Re: Minister ex-communicates members for not backing Bush
heybub at gmail.com
Sat May 7 18:49:18 EDT 2005
D.F. Manno wrote:
> In article <d5gnt0$734$1 at news.spamcop.net>,
> "Frog Prince" <devnull at spamcop.net> wrote:
>> May 6, 2005
>> Minister ex-communicates members for not backing Bush
>> The Associated Press
>> The minister of a Haywood County Baptist church is telling members of
>> his congregation that if they're Democrats, they either need to find
>> another place of worship or support President Bush.
>> One former church member says Chandler told some of the members that
>> if they didn't support George Bush, they needed to resign their
>> positions and get out of the church, or go to the altar, repent and
>> agree to vote for Bush.
> Vote for him how? When? Doesn't the "minister" know that the Shrub
> run again? It's obvious his grasp of the U.S. government is as weak as
> that of the bible.
He meant, no doubt, JEB Bush. For eight years.
Then there's that good-looking Hispanic nephew.
Everybody gets used to the dynasty.
It's then only a small step to a monarchy.
Next we can concentrate on annexing the good parts of Canada. Or maybe trade
our north-east for Canada's western provinces. Yeah, that sounds better.
Quebec can be North America's Luxemborg. Or Somalia.
Yep, the path is clear, the goal is in sight. Kinda like the new road rules
for our national forests.
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