well, certainly I'm no stranger to cowardice, tribal stupidities, or magical thinking, but it seems tangential to considerations of what the will of Mr. Omnipotent - or Master Omnipotent as we'd call the youngun' - might be.

I advocate shooting rockets full of sugar into space.

tigris said...

The Flood also seems suspiciously like a kid playing by the river bank.

Yeah, and that was something like 6000 years ago. Plus, I figured the lack of interaction in recent millennia meant he'd retired, so I'm thinking even 6000 years ago he was old enough to know better.

Righteous Bubba said...

Yeah, and that was something like 6000 years ago.

Know your history. God starts making his mudpie 6000 years ago and mushes it all out with a bucket of water 1500 years later. I don't think we've hit puberty yet.

tigris said...

So you think the hands-off approach lately is actually a case of the sulks? If so, talk about a problem child.

Righteous Bubba said...

Could be time for a TV break. I imagine cosmic Teletubbies thundering "AGAIN!" across the heavens.

herr doktor bimler said...

The Elohim sent Jehovah to his room but he climbed out the window and ran away from home (see 'Deus absconditus').
Time to start printing his photograph on milk cartons.

Another Kiwi said...

Probably we have been replaced by a cooler toy. Freakin' transformer or something