Wednesday, November 11, 2009

George Tiller And Nidal Hassan
According to the Gospel of DingleBarry

The Zero has this to say at Ft Hood;

We are a nation of laws whose commitment to justice is so enduring that we would treat a gunman and give him due process, just as surely as we will see that he pays for his crimes.

We are a nation that guarantees the freedom to worship as one chooses. And instead of claiming God for our side, we remember Lincoln's words, and always pray to be on the side of God.
OK, not only is he ever so concerned about the "rights" of one certain fellow moozleem Nidal Malik Hassan, but we're also sure in the knowledge that God's not on our side.

Hey DingleBarry, take my word for it - God's on our side. He told me so.

Anyhow, when late-term abortion specialist/mass murderer George Tiller "The Killer" met his demise, here's what The South-Side Stooge had to say;

I am shocked and outraged by the murder of Dr. George Tiller as he attended church services this morning. However profound our differences as Americans over difficult issues such as abortion, they cannot be resolved by heinous acts of violence.What... no guarantee of legal rights for the guy who whacked a baby butcher? Guess not. And no alluding to those who are pro-life have every right in the world to BE pro-life. Yet again, guess not.

This is the word according to The New Messiah. Amen.

5 Comments:

Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

. . difficult issues such as abortion . . . .

Difficult issues? How about the mortal sins of abortion? I would call them "crimes," but (unfortunately) performing/receiving an abortion is not a crime under our secular law.

. . . heinous acts of violence.

Like abortion on demand?


Bunch of f****** hypocrites.

12:17 PM  
Blogger VSO said...

I was just thinking the same thing about those two Cavey.

2:21 PM  
Blogger Athos said...

Steve Kellmeyer has a very good notion of Why The Left Loves Islam.

5:28 PM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

Wow! What an article ("Why the Left Loves Islam").

I started a minor firestorm on the York Form [I am the Camerlengo, Moderator pro Tempore, and Torqy (i.e., the Grand Inquisitor) on the YF] when I stated that I did not believe that Muslims worshipped the same God as Jews and Christians. I was responding to an article in 2008 in the NCRegister (not to be confused with that heterodox rag, the NCReporter). Mark Shea wrote an article in the Register in which he essentially stated that Muslims and Christians worship the same God, although the Muslims have wrong notions about God. A bevy of letters to the editor objected, but Shea jumped all over them. This was one reason why I refused to renew my subscription to the NCRegister. Their treatment with kid gloves of the sexual abuser, Fr. Macial Marciel was the other.

Anyway, IMHO Yahweh is not the God, Allah. If I were to call Allah, Father, I would blaspheme Allah and subject myself to death under Sharia due to blasphemy.

As a Christian I was baptized into the household of the Lord God on high. This makes me an heir to the Kingdom of Heaven as Moses was an heir to Pharoah's Kingdom, though not as the Crown Prince. Jesus is the Crown Prince of God Most High. Thus, God is my Father and I am a prince in the heavenly household due to my baptism. How could we as Christians then worship the same God as the Muslims if the Muslims say that calling Allah one's father, who is wholly Other, is blasphemy?

IMHO, Islam was manufactured in the 7th and 8th Centuries from an amalgam of religions, animistic, Judaism, and heretical forms of Christianity.

7:04 PM  
Blogger JLS said...

There is a move to present Islam as a religion in the sense that it can be compared to Catholicism.

It is also said that Islam is a Christian heresy. I never believed this, no matter how well positioned those who claimed it. If Islam is a heresy then why does it have not a single sacrament such as baptism?

Yes, the lands of Islam once held countless Catholics, but that was fifteen centuries ago. After that generation of Catholics that was conquered and gave in to Islam, there has not been Catholicism there.

Islam claims one God. Well, the devil believes in one God also. Thus it is possible that many Muslims believe in the true God, but that does not mean that the religion itself does. No, the religion of Islam is unlike Catholicism in its structure. Catholicism unites the faithful with God, but Islam has no such concept at all.

The devil quoted Scripture and added spin to it, which is what the Koran does; but the Koran is mostly spin and not so much Scripture.

God did indeed promise not only Isaac but also Ishmael a great posterity. But simply because Islam has held sway for fifteen centuries over the lands of Ishmael does not mean that Islam is anything more than an impostor.

11:20 PM  

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