The fictional story entitled "Bush Deploys Salvation Army to Iraq" stated that Bush had called up 30,000 Salvation Army recruits to bolster the troops in Iraq.
|"The designated duty is to bolster duty around Iraq's borders and prevent additional insurgents from crossing into Iraq and disrupting the peace process."|
It was of course a made-up story, but that is not the point. The Christian Post picked it up as a genuine news article with no references made to the author.
In this writers view, this only proves once and for all that Christians are NOT perfect and should be condemned for their hypocrisy. They go around acting as if they are so high and mighty, even having the nerve to force moralist laws down the throats of the rest of us folk.
I can already hear the grumblings. So what if Christians are not perfect you say! Neither are you. But I say the difference is that we already know it, and at least we're not hypocrites about it.
The original author has asked the question. "What would Jesus Do?" Well this writer can tell you what he would do. He would say that no Christian should hold a position of authority within a publicly held corporation. We the people have the right to not have some hypocrite making decisions that influence the share value of our investments.
This writer is so fed up with these christoids that he would go so far as to submit there oughta be a law stating that they cannot hold public office. We want real people making our laws. People who are deeply flawed like the rest of us and make no bones about it. Not some pie in the sky hypocrite that couldn't stay on the straight and narrow even if their life depended on it.
Now that you mention it, some have even suggested we should give them a taste of their own medicine. Burn a few at the stake and see how they like it. Christoid kabobs. Yeah! Or better still, give them over to the jihad terrorists and lop off their heads. Too bad the colluseum is in disrepair.
Extreme perhaps? Extreme measures for extremists I always say.
*Editor's note: This is a tongue-in-cheek work of satire. Have a great day.