Thursday, January 21, 2016

The Zika Virus

Thank you for the world so sweet,
Thank you for the food we eat.
Thank you for the birds that sing,
Thank you God for everything.

Fuck you for the world so cruel.
Fuck you God and eat my stool.
Fuck you for the pain you bring.
Fuck you God for everything.

God thought it would be a good idea to infect babies with the Zika virus. This all knowing God decided to infect new born babies with the Zika virus and give them a life time of suffering.

Zika Virus May be Linked to Surge in Rare Syndrome in Brazil

Friday, January 15, 2016

God Makes Evil People Known as Republicans

Scientists have studied for years this difficult question of why some people have a conscience and some don’t. Some people are called Democrats, and some people are called Republicans.

We've  see those deparved conscienceless Republicans in their own foul habitat on the Fox News Business stage. They will compete to become “guests” at the nearest mental institution – no, strike that, they will compete to become the Republican nominee for President of the United States. And if, Jehovah has his way and any of them makes it to the White House, you’ll want someone in the Senate with a conscience and then some to take them on. You’ll want someone with conscience, cheek, and chutzpah. You’ll want, as Chris Matthews dubbed Alan Grayson, “Captain Cojones.”

If things go south in November, and one of these GOP jackwagons ends up in the White House, I’ll be ready to fight back. Look at what I said about our last Republican President and Vice President:

When Dick Cheney attacked President Obama unjustly at the beginning of President Obama’s first term, Alan Grayson said that many Americans wished that Cheney would “STFU.”

When MSNBC publicized a photo of President Bush and a Saudi prince kissing each other, Grayson suggested that if Bush had let him get to second base, gasoline might be only a dollar a gallon.

When Dick Cheney called for US troops on the ground against ISIS, Grayson said that Cheney “never met a war he didn’t like.”

When President Bush belatedly complained that he deserved more credit for the killing of Bin Laden, Grayson adroitly suggested Bush hadn’t spoken up sooner because he might’ve been passed out drunk for the last three or four days.

With President Bush and Vice President Cheney, those were just warmup pitches. Just wait until you see what Grayson has in store for the Republican nominee – even before the November election.

He's ready and willing to call out whatever RWNJ ends up as the Republican Party nominee, and fight back against the GOP’s conscienceless, terrible policies. (Is “conscienceless” a word? Well, it is now.) Chip in $3 or more now to make sure he can do that in the Senate >>

Jose Miguel and Julio

Monday, January 11, 2016

Jesus Never Existed

The Jesus as we know him - the Jesus of Christianity - definitely did not exist. It is possible that there was no historical Jesus at all. No historians of the first century mention Jesus, despite there being authors who write (at length) about Jewish concerns. There are no Roman records that mention Jesus1. Not only all that, but, there are no Christian eye-witnesses of Jesus. All of the Gospels are anonymous and written by friends-of-friends, and none are written in the first person; also, Paul (who authored 13 of the 27 books of the NT) never met Jesus, except in a vision2. They're also written in very competent Greek (the language of later converts), rather than in Hebrew (the language of the original converts, excepting Paul). Early Christians didn't know when Jesus was born (his birthdate wasn't decided for hundreds of years, in 354CE)3 and didn't know where he was buried. People have doubted his existence since the very first century, and, despite the popularity of Christianity, there is a modern resurgence of people who disbelieve in the very existence of Jesus today. The biggest problem facing such unbelievers is accounting for early Christianity. But there are multiple theories as to how Christianity may have arisen without a historical saviour. For example, it is quite possible, given the similarities of Jesus to previous saviour religions and pagan stories about god-men, that the entire story of Jesus is a rewrite, with Jewish undertones, of Roman and pagan myths that were current at the beginning of the first century456.

Caveat: Nothing in the Bible was written by Jesus.