drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

But do YOU hate UBU enough???

Should Priests be allowed into the Voting Booth? Should the Department of Homeland Security be allowed to distribute the voting records of parishioners to their parish priests, you know, for reasons of national security?
A Catholic priest in South Carolina has decided that the democratic act of casting a vote is, in some cases, a mortal sin. Therefore, he has decided that parishioners who voted for Barack Obama are not entitled to the grace of Jesus Christ through communion until they've done penance.
[ cf Priest Calls Vote for Obama a Mortal Sin ]
Hum....

Then there is that other part of the question - can anyone in the armed forces remain on active duty, and/or engage in any operations, whether military or paramilitary - if they are members of one of these wako Papist Kults that seek to undermine the military chain of command in a time of transferring the tax liabilities unto the unborn baby UBU.

Series FaggotAssedNancyGirls, far more threatening to the national security is the clear and compelling evidence that this so called priest has put forward.

IF it is a mortal sin to vote for the CIC, then, what is it if ONE follows the lawful orders of an UPPITY ONE?

Or do I hear the heaving sighs of the Karl Roverian Draft Dodger Kultur whining that we should not be held responsible, because, well, uh, the thingus and pooh, and folks could have voted for the white guy, and we should not be allowed to pick on pro-war types, and flag raising, tax cutting, stop the gays, save marriage....

Makes me wonder how many of the 'My President is Charelton Heston' "from my cold dead hands" zombie lovers are going to try and recoup any of their majikal pro-military, pro-vet, pro-war, Mojo Now....
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