Monday, May 19, 2008

McCain "kind of like Jesus Christ on the cross" says GOP state chair

Sue Everhart, chairlady of the Georgia Republican Party, has said that John McCain is comparable to Jesus Christ...
Georgia Republican Party chairwoman Sue Everhart said Saturday that the party's presumed presidential nominee has a lot in common with Jesus Christ.

"John McCain is kind of like Jesus Christ on the cross," Everhart said as she began the second day of the state GOP convention. "He never denounced God, either."

Everhart was praising McCain for never denouncing the United States while he was being tortured as a prisoner of war in Vietnam.

"I'm not trying to compare John McCain to Jesus Christ, I'm looking at the pain that was there," she said.

What's worse in my mind is that Everhart is ascribing divinity to the United States: basically saying that America is like God.

So between a South Carolina church trying to connect Barack Obama to Osama Bin Laden and a Baptist minister declaring on the radio that Obama is "Antichrist", we are now supposed to believe that John McCain is like unto the Son of Man.

And some people wonder why I've grown tired of politics.

It's looking like so far as "the two major parties" go, it'll be the proverbial Hobson's choice between McCain and Obama for President this November. I won't be voting for either one of them.

And once again, I have to wonder how many self-professed Christians are going to spin this election as "a vote for Obama is a vote for evil" thing. You'd think that after two elections of voting for "God's anointed man" that most would have learned better.

Probably not. Mark my words: you'll still see Pat Robertson, James Dobson and their kind shilling for McCain and saying it's one's "Christian duty" to support him.

They had more than enough opportunity to do what they could to turn America around spiritually and intellectually. Instead they prostituted their principles so they could sit at "the king's table".

Screw 'em.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can't find anywhere in my Bible where Jesus called for a hundred year war.

Roxanne Martin said...

Whoever says "W" is God's annointed, let them remember who used to be the annointed cherub that covered the throne of God. None other than ol' Lucifer himself.

John McCain didn't die for anyone's sins, and couldn't even atone for his own by any sort of sacrifice in Vietnam. I respect him for not denouncing his country, as I do all POWs who dealt with those hardships. Even more, though, I owe a lot more to the martyrs for the faith of Jesus Christ, a designation that has never been ascribed to John McCain, and probably never will be.

Monday, May 19, 2008

McCain "kind of like Jesus Christ on the cross" says GOP state chair

Sue Everhart, chairlady of the Georgia Republican Party, has said that John McCain is comparable to Jesus Christ...
Georgia Republican Party chairwoman Sue Everhart said Saturday that the party's presumed presidential nominee has a lot in common with Jesus Christ.

"John McCain is kind of like Jesus Christ on the cross," Everhart said as she began the second day of the state GOP convention. "He never denounced God, either."

Everhart was praising McCain for never denouncing the United States while he was being tortured as a prisoner of war in Vietnam.

"I'm not trying to compare John McCain to Jesus Christ, I'm looking at the pain that was there," she said.

What's worse in my mind is that Everhart is ascribing divinity to the United States: basically saying that America is like God.

So between a South Carolina church trying to connect Barack Obama to Osama Bin Laden and a Baptist minister declaring on the radio that Obama is "Antichrist", we are now supposed to believe that John McCain is like unto the Son of Man.

And some people wonder why I've grown tired of politics.

It's looking like so far as "the two major parties" go, it'll be the proverbial Hobson's choice between McCain and Obama for President this November. I won't be voting for either one of them.

And once again, I have to wonder how many self-professed Christians are going to spin this election as "a vote for Obama is a vote for evil" thing. You'd think that after two elections of voting for "God's anointed man" that most would have learned better.

Probably not. Mark my words: you'll still see Pat Robertson, James Dobson and their kind shilling for McCain and saying it's one's "Christian duty" to support him.

They had more than enough opportunity to do what they could to turn America around spiritually and intellectually. Instead they prostituted their principles so they could sit at "the king's table".

Screw 'em.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can't find anywhere in my Bible where Jesus called for a hundred year war.

Roxanne Martin said...

Whoever says "W" is God's annointed, let them remember who used to be the annointed cherub that covered the throne of God. None other than ol' Lucifer himself.

John McCain didn't die for anyone's sins, and couldn't even atone for his own by any sort of sacrifice in Vietnam. I respect him for not denouncing his country, as I do all POWs who dealt with those hardships. Even more, though, I owe a lot more to the martyrs for the faith of Jesus Christ, a designation that has never been ascribed to John McCain, and probably never will be.