- I have written many times about the fact that corporate
Christianity worships Communist world government traitor Jorge W. Boosh,
our first "Latino" President. If corporate Christianity gets
any hint that you do not, it is quite likely to call down the fires of
Lenin upon you. You could even wind up out on the street.
- I do not exaggerate. In some of these celebrity churches,
el presidente's name is spoken almost as reverently as the name of Jesus,
and emerods be upon you if you say something else. Which recalls the fact
that in Nazi Germany some high church leaders actually wore Nazi uniforms
and heiled each other in the name of Hitler at high church meetings.
- What do I mean by "corporate Christianity?"
I mean the mega-churches and groups, often associated with the name of
a man, whose name could even appear in big letters on the side of the meeting-hall.
I mean the prosperity place, where you go not so much to worship and celebrate
Jesus as to perfect your own purpose, the smiley place where Satan is hardly
ever mentioned, with the inevitable result that evil is so hard to recognize.
- I mean the vast institutions that claim to be constructively
involved in the "political process" but that do less than nothing
to preserve our God-ordained system by opposing the schemes that are trying
to destroy it. Correct me if I am wrong maybe I missed it but
so far at least I have not seen the firestorm I expected from the mega-churches
Beer's sponsorship of the queer version of Da Vinci's Last Supper at
the recent Faggot Fest in San Franfreako.
- The Faggot Fest included nude men on parade. Lest I be
accused of exaggeration, I should mention that they were wearing sneakers
and sun glasses. Some of them gave each other joe blobs. Yes, in public.
Miller may be trying to compete with Pete Coors's Queer Beer. Remember
that Pete hired Mary Cheney, the world's most famous dyke, and daughter
of Dick, to be his liaison to the queer community, and Mary did a superlative
job distributing Queers largesse; she traveled the country for Coors with
the winner of the International Mr. Leather competition. (Don't ask.) See
my new book, Not Holier Than Thou for details.
- Wouldn't you expect at the very least that celebrity
Christians would be all over the television and talk networks denouncing
this abomination? Wouldn't you expect thunder in the mega-pulpits? What
about a new national campaign: Don't Drink Miller Queer! Consider it launched
here, but of course I am not a church, and I didn't drink Miller Queer
anyway. We don't need to consider what would happen were some patriots
to celebrate Christianity with a tableau that includes Muhammad as a pig.
- And now comes the latest revelation. The corporate Christians
recently met in Salt Lake. Mitt Romney was in town, no surprise. Did he
attend? I don't know. We know that Dr. James Dobson did. Dr. Dobson recently
said he could never support Rudy Giuliani. So far so good. Remember that
is a cross-dresser and wears a brassiere. The Giuliani campaign won't tell
me his size. To see him in drag, and for proof that he is prettier than
Hillaroid, go to Not Holier Than Thou.
- But the Christian nabobs there assembled announced that
they cannot find a Republican to support. They can't support Fred Thompson
either. Fred too has unchristian issues. But take heart. Another name did
emerge. He is the envelope please Foster Friess. Who? Foster
Friess. You remember Foster. Foster Friess of Jackson, Wyoming! Foster
is said to be a billionaire investor and a big Republican contributor and
philanthropist. What a guy!
- He may be all these things and more; he may be a staunch
Christian and a man from whom we can learn much. The trouble is that until
this morning I had never heard his name and by dint of diligent study I
am somewhat well informed. This probably means that the only people who
did know Foster existed before this morning were obviously
Mrs. Friess, God bless her, and the Friess kiddos, and of course the people
Foster invests with.
- This is the man James Dobson and other celebrity Christians
are allegedly thinking of as their third party candidate for President
next year. What does this tell you? If true and I am praying it is
not if true it tells me that Dobson & Co. (1) either have gone
completely crazy, or (2) they are too stupid or ignorant to warrant attention,
or (3) they know exactly what they are doing and are deliberately trying
to destroy any chance we have to save America.
- There is no fourth possibility. We can be absolutely
sure of this because there is still more proof that nails it down. We can
see the devastating truth not in what the celebrity Christian nabobs said
in Salt Lake, but in what they did not say. What did they not say? They
made no reference whatsoever to "Dr. No," Congressman Ron Paul.
- Consider Ron Paul. To find out where every other candidate
stands on an issue, you must analyze the people and groups who support
him, where his money comes from, where he comes from, who is making the
most noise, etc. Not so with Dr. No. Most of the time, you don't even need
to ask Ron where he stands on an issue. All you need do is consult the
Constitution. Whatever it says is where Ron will stand, regardless of where
his money comes from, who makes the most noise, etc.
- Ron is the only Member of Congress I know of who refuses
to take the lucrative retirement money to which he is entitled. He is so
straight an arrow he makes the mathematical concept of a straight line
look like the afterdeck of a hula dancer. Remember that I know Ron Paul
personally for more than twenty five years and by now have been with him
- Ron is intensely boring. There is no scandal. There are
no men's room incidents. Ron routinely goes home to wife Carol, a woman,
a quintessential grandmother whom the normal man feels an irresistible
compulsion to hug. Try it. It's fun. On the other hand, Ron is nowhere
near as funny as Calvin Coolidge. He is just what he says he is. There
is nothing to expose. My guess is that no movie of Ron's life could be
made; no one could play him and there could be no script.
- So, yes, Dr. No is intensely boring except except
except for his electrifying ideas. He makes it possible to believe
that the battle for America can be won, that the Constitution can be reactivated,
that the unalienable right to mind our own business still lives, that you
can keep your whole paycheck, that we can restore honest money. That is
why so many young people support him a man almost as aged as your
reporter and why he is winning so many straw polls.
- Pundits are now making much of the fact that Ron raised
more than a million dollars in less than a week. In fact, now comes word
that in the third quarter of the year, he raised an incredible $5 million.
That amount means much more than it would to any other candidate, because
the other candidates must pay people to do things, which is a big expense
in a political campaign.
- Ron's people do what must be done for nothing, for the
joy of doing it. Much of the time, Ron doesn't even need to ask them to
do it. He is just the instrument they have coalesced around to get what
they want. That is why, wherever the other candidates go, they find the
place teeming with Ron Raiders.
- Finally, Ron Paul is a staunch, lifelong Christian. He
is not a celebrity Christian. He is not in your face. But he is a true
Christian. He staunchly opposes abortion, an incendiary hot button to corporate
Christianity. He is a ladies' doctor and has delivered thousands of babies.
He has never killed a baby. One would imagine that Dr. No is the perfect
candidate for the country's Christian leaders, the candidate God would
give them were He to let them write down the qualities they want. But,
if you thought that, Pilgrim, you would be totally wrong.
- I would not complain at all were Dobson & Co. to
consider Ron as a candidate and then state a list of reasons to reject
him. Obviously I would disagree, but such a course would be fair comment.
But what we have here is the inordinately suspicious fact that the Dobson
Company has not considered Ron at all. Apparently, his name did not come
up. The nation's Christian leaders are pretending Dr. Paul does not exist,
somewhat akin to the pretense that Godzilla is not coming from the sea.
- Again, I consider this lapse extremely suspicious. Corporate
Christianity has long proven itself to be as useless as jugs on a boar.
Is the truth even worse than we thought? Again, Jorge W. Boosh is collaborating
with Hillaroid. If Dobson & Company go third party with old Foster
or Dumb and Dumber, whoever they turn out to be, they would split the Republicans
and hand her the White House despite the enormous antipathy she always
inspires. Is this the plan? Yes, it's a breathtaking question, but I can't
believe that Dobson could be so dumb.
- Whatever the motive, would the rank and file believers
in the celebrity Christian monoliths fall for it? Of course they would.
If Dobson & Co. tell them this is what Jorge wants, you will see the
Boosh zombies staggering from the meeting halls to the voting booths on
Election Day to do it, as in George A. Romero's classic, "Dawn of
the Dead." This is the inevitable result of worshipping a man. So
it looks as if we must do the job without "Christian" support.
- Say "yes" to "No."
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