News that is shaken and not stirred
Bryan Fischer doesn’t understand why women will not stay in their place, the way his version of the Bible tells them to.
- Hey Guys, remember that time that the Zombie-eyed Granny-starver went to the soup kitchen late, to listen to people not there, and wash dishes that were already cleaned? Me Neither!, but anyway, the manager of the soup kitchen says that the Romney-Ryan campaign did not clear the visit with them first and should not have been allowed in as it breaks their non-political endorsement rules. (Raw Story)
- “We’re praying for you hard.” - Famous ladyparts scholar Todd Akin has decided that his best chance of winning the election is Divine Intervention (not the sex toy company, though that would be more fun), and is now having prayer sessions at his campaign events. (BuzzFeed)
- Huckabee says… It’s been a while since we’ve checked in on our old squirrel-frying pal Gomer to see what he’s up to, and it turns out he’s trying to tear down the wall between Church and State:
Huckabee added that Christians should not blame “things that putrefy and get spoiled, because that’s what things do when they’re left alone and godless.” If things are dark, it’s the Christians who are going to turn the lights on, he said. “If politics is dirty in this country, it’s dirty because not enough good, clean people get involved.”
Oy, gevalt! (Christian Post)