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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Arianna Believes In Nothing











I think Arianna is beginning to show signs of dementia. She is hysterically anti-Christian and mocking of belief in God.

She writes in her blog today:
Did you catch Bush's evangelical-deer-caught-in-the-political-headlights moment Monday?
It came during the Q & A session following his speech on Iraq.

The first question came from a woman who asked:
"[Author
Kevin Phillips] makes the point that members of your administration have reached out to prophetic Christians who see the war in Iraq and the rise of terrorism as signs of the apocalypse.
Do you believe this, that the war in Iraq and the rise of terrorism are signs of the apocalypse? And if not, why not?"

The president was clearly taken aback. He reacted as if he'd just seen a burning bush -- or had just been asked a really hard math question.

First he hemmed. Then he hawed. Then he hemmed some more.

Arianna, dear.....Forget that he just finished giving a speech on Iraq, do you really think this is this kind of question a sane person asks? I might expect it from Cindy Sheehan or Helen Thomas, but youve waited all this time, you finally have the opportunity to ask the President of the United States a question and you ask 'are these signs of the apocalypse'? OF COURSE he was taken aback. He was like, 'what the fuck?'.
And the sad thing is, it wasnt Helen or Cindy asking the retardo question.

Of course Arianna thinks its a reasonable question. She writes,
I mean, come on. The man is a born again, evangelical Christian whose favorite political philosopher is Jesus, has let it be know that God speaks to -- and through -- him, believes "in a divine plan that supercedes all human plans"... and he wants us to buy that he's never even heard of, let alone thought about the biblical implications of terrorism in relation to the apocalypse?
Sorry if I find this Revelation just a little hard to swallow.

You are very dishonest to insinuate the Bush 'hears' an audible voice of God that talks to him and then somehow 'channels' through him like he's some sort of dime-store pyschic. I believe in God. I believe God speaks to all of us, he speaks through all of us, he lives through all of us. Its metaphorical, dummy. Surely you understand that, or you are clearly ignorant. If neither, then you are a liar, Arianna.

Who hasnt heard of the apocalypse? How was that relevant?

We've all heard of UFO's and alien abductions. Surely Bush has. That should make it a reasonable point of discussion then, dont you think?

Thats why I would have gone for the brass ring if I was a reporter:
"Mr. President, why is the govt hiding the bodys of captured space aliens at Area 51? Has the govt been active in retro-engineering the alien technology, and if so, how is that technology being implemented on the battlefield in Iraq?"

Hmmmm. I'm guessing the president would be clearly taken aback. I'm sure the look on his face would say, "What the fuck?"

6 Comments:

Blogger moonbat said...

Wow! Kevin! You are such a sensitive asshole, it makes me want to send you some money to keep this worthless, ego-republican site going. We all know there are aliens in 51. We all know that you’re lonely. Probably your wife left you because she couldn’t stand the fact that you are a factoid asshole.
I think you should go to Iraq an settle this war once and for all. Have you ever been in uniform? I don’t mean an usher in some old theater. Have you ever carried a gun to try and save your sorry ass from “the enemy”?
I think you’re just some pussy who never went to any war, who thinks as long as Halliburton is sending a quarterly check, that you have the world by the tail.
Have you ever fought in combat?

9:29 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

"Have you ever carried a gun to try and save your sorry ass from “the enemy”?"

Only when I lived in Long Beach. Now I have a concealed weapons permit for FL and GA.

Have you ever been the president? Have you ever held political office? Have you ever been elected to congress? Then how can you question the president?

Do you see how inane that sounds?

I'll have you know I made it through every Medal Of Honor game in the series. I know the hell of combat.

10:05 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

You didn't answer my questions, fake-up-the-ass-shit. How do you know about combat?
You're a pretty--ish--not too good looking--too tanned ashole.
1.) Have you ever fought in a war for the United States of America?
2.) Are there aliens in section # 51?
3.) I get the impression you are a real-honest-to-god pussy who thinks he has a mission. So be it.
4.) You need to take off about twenty pounds dead weight. Try running.

10:14 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

I love it when they come unhinged. It makes this whole endeavor worthwhile.

9:08 AM  
Blogger Brazen Hussy said...

I reckon moonbat HAS been in combat uniform because clearly like soldiers he's been well trained not to think.

9:28 AM  
Blogger joe said...

WEll! lol you've certainly picked up a couple of what are generally termed trolls, though I've got to admit I've seen some of these folks post less caustically than they do here. It's easy to see there are those who are a bit extreme on every aspect of a given issue.

As to the lack of beleif, I think the most dangerous thing in the world is belief, belief is the end of cognition, you never think about what you believe in, you just accept it. The problem with Bush's deer in the headlights reaction to this question is he is generally accepted to be a fundamental christian, and he did say that god told him he wanted GW to be president. With that in mind, it seems ironic that he wouldnt have an answer to this question, apparently there is a poll that states 70 something percent of americans believe in the apocalypse, and that it will come in their lifetimes. I dont know how accurate that is, and I havent looked it up myself yet, but if it IS accurate the assumption would be GW also holds this beleif, and so would have an opinion as to it.
I'm with you on this one as far as it being an innapropriate question, it has no revelance to politics, or at least it should not. But I do think that if he is serious about being a born again evengelical, that it would be an appropriate question from HIS point of view.

I think you give bush way too much credit as an intellectual. from what I've seen of him he hasnt got an inquisitive bone in his body. But that's just what I've seen, its entirely possible that he is different than he portray's himself.

8:33 PM  

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