Tuesday, February 28, 2006

An Evangelical Bush Voter Laments: "Who really knew what W had in mind when he was elected!"


"You act like I'm the one making up accepting Christ to get to heaven is my idea."
You act like every other religion is making up that accepting their God to get into heaven is their idea. They believe it is their God's Truth, just as you believe it is yours. And you say they are wrong and will burn in hell. Well, actually, you say your God says so. But all I can hear is you. Just as all you hear are Hindus, Muslims, Wiccans. You don't hear their God any more than they can hear yours. And yet you are convinced you're right.

You know, with that kind of faith, people can be convinced to fly into buildings.

Finally, well, it's all a matter of record. Plenty of people knew exactly what that asshole had in mind before he was elected. I knew. Al Gore knew. Pretty much everyone who voted against him. We all knew. But then there were the people who bought into the Bush Bullshit. Wonder who those people are?

Evangelicals Say They Led Charge For the GOP

Wonder why they don't just come out and say, gee, I was wrong about this guy and I'm sorry for all the nasty things I said about people who were against him and against his TRILLION DOLLAR BOONDOGGLE. You know, all of us who are "with" the terrorists because we're not "with" him? You know, all the people who died because he said "Bring it on." You know, all the people YOU SAY are going to burn in hell for supporting Gay marriage, for realizing that being against gay marriage is THE SAME as being against mixed race marriage.

And we all knew BUSH was neo-con. Hell, Cheney was the Neo-CON in chief. READ THIS:
The 90-page PNAC [the neo-con's Project for a New American Century] document from September 2000 says: “The United States has for decades sought to play a more permanent role in Gulf regional security. While the unresolved conflict with Iraq provides the immediate justification, the need for a substantial American force presence in the Gulf transcends the issue of the regime of Saddam Hussein.”

The strategic “transformation” of the U.S. military into an imperialistic force of global domination would require a huge increase in defense spending to “a minimum level of 3.5 to 3.8 percent of gross domestic product, adding $15 billion to $20 billion to total defense spending annually,” the PNAC plan said.

“The process of transformation,” the plan said, “is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event—like a new Pearl Harbor.”
I was pointing out this neo-con philosophy BEFORE the 2000 election. So, my question is, after what he did in the first term, why would anyone vote for him again? Oh, right, because they lied about Kerry, stole votes in Florida and Ohio, and were probably eavesdropping on the competition with their new 1984 Big Brother toys.

Spare me your preacher's stump. I don't buy it. People like you need to seriously re-think your politics before you screw everything up beyond repair.

1 comment:

ALLOSAURUS said...

For the most part I agree with you. I believe that the republicans are horribly messing up what freedoms we have and giving those freedoms to Big buisness. They know how to follow the money and then have the gual to say "we are the party that stands for God" If God is short for greed, maybe. I've got an anti-republican pro- constitution blog Check it out some time man. upsyours.blogspot.com