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Where In The World Is Hal Lindsey?

Posted by Rick · August 27th, 2004 · No Comments

If I were an evangelical Christian, I’d be carefully re-reading the book of Revelation. (Since I’m not an evangelical Christian, I can spell — and say — “Revelation” instead of “Revelations.“)

“Bush has shown an ideological commitment to the literalist Christian tradition at the expense of the broader view of the larger religious community,” National Council of Churches general secretary Rev. Bob Edgar told Salon.com, which is just a nice way of saying that the girl next door has been dumped for Tammy Faye Baker. “He is the first president not to meet with the leadership of mainline Christian traditions since George Washington. We’ve been able to talk with the prime minister of Britain and the chancellor of Germany, but not our own president.” Maureen Farrell, “‘We Could Control This Country’: 33 Extreme Reasons to Give Bush the Boot,” Buzzflash.com, via Chepooka.

Ummmm . . . there’s a reason for that.

Categories: The Bush Regime


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