YAYYY, JOE SCARBOUGH (?): Out of the Mouths of MSNBC Hosts

Written by Steve Bowers on February 12, 2015

An email I recently received stated this:

Lest we forget that the late William Rehnquist said, “the myth of separation is based on bad law…and has cause chaos in the courts. It should frankly be banished.”

The US Supreme Court declared in the Holy Trinity decision in the 1890’s that “this is a Christian nation” after, according to D. James Kennedy, reviewing multiple thousands of documents over about a 10 year period.

The actual “church” in America has been established as the church of secular humanism–visit any public school in the land and it will be “intuitively obvious to the brain dead”.

What is God’s purpose in Islamic terrorism? Maybe the church needs to use its spiritual weapons as perhaps never before.

Rehnquist was right, but you’ll never hear this quote bandied about by anyone save Christians. Never heard it in law school.

Secular Humanism is, indeed, the satanic sect where liberals worship.

Speaking of liberals … did you see Joe Scarborough’s rant about Obama’s Prayer Breakfast remarks? Aside from trying to keep from laughing at the Dull-Witted blonde squirming next to him, I nearly lost it when he put two words together that media types are even more loathe to join together into one phrase than Obama is to say “Islamic Terror.”

“Liberal/pseudo-intellectuals!” He really said it! I thought I was dreaming!

Things are getting weird when you find your self agreeing with statements by the likes of Bill Maher, Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Joe Scarborough! But it’s happening! As Obama and his flyin’ monkeys dismantle America from the foundation upward, even the dolts start to take note. Maybe a Monkey tossed a brick from above while dismantling the battlements and it hit ’em on the head.

(Really … you gotta’ watch Scarborough! When someone who congenitally cannot shut up, gets to saying the right stuff … it’s a thing of beauty.)

I have to agree with the above email’s paragraph.

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Steve Bowers
Steve Bowers grew up on a farm in Indiana, attended Indiana University and went into the construction business. While working on a construction project at a law school he was appalled at how lawyers could screw stuff up on a simple building project. Thinking he could do better, Steve went to law school. He’s pretty naive.