Scarborough: Christians Have ‘Infiltrated’ the Texas GOP

Christian con man Rick Scarborough went on Gordon Klingenschmitt’s show and said, “Christians have infiltrated the Republican Party in Texas and it’s like going to revival meetings when you go to our state conventions.” Infiltrated? Like there was ever a time when the Texas GOP was not dominated by Christians? Delusional much?

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  • Sastra

    “… Texas is a model for other states.”

    Well, yes — but not in a good way.

  • hunter

    Sorry — I like fantasy stories with a real story line.

    And why do all these jerks have such irritating voices?

  • rationalinks

    Well that’s good to hear. I was very concerned when those commiemuslimatheistmarxistnazigayhomos started the Texas Tea Party. Now that they’ve been infiltrated by Real Americans, we can all sleep better at night.

  • dingojack

    In breaking news — Catholics have ‘infiltrated the Vatican. They say that now masses are like – um – masses.

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    Dingo

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

    It’s like when law enforcement infiltrates hippy groups. Then, after the big bust, you find out that everybody at the meetings was law enforcement.

  • Chiroptera

    Infiltrated? Like there was ever a time when the Texas GOP was not dominated by Christians?

    Not only that, but “infiltrated” also implies that they had to sneak in without letting anyone know they’re really Christians.

  • Kevin Kehres

    I think the term he was going for was “infested”.

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

    Kevin Kehres “I think the term he was going for was ‘infested’.”

    “What you got here is an infestation of Christians. Conservatives, going by the droppings. What I can do is leave some traps by the doors and ducts and such. I bait ’em with privilige. They go nuts for it.”

  • tbp1

    From #1:

    “… Texas is a model for other states.”

    Well, yes — but not in a good way.

    As Molly Ivins put it (damn, I miss her):

    “Naturally, in Texas, National Laboratory for Bad Government, we do it all first and worst.”

  • eric

    I’m betting these guys are implying that the next Texas GOP platform will be more anti-critical thinking, anti-mainstream history, anti-gay, anti-health care, and anti-immigrant than ever.

  • Akira MacKenzie

    Infiltrated? Like there was ever a time when the Texas GOP was not dominated by Christians?

    Well, those aren’t Real Christians.(TM).

  • busterggi

    Perhaps Scarborough could tell us which Texas politicians aren’t Christians so we can figure out when the infiltration started.

  • http://www.pandasthumb.org Area Man

    The important thing is for Christians to feel like they’re an underprivileged minority that had to fight their way in, as opposed to a domineering majority that’s been keeping everyone else out. See also: the heartrending plight of white males in the GOP.

  • marcus

    MO @ 8 Oh yeah, they’re live traps, totally humane. Just be sure to release them somewhere far away or they’ll just come slinking back.

    Oh, I dunno… Russia maybe… or Uganda. Somewhere they’ll feel safe.