Friday, February 21, 2014

Annals of Asshattery

Tom DeLay, former House minority leader and inmate of the federal corrections system, tells us of Divine intervention.

“I think we got off that track when we allowed our government to become a secular government, when we stopped realizing that God created this nation, that He wrote the constitution, that’s based on biblical principles,” DeLay said when asked when people stopped doing good for others in the name of God on “The Difference,” a talk show on Global Evangelical Television.

If God wrote the Constitution, why is there a typo in it?  The Almighty doesn’t use Microsoft Word?

Bonus: Jesus is coming back with a semi-automatic.

7 barks and woofs on “Annals of Asshattery

  1. He’s delusional, he really is. I thought the Constitution was written in Philadelphia by men who were smart enough to make freedom of religion part of the Bill of Rights.

  2. You’d think God would have mentioned himself! And maybe not made slaves 3/5 of a person! And not instituted a process for amending his word!

    • Moroni told Joseph Smith that all ni-CLANGs were going to Hell just because. 3/5 is a big step up from that; He must have changed His mind in the intervening 40-odd years.

      As for amending, ask any Tenther: any amendment from the 11th on is the work of Satan and must be immediately and permanently expunged – except the 22nd, which is enforceable only when the pResident isn’t part of the GOTea.

  3. Gots to wonder if old Tom is so God/Bible oriented while HE fell off the righteous path and wallowed in greed, corruption, backstabbing, lying, and other venal slimery. Hmmm?

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