Friday, February 29, 2008

Aunty-Khrust attends a ......protestant warehouse

Mega-church pastor-slob Hagee gives his blessing to McCain:

""""""SAN ANTONIO — Senator John McCain got support on Wednesday from an important corner of evangelical Texas when the pastor of a San Antonio mega-church, Rev. John C. Hagee, endorsed Mr. McCain for president. Mr. Hagee, who argues that the United States must join Israel in a preemptive, biblically prophesized military strike against Iran that will lead to the second coming of Christ, praised Mr. McCain for his pro-Israel views.



"......hii vero velut inrationabilia pecora naturaliter in captionem et in perniciem in his quae ignorant blasphemantes in corruptione sua et peribunt..."(Jee-zuss did not know Angloish)

Mr. McCain, who has been on a steady search for support among conservative and evangelical leaders who have long distrusted him, said he was “very honored'’ by Mr. Hagee’s endorsement. Asked about Mr. Hagee’s extensive writings on Armageddon and about what one questioner said was Mr. Hagee’s belief that the anti-Christ will be the head of the European Union, Mr. McCain responded that “all I can tell you is that I am very proud to have Pastor John Hagee’s support.'’


Hagee, Hairlip-Baptist-in-command, calling the shots. McCain lost what little respect some of us had for him with this endorsement from this fat, dimwitted biblethumper fundie.

(vote for the secularist in the running, Senor NOTA: None-of-the-above)

3 comments:

Max said...

Looks like you're waking up.

Ready for the O train yet?

J said...

Nope. Rev Obama stands in those mega-churches as well, and while not quite as psychotic as the Hagee sorts, has on occasion verged towards rapture speak. Read a bit about the preacher quack at the Chi-town church which BO attends.

I'm hopin' for Senor NOTA now, if Hill's out, and some monkey-wrenching lite from Nader. And sedation for fundies, even the dem ones.

J said...

And as a sometime McGreen, you ought to keep in mind the real implications of Obama's union pandering (in Michigan and Ohio, elsewhere). It's not even really that "democratic" since his bills have been arguably more corporate than Hill. But he does his usual hype (as does HRC). It's more imagery, oratory, demagoguery.

For BO, NAFTA's cool when in Texas or outwest, where some have benefitted from it--and it's probably led to more illegal immigration (which dems do little about); when up in the Car-factory land, NAFTA's enemy #1. Unions want to keep those chevy's and ford and dodges rollin', you can be sure of that.

It's the naive pro-union- at-any cost-democrats (and the automotive workers themselves) who have built the LA traffic hell, and that of other major cities, as much as it is the execs (and consumerism as well).

NAFTA indeed f-s the entire dem program. Some mexicans and southwest people approve of it, even "liberals", as do canadians. But that doesn't fly around Motor city.

The NW clown-chat on Hill's relatively tame ad was pretty pathetic as well, with Cousin Beyta doing his usual poorly written non sequiturs (Occam's razor used with BO's campaign strategy! heh. what a pompous idiot), and you know whonius doin' the usual mumbling and vapid generalizing.

While I take issue with xtian idiots like Hagee, there still may be sound reasons to vote McCain, at least if given JM vs BO (tho' NOTA looks to be the most rational choice).

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