Sure would be a bummer to find out God is Kindergarten Konservative
A few years ago I remember reading the following.
The Dallas Morning News: Texas Republicans have a new party chairmanAt Saturday morning's prayer meeting, party leader Tina Benkiser assured them that God was watching over the two-day confab.
"He is the chairman of this party," she said against a backdrop of flags and a GOP seal with its red, white and blue logo.
The party platform, adopted Saturday, declares "America is a Christian nation" and affirms that "God is undeniable in our history and is vital to our freedom."
"We pledge to exert our influence toward a return to the original intent of the First Amendment and dispel the myth of the separation of church and state,"
Looks like some things when God and Politicians get together never seem to change.
I thought that at the least, God hung around in churches worldwide and made guest appearances to both liberal and conservative believers in Sunday meetings all over the place.
Smilin down on congregations from them big TV screens in the mega church meetings
or seen behind the curtain making stage whispers to Patrick Robertson, Official Mouthpiece of the Almighty.
But actually running the Republican Party?
Texas: The cradle that spewed GW over the side and onto the whole country?
God lives down there and rides on a float in the Stockyard parade every year in San Antone?
Mebbe we as voters need to immediately start the repentence process before it's too late. We need to do more to bring our own state in alignment with God's Texas.
A comittee should immediately form to consider the stigmatas and miracles of this Eyman guy and them Mega-Church popper-offers so an accomodating sainthood could be granted .... that we ignorant and non-literalist citizens can get off the radar before the caravan to Dante's Woodshed starts loading.
I'd heard God was a Republican. Well ... somebody better tell The Mormons. They'll be loving the confirmation that their elected doofus Mike Whoozis is god-annointed.
I've got family in Utah and I've got to give them the bad news that the Jazz ain't the Lord's team after all and not to bet against the Spurs.