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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by mactastic, May 6, 2005.
Please tell me this is a hoax too...
WTF??? This can't be real can it?
Of course it is real. Extremists are extremists.
Revoke their tax status.
I'm Catholic, but if the Church starts stumping from the pulpit, I want their tax protection removed too.
i could see it happening sad to say, i hope its a Hoax though, crazy times we are living in....
Yeah, I'm sure the Justice Department will jump right on that...
dailykos also has a story on it, including links to news videos (where one person claims it's not "politically motivated").
Wow. That's.... wow. Growing up in the Mormon church I got used to the subtle "recommendations" on how to vote, but never once heard them use a "do or die" proposition. That's horrendous. Would that Madeline Murray O'Hare would run for president. These people would be strung up by their toes and sent somewhere where the blending of church and state is okay. Like Iran.
On a lighter note, a little Mormon satire website, The Sugar Beet had some great little takes on the topic, like this one...
...or this one...
Satire after my own heart. Thanks.
I guess anyone can be a "scholar" nowadays. That is truly sick.
With regards to the original topic, that so-called minister should just found his own Cult of Bush and leave everyone else alone. Good for the parishioners who were "excommunicated" or left in protest.
I'm starting to realize there's a very fine line between faith and dementia.
You guys did catch the "satire" detail didn't you? This story is made up for humorous puposes. That being said, I'm sure there are a lot of non-scholars in Utah who are thinking along these lines. That's one of the reasons why it's funny.
On the second story, I guess not. Such is the resemblence between the Religious Right and political farce, that it's hard to tell the difference these days.
LOL... good stuff. Onionesque.
Last time I checked, Christianity was open to people of all ages, tongues, and races. This is ridiculous - serving Christ's ministry my ***....
Holy smokes, this article is for real.
NPR here in North Carolina (Based at UNC) reported this morning that the embattled Rev. gave his resignation.. He really did drive away parishoners for not supporting GWB.