McMillan: God is Pulling the Plug on America

They tried to warn us. The Christian right has been saying for a long time that if we don’t straighten up and fly right, God was going to punish us. According to Craige McMillan at the Worldnetdaily, it’s now “Game over, America” as God has decided to pull the plug on us.

When God decides to pull the plug on a nation, he doesn’t mess around.

Since 2007, America’s economy, its international prestige and the rule of law restraining government abuses have all crumbled. The entitlement mentality has taken hold among the working poor and much of the middle class. Top government officials engage in race-baiting to promote a bankrupt political agenda that serves no one but themselves.

And that’s just at the national level.

States are now legalizing the drug trade in return for anemic tax revenues, while they ignore the costs to clean up the mess. State legislatures are giving preferential treatment to illegal aliens, including driver’s licenses, welfare, health care and tuition waivers.

Want to know what’s next?

It’s called the exodus. The flight of the productive. You don’t have to be a math major to figure out that with record numbers of Americans on the welfare and disability dole, record numbers not working or even looking for work, and the red carpet rolled out for illegals, the game is over. The corporate Demopublican triad is going to squeeze the last drop of blood out of every productive person who remains.

I bet they all move to Russia where they can still impose their religion through blasphemy and anti-gay laws. And you know what? I’d be really happy about that. Of course, it’s funny that God didn’t pull the plug on us for slavery or Jim Crow, or for the litany of horrible things we did during the cold war. Nope, it’s the gays.

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  • eric

    It’s called the exodus. The flight of the productive.

    It’s called Atlas Shrugged, and its just as fictional as Exodus.

    Seems to be largely bluff. You keep telling us you’re going to leave the country, but you never do.

  • Abby Normal

    If not the gays, then who is to blame? With all the troubles engulfing the US it’s almost like they built the country on thousand ancient indian burial grounds.

  • raven

    it’s now “Game over, America” as God has decided to pull the plug on us.

    Well, thank Cthulhu!!!

    Being god’s chosen people has always been a disaster. Look what happened to the last bunch, the Jews.

    After genociding the Canaanites, it was all downhill. They were overrun by the Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, and Romans. The Romans kicked them out of Palestine, the xians persecuted them for 2,000 years, and the Germans killed half of them.

    Being god’s chosen people is overrated.

  • Chiroptera

    It’s called the exodus. The flight of the productive.

    Okay, I’ll bite: where are they going?

    Oh, by “productive” he means “rich people’s investment money,” or, in common language, outsourcing.

  • raven

    Seems to be largely bluff. You keep telling us you’re going to leave the country, but you never do.

    It is. We could easily raise millions for them if they would renounce their US citizenship and buy one way plane tickets to…anywhere but here. We would cheer them on as they left and party for weeks afterwards.

    Ironically, 4 of my friends have left, two couples. One guy was just tired of the USA, the other couple retired early and had dual European citizenship. They couldn’t afford health care insurance here but got a better deal in Europe.

  • busterggi

    “It’s called the exodus.”

    Well McMillan, you know what to do about the door & your ass.

  • Larry Kearney

    With their god’s shitty aim, I’d be really worried if I were Belgium.

  • cafeeineaddicted

    Of course McMillan’s eye doesn’t venture beyond 2007, because that might mean that he might have to place some blame on Dubya.

  • John Pieret

    Of course there is a link at the bottom of the article to McMillan’s book Armageddon Story. How ya gonna get ’em to buy the book unless you convince them the end is near?

  • Johnny Vector

    Abby Normal @2:

    If not the gays, then who is to blame? With all the troubles engulfing the US it’s almost like they built the country on thousand ancient indian burial grounds.

    Well I can tell you my penis got diseases from a Shumash tribe.

    In song.

  • https://www.facebook.com/michael.riches.9 Sir Dr Duncan Mortlock

    “Top government officials engage in race-baiting to promote a bankrupt political agenda that serves no one but themselves.”

    and please inform the class Mr. McMillan, who votes these officials into office?

  • dugglebogey

    Maybe I haven’t been looking very hard, but this is the first time I have seen anybody refer to the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in Washington and Colorado in a negative way.

    Every other time I have seen people talking about it, it has been embraced as progress, or at the very least least as a worthwhile experiment.

    But definitely not as a sign of the apocalypse! What mess is needed to be cleaned up? Dorito crumbs?

  • Alverant

    It’s like the earthquake that destroyed Port Royale was blamed on God being mad at pirates even though pirates haven’t been there for centuries. They never stopped to think that maybe it was how they treated to their slaves that caused the natural disaster.

  • http://www.facebook.com/den.wilson d.c.wilson

    Shorter version: White America head for the hills while brown dope fiends take over our country!

    So, McMillan thinks rich people are going to take their money out of the country? Gee, he’s about ten years too late with that warning.

  • http://dharmaubuntu.wordpress.com/ Aspect Sign

    Don’t forget to turn the lights off when you leave, you’ve already wasted enough of our energy.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    The entitlement mentality has taken hold among the working poor and much of the middle class.

    He’s right. The weird part is they’re perfectly fine with cutting off everybody but them. Luckily, they can be easily identified (and avoided), with their tricorn hats with teabags on the brim and Medicare-subsidized scooters.

  • sundoga

    “Productive”. Ha.

  • some bastard on the internet

    Could people like this loon finish their ‘exodus’ sometime this week? I’d just like to come back home from my vacation and not regret leaving Hawaii.

  • hunter

    “I bet they all move to Russia where they can still impose their religion through blasphemy and anti-gay laws.”

    Not unless they want to join the Orthodox Church. The powers that be in Russia really don’t like anyone who’s not Orthodox.

  • dannorth

    Well since pulling the plug usually means withdrawing life support it just means that you will have to live on your own.

    Perhaps it will imply having to do without the reminders of “his will” like hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes.

    Tough luck (or is it tough love).

  • http://Reallyawakeguy.blogspot.com somnus

    Literally everything he talks about (both his complaints and his theoretical consequences) is demonstrably the collective product of human decision-making. Where is there any room in that process for his god?

    Or is it his argument that “because people made X decisions that god doesn’t like, he’s going to override the free will of a bunch of other people and force them to make decisions he does like?” Because that’s the only way I can see in which this idea that all the “producers” choosing to leave the country somehow constitutes God pulling the plug makes any sense whatsoever.

  • Pierce R. Butler

    “Pulling the plug…”

    Hmmm.

    Is America an electrical appliance or a bathtub?

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  • magistramarla

    dugglebogey @12

    I read the comments section in my local Texas paper to learn what the cons are thinking. It’s a stomach churning read.

    Many of them are complaining that Colorado is being ruined by the druggies. They consider Colorado Springs to be the only bright spot left in the state. I was there recently, and IMO, Colorado Springs is an awful place to be. Many of the people there are just as redneck and bigoted as the ones that I have to put up with here in Texas. The rest of the state is doing fine, and I think the sale of MJ is going to be very successful.

    They are also convinced that California is a “failed state”. I lived out there for a few years, and we intend to retire there.

    The economy is improving, especially since the voters got rid of GOTP governors and nearly every repub in the state legislature. Conservatives don’t believe the truth when it’s right in front of them.

  • fmitchell

    Taxing the middle class while giving tax breaks to the wealthy and bailouts to corporations is apparently Godly. Taxing the middle class and the rich to give aid to the poor apparently makes God ragequit.

    When the “justice” system imprisons a disproportionate number of black people, God smiles. When “law enforcement” shoots black kids in the street and his neighbors demonstrate God frowns. When the press exposes “law enforcement” massively overreacting God grows angry … at the press.

    When child refugees stream across the border, God commands his followers to turn them back.

    Glad I’m an atheist.

  • martinc

    Nope, it’s the gays.

    Let’s not get our clueless nutjob memes mixed up. While remaining true to WND’s central theme of delivering A-grade idiocy by ticking most of the usual right-wing shibboleths like drugs, illegal aliens, welfare, size of government and godlessness, this article rather specifically avoids mentioning the gays. I wonder if some of the more politically astute right-wingers are beginning to sniff the wind on that issue. It’s like watching a dinosaur try to turn around, but interesting nonetheless.

  • Moggie

    Pierce R. Butler:

    Is America an electrical appliance or a bathtub?

    Since it’s so dangerous, I’d say “both”.

  • eurosid

    He might be right. Burger King left.

    Well, their taxes left.

  • http://timgueguen.blogspot.com timgueguen

    I suspect his idea of “race baiting” is things like Obama suggesting the death of Trayvon Martin was a tragedy, and not a justified execution of a thug.

  • Matt G

    Well he pulled the plug on the whole world, and now the oceans are filling with meltwater. See? It isn’t global warming causing sea level rise….