Sunday, April 12, 2009

*Sigh* I Thought It Was All About Jesus
Oh well, Happy Easter everyone

Can't these hippie-wannabes just give it a rest?

Here's some of the article from News10Now.com (Utica, NY); (Emphasis mine) Non-traditional Stations of the Cross

UTICA, N.Y. -- With Easter just around the corner, it's not uncommon for Christians to take part in traditions pertaining to the holiday. In the City of Utica, one tradition in particular is done a bit untraditionally.

The Stations of the Cross have taken to the streets in Utica. It happens every year. And while it's a practice done typically in the Catholic Church, this group is nonpartisan. Presbyterians, Methodists and others walked over two miles Friday morning, remembering the sufferings of Jesus. And then they added their own flare.

"AIG bailout! Where did the 173 billion dollars go??" one woman shouted through a mega phone. She was one of many, acting as activists, lobbying for the rights of citizens.
Click here for the video.

4 Comments:

Blogger Subvet said...

What a bunch of jackasses.

12:10 AM  
Blogger Al said...

Remember, this is the 60s leftovers of the good old Hippie Jesus gang* who think Jesus came to protest, not die on the cross. In their mind the only reason Jesus died on the Cross was because He spoke to power.

& while they will eventually die out due to lack of reproduction, we still have to put up with them for a while, unfortunately.

PS Will someone explain to me how this rises to the level of what Martin Luther King did like the 1 person claimed?

PPS As someone who was abused as a child, I found Janet Stengel's comments particularly offensive.

* The protestant part which is the twin sibling to the demonic false "Spirit of Vatican II" that claims to be Catholic but isn't & was also involved.

1:03 AM  
Blogger Simplex Vir said...

Puke......vomit.....puke...spew.....

Are you kidding me, Jesus Crist Superstar songs and Stations of the Cross?

You just can't make this stuff up! How is this all about child abouse too?

As I have always thought, your average activist is someone who has a great many mental issues and needs very real and serious help to get well.

8:58 AM  
Blogger Phelony Jones said...

I'd have replied, "my tax money via welfare, where did it go?"

No seriously, these people need to hear the truth of what Jesus has done. their political and psychological earmuffs are a real problem.

9:04 AM  

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