I’m Just Not Impressed

Am I supposed to be?

Please, won’t someone think of the Keating Five? And the poor downtrodden churches?

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So, debate tonight.  Part of me sort of hoped McCain would keep up his pathetic game of chicken and not show, but it is probably better this way.  I certainly hope that the folks on the fence see his non-“suspension” of the campaign and the alleged urgent need for his presense here in the District as the cheap stunts that they were.  Although, I suppose he does have some good experience in the whole failed-financial-institution-deregulation-and-bailout arena.

Really, why on earth is that not getting more airtime?  Sometimes the years of experience are not what they’re cracked up to be.

And in the meantime, any of y’all church goers might be hearing a McCain ad this Sunday.  I hope they get their test case and get slapped to kingdom come where they belong.   Whether it’s just for the congregations unlucky enough to have pastors with such hubris that they use the pulpit to stump for a political candidate, or if it brings down the entire religious institutions exemption to begin with, either way, we get more tax dollars or fewer political sermons.


Written by emandink

September 26, 2008 at 8:08 pm

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  1. So you are not impressed with Senator McCain.

    Are you equally “not impressed” with Senator Obama?

    And btw, I wouldn’t count on the entire religious institutions being brought down. Some have hoped for that since the crucifixion. Yet it has remained for more than 2k years.

    If a pastor gives a sermon on lieing, hanging out with people who have violant tendancies, sticking scissors in the skull of babies who have had just their bodies born then sucking out their brains…

    Would you consider that a “political sermon”?


    September 26, 2008 at 9:10 pm

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