The Voice of Christian Youth America ties it all together

“Avi Lipkin” has to be a poe. He’s got to be some kind of performance artist — an absurdist chameleon like Andy Kaufmann or Sacha Baron Cohen.

This is the Voice of Christian Youth. Kids these days.

Because no one could possibly really believe the things “Avi Lipkin” says. Even the most gullible rubes in right-wing AM Christian radio can’t really be buying what he’s selling.

Except they seem to be. Here’s Lipkin speaking to Christian radio host Vic Eliason, explaining how Barack Hussein Carpathia began as a child to push for global sharia law and health care reform through the United Nations.

Or something like that:

The Muslim Brotherhood is going to end up either killing, converting to Islam or expelling the remaining Christians of Egypt. When the Christians of Egypt are gone, the economy of Egypt is gone. When the economy of Egypt is gone, the 76 Muslims who remain are going to starve to death. What do people do when they starve? They leave. Where do they go to? America. Who’s going to bring them in? Obama. Where is he going to settle them? In the lands confiscated by Agenda 21.

I think “Lipkin” — if that’s even his real name — started out trying to do an outrageously over-the-top parody, and then, when right-wing Christian audiences smiled and cheered, he tried pushing the limits even more just to see how far he could take this.

And so far, the right-wing Christian audience’s credulity is still outpacing “Lipkin’s” imagination and his best attempts to say something they would consider beyond the pale.

LIPKIN: America will be Muslim by 2016. 2016 is the eighth year of President Obama, meaning he is going to bring in 50-100 million Muslims because it is inevitable that all these Islamic countries cannot rule, they don’t know how to rule themselves, they are completely inept, and after they kill all the Christians that remain there will not be any economy left so you’re going to have overnight 50-100 million Muslims coming in. You cannot put them in American cities, you have got to create entire new areas populated in the United States and Canada with these Muslims.

ELIASON: Where Sharia law holds forth?

LIPKIN:Yes! So you have Agenda 21, you have Sharia law …

See that enthused “Yes!” from Lipkin? That’s the hallmark of improv. The interview makes sense if you assume he’s doing sketch comedy — an improv theater of the absurd. But neither Eliason nor his audience are in on the joke.

Eliason’s show, by the way, is called “VCY America.” “VCY” stands for the “Voice of Christian Youth.” Vic Eliason is 76 years old.

That may seem too old to be hosting a show called “Voice of Christian Youth,” but you have to remember that Eliason wasn’t born until hundreds of years after the 17th century he’s trying to drag us back to. Compared to Cotton Mather, he’s still just a kid.

* * * * * * * * *

American Family Association indignation specialist Bryan Fischer takes a break from hating on gay people to hate on black people.

This garbage — a bunch of lies about the black president’s black attorney general — is just straight up, old-fashioned racism. It’s a classic example of that weird thing where the privileged resent the oppressed. White people have it so hard, Fischer says, while blacks get all the breaks.

This is not surprising, given that Fischer also says conservatives should “unhesitatingly reclaim the ‘D’ word,” meaning “discrimination.” (He’s following outrage-machine Bill Donohue here. Donohue — the Grover Dill to Timothy Dolan’s Scut Farkus — tried out this “I want the law to discriminate” line last month.)

With Fischer spending most of his time spewing such extreme hateful garbage, the following may seem like an irrelevant bit of nitpicking. But this also needs to be said: Bryan Fischer doesn’t know the difference between Alan Scott and Hal Jordan.

“Wonder how Ryan Reynolds feels about getting outed by DC Comics,” Fischer tweeted.

Fischer works for the American Family Association, an outfit that built its reputation by protesting against movies no one at AFA ever bothered to watch. So it’s not surprising to see Fischer continue that tradition by protesting against comics he’s never bothered to read.

 

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  • http://apocalypsereview.wordpress.com/ Invisible Neutrino

    Wow. I’m just…. wow. (O_O)

    Like holy crap did I step into the bizarro mirror wow.

    50-100 million Muslims? Does that guy even THINK for two seconds about the logistics of that kind of population shift? Does he even realize it’s not physically possible?

    And then the resurgence of anti-black hatred? And trying to make it respectable again?

    Good god. *facedesk*

  • Magic_Cracker

    50-100 million Muslims?

    Besides the logistical impossibility, I’m also struck by what must be the blithest hyphen I’ve ever seen. I mean, what’s the variable that requires a 50 million person margin of error in Lipkin’s calculations*? Under what circumstances does Global Potentate Obama bring 50 million foreign Muslims into the U.S. and when does he bring in 100 million? Why not all 1.6 or so billion Muslims?

    As for Barack Stavro Blofeld’s  master plan, what exactly is it again? Why, to impose Sharia law, of course!**, leaving me  to wonder, yet again, what Lipkin and ilk’s problem with Sharia law is. As a freedom loving free-thinker I despise Sharia law, but it’s pretty much everything Lipkin and ilk advocate for. So long as you swap Jesus for Mohamed and the Bible for the Koran in your justifications, they’re pretty on-board with it policy-wise. Maybe that’s exactly their problem: Professional jealousy.

    * I know, I know, Lipkin has no calculations and is using these verwy scarwy numbers in the same way the bible uses “a thousand” to mean “a lot,” but one can’t appreciate the sublime ridiculousness of Lipkin & ilk’s assertions unless one takes them seriously, at first anyway.

    **Why? What for? To what end?

  • AnonymousSam

    Lipkin has no calculations and is using these verwy
    scarwy numbers in the same way the bible uses “a thousand” to mean “a
    lot

    And they shall come to us in waves over a period of 40 days and 40 nights!

    </Biblical humor>

  • pmjbf

    The best part is “Avi Lipkin” apparently also has an alias, “Victor Mordecai.”  Definitely a comedy act.

  • LL

    My mother forwarded me some bullshit neocon email Friday about some show/movie titled “2016.” I read only enough to get that it was the same “Obama is evil” crap dummies have been yammering about since he started running for president. I responded by sending her (and everyone else on that email) this link: http://www.salon.com/2012/05/24/my_break_with_the_extreme_right/

    I’ve gotten no further emails from her since. I don’t know if she just hasn’t read the linked story yet or just chose not to. If it keeps more “Obama is the anti-christ” emails out of my in-box, then that’s fine by me. I’d hate to have to filter my own mother out of my email. 

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/BYRV35EWCL4AKVA3APJHDTND6A Steve

    Forget comics he’s never bothered to read–he’s ahead of the curve by objecting to comics that haven’t even been published yet!

  • pmjbf

    …and is married to “a Jewess” according to his web page biography.

  • http://apocalypsereview.wordpress.com/ Invisible Neutrino

    Oh, that’s not faintly old-fashioned, out-of-touch and in a modern context, kind of creepily dismissive.

  • Lori

     

    …and is married to “a Jewess” according to his web page biography.  

    Agghh. I’m not sure exactly how this came to be true, but IME only hardcore anti-Semitic a-holes use the word “Jewess”.

  • veejayem

    That’s what I thought. Didn’t the term “Jewess” stop being used by all half-way decent people after the Shoah? It is also reminiscent of the terms used for female animals ~ tigress, lioness, etc. ~ thus becoming even more offensive when applied to a human being.

  • The_L1985

    This is the first time I’ve even heard the word used.

  • Tonio
  • Tricksterson

    I suppose a rendition of Frank Zappa’s “Jewish Princess” would be ina pprpriate here.

  • http://dpolicar.livejournal.com/ Dave

    (warning: comic-book geekage and humor invoking certain gay stereotypes follows)

    I first heard about Alan Scott (the original Green Lantern) being gay when my niece posted to Facebook about it, commenting about it not being Hal Jordan.

    My comment at the time was that Hal Jordan was a test-pilot recruited by a group of prissy old men who had, millenia ago, sent all their women off-planet and recruited cadres of fearless color-coordinated followers to do their bidding. All Earth-1 Green Lanterns are gay. Some of them just don’t know it yet.

  • http://profiles.google.com/marc.k.mielke Marc Mielke

    That’s funny, but when I was working for a gay guy that didn’t turn me gay. I did enjoy his catty humour, though. 

  • Jurgan

    That’s because I was praying for you.  Otherwise, you’d have had no chance against their wiles.

  • http://dpolicar.livejournal.com/ Dave

     (nods) I’ve worked for a variety of straight guys and a few straight women over the years, and my sexuality has come through that particular challenge safely as well. I even went skinny-dipping with one of the former group and that didn’t turn me straight. (No, wait, that’s not how it works, is it? I get so confused…)

  • Tricksterson

    Maybe not the Lanterns, some of them I think come from species that don’t even have gender, but the Guardians?  That’s pretty much a given, they’re probably too old to actually do anything they just like dressing hot men in spandex so they can watch and send them out on missions whose real purpose is toget them sweaty.  Sinestro was too butch for this.  It’s why he rebelled and formed his own Corps.

  • Jeff Weskamp

    Okay, these two articles have convinced me of one thing:  The members of America’s Conservative-Republican-Fundamentalist faction are now as out of touch with reality as an issue of the Weekly Word News.  I’m fully expecting to hear these folks claim the Obama genetically engineered Bat Boy to hunt down and kill American Christians!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Charity-Brighton/100002974813787 Charity Brighton

    RED ALERT! RED ALERT! An Islamist invasion from Egypt! We have to do something!

    Let’s check how many men will be in their legions of terror.

    When the economy of Egypt is gone, the 76 Muslims who remain are going
    to starve to death. What do people do when they starve? They leave.

    76?

    Not 76 million, or even 76,000, but just… 76?

    Er…

    Is it just me or is this the least bothersome conspiracy theory I’ve ever heard? I mean, OK, even if it’s all true, I really think that we can handle 76 Muslim jihadist invaders. Thanks to our rigorous TSA airport screenings, they’ll be limited to handguns and light artillery, and if we really put our minds to it we could probably lose them in baggage check for, like, a month. Plus we already know they’re going to be half-starved, so their hand-to-hand combat skills will be shot. Really, if the local sheriff’s office near the receiving airport can’t handle this invasion, I’d be surprised.

    I’m not too worried.

  • Baby_Raptor

    Thanks for that. I needed a laugh after reading the article.

  • http://www.oliviareviews.com/ PepperjackCandy

    It’s not so much the 76 Muslim jihadist invaders.  It’s the 76 *zombie* Muslim jihadist invaders. 

    Because, after all, they will have starved to death before they left Egypt.

  • Tricksterson

    So, if they bite you you don’t become undead, you convert to Islam?

  • http://jesustheram.blogspot.com/ Mr. Heartland

    It appears that the rightful life partner for “Crazy Blue Protesting Lady” (aka. ‘Chrisma woman’  you may have seen the video of her raving to the Lincoln Ne city council against a gay rights ordinance) has emerged at last. 
     
    (Self plug, sort of.  The words are not my own and are in fact far beyond my own creative limits.  http://jesustheram.blogspot.com/2011/11/return-of-chrisma-woman.html)
     
    “Moslems haveDarted kidney infections in Europe and America
    Pretended to be Mexicans to taint at caneries with botulism. 
    Used nanos to self inflict and inflict other Americans
    Moslem Mr. Icain helped do away with heads of companies and put communist films in Blockbuster video stores across the nation. 
    10’000 Iranians hacked into Wall Street and Nasdaq for years; they quit. 
    Terrorists of Barnes and Nobels sells ‘Osama’ book not made by a German American but by Moslem terrorists that call Osama a celebrity.
    In navy to use laser on Americans on shore.”    Darted kidney infections in Europe and America
    Pretended to be Mexicans to taint at caneries with botulism. 
    Used nanos to self inflict and inflict other Americans
    Moslem Mr. Icain helped do away with heads of companies and put communist films in Blockbuster video stores across the nation. 
    10’000 Iranians hacked into Wall Street and Nasdaq for years; they quit. 
    Terrorists of Barnes and Nobels sells ‘Osama’ book not made by a German American but by Moslem terrorists that call Osama a celebrity.
    In navy to use laser on Americans on shore.”   

  • Magic_Cracker

    76?
    Not 76 million, or even 76,000, but just… 76?
    Er…

    But thanks to Agenda 21, there will only be 75 right-thinking (i.e., white-looking) God-bothering Americans by then. /poe

  • gocart mozart

    Agenda 21 is the most fiendish plot since Plan 9.

  • The_L1985

    But Agenda 21’s not from outer space.

  • Tricksterson

    No, but many of the reactions to it are.

  • Kubricks_Rube

    “Wonder how Ryan Reynolds feels about getting outed by DC Comics,” Fischer tweeted.

    Maybe if he was working in a longer format Fischer could have done better, but the award for most offensive reaction to a fictional coming out goes to a blogger here at Patheos. Trigger warning:

    Using the comics as propaganda is nothing new. In fact, there are very few of the funnies that are funny anymore–they’re all uploaded with some sort of left wing, feminist, homosex propaganda sermon.[…]

    Maybe we should simply stand up against it with mockery. The problem is, if we paint them as limp wristed pansies mincing about in tight pants and have a good old guffaw they’d revel in it. They like camping it up, and they love an audience.

    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/standingonmyhead/2012/06/comix-as-propaganda.html

  • http://jesustheram.blogspot.com/ Mr. Heartland

    “Maybe it’s best to just ignore the whole thing and stick with Superman
    and Batman. ”

    So, this guys idea of the ultimate alpha-male superhetero is… Batman? 

    Not sure if serious.

  • JonathanPelikan

    fuck

    why did I read the article

    and why did I look at the comments

    (I was hoping for a few commennt bunker-busters dropped on this unAmerican son of a bitch’s head.)

    (there weren’t any)

    fuck republicans

  • http://jamoche.dreamwidth.org/ Jamoche

    This’ll cheer you up – screencaps of the Facebook comment replies to the “Million Moms” (aka AFA) page protesting the Green Lantern storyline – at least until they couldn’t delete the comments fast enough and took their page down to “go to Vacation Bible School”.

    Best comment: “In brightest day, in blackest night, no intolerance shall escape my sight. Let those who worship ignorance’s might, beware my power … Green Lantern’s light!”

  • JonathanPelikan

    Thank you; that really did make my day.

  • Consumer Unit 5012

     I left the ‘Comix as EVIL GAY COOTIES” guy a reply.  Even money says it never gets out of moderation alive, so i’ll just reprint it here.

    NOTE: THE FOLLOWING POST IS TO BE READ AS SARCASM.

    I,
    for one, am so weary of the relentless homosex propaganda onslaught–the
    passive/aggressive techniques they use (one minute whimpering about
    being victims and the next minute crashing rocks through church windows
    or making death threats) the lies, the bullying, the manipulation,
    blackmail and buying votes.

    You left out “deliberately getting
    dragged to death behind a pickup truck just to buy sympathy.” Because
    that TOTALLY doesn’t count as REAL victimization, right?

    SARCASM ENDS HERE.

    I’m
    pretty sure fighting The Homosexual Agenda (“Get to be treated like
    first-class citizens”) isn’t much like the Balrog. If gays were
    represented by a twenty-foot-tall flaming demon armed with a sword and a
    whip, I think Congress probably would have repealed the Defense of
    Marriage Act by now. But I can certainly understand why you’d put it
    like that – it’s hard work keeping people you hate from getting equal
    rights, and most people would rather feel like a wizard than an Imperial Wizard.

  • http://xulonjam.wordpress.com/ Xulon

    Back in the late 70s/early 80s when I used to listen to Christian radio, there was a program on during my drive home from work called ‘The Voice of Americanism” (can I get a witness?) with Stewart McBernie (sp?). One time while leading into a story on the level of “Cubans are training sharks to swim to Florida and eat all the American swimmers”, he said “You might laugh, but you’d be surprised how many of my stories end up being true”. Quite an endorsement for a news program.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Matt-Herrera/100000106872183 Matt Herrera

    I haven’t seen all of the Green Lantern movie, but I always felt that Ryan Reynolds was miscast as Hal Jordan.  He always struck me as more of a Guy Gardner or Kyle Rayner.

    Nathan Fillion would have made a perfect Hal, but then I think that most things would be improved by having more Nathan Fillion.

  • http://dpolicar.livejournal.com/ Dave

     

    Nathan Fillion would have made a perfect Hal

    “The hammer is my… willpower.”

  • The_L1985

    I should not read this blog, or its comments, at work.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jon.maki Jon Maki

    What’s funny is that Ryan Reynolds guest-starred as himself on Family Guy recently and most of the jokes in the episode revolved around him completely denying that he was gay while simultaneously heavily implying* through his actions that he really was, so even if we were talking about Hal rather than Alan, I think Reynolds would be okay with it.

    (Of course, we’d also have to accept Fischer’s apparent belief that an actor’s real life sexual orientation necessarily mirrors that of a character he played in a movie.)The only thing that bothers me about the decision to make Alan gay (other than the shameless grasp for publicity on DC’s part, but that’s understandable, given that they’re in it for the money) is that it’s really kind of a push.  Robinson decided to go that route simply because, in prior continuity, Alan had a gay son.  Said son no longer exists (since Alan is a young man now, rather than a veteran of World War II), so Robinson thought it made sense to fill the void left by the loss of one gay character by using another.  I certainly understand the reasoning, and I think it’s a decent rationale, but I think it’s a shame that the end result is no net change in the number of LBGT characters.

    OTOH, even if people are confused about which one, Green Lantern has more name recognition than Obsidian, so…I don’t know.

    *It actually went well beyond implying, with him outright stating that he wanted to have sex with Peter…even though he’s totally not gay.  It was, at times, amusing, but also exceedingly odd.

  • AnonymousSam

    We had the memorial for my significant other’s mother two days ago, and much of her family flew up from Texas and California to attend. I have never been surrounded by so much cartoonish judgment and disapproval in my life, and I was a very problematic child in school.

    I had the “pleasure” of hearing this phrase spoken aloud. There is not enough brain bleach in the world…

    “Oh, I love Glenn Beck. I’ve never seen a more wonderfully conservative man.”

  • Lori

    My condolences on both the lose of your SO’s mom and on the time spent with the judge-y idiocy of her relatives.

  • http://apocalypsereview.wordpress.com/ Invisible Neutrino

    “Oh, I love Glenn Beck. I’ve never seen a more wonderfully conservative man.”

    *reduced to staring and laughing*

    How can anyone say that without dissolving into giggle fits?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Charity-Brighton/100002974813787 Charity Brighton

    Another funny aspect — the idea that the funny pages of the newspaper can, in any way shape or form, be considered “progressive”. The comics that feature on my newspaper funnies section include “Barney Google and Snuffy Smith” (set in the 30s and debuting in 1919), “Blondie” (debuting in 1930, has only changed incrementally since then)  “Dennis the Menace” (has actively gotten less and less ‘edgy’ since its debut in 1950), B.C. (debuted in 1951, mostly dull religious demagoguery), and “Family Circus” (debuted in 1960 — which makes it officially a ‘young’ comic strip, hasn’t changed one bit in the intervening half-century).

    The “funnies” are probably one of the most turgid and reactionary aspects of American popular culture. Newspapers everywhere are choked with ‘legacy strips’, strips that have been running continuously for up to a century and are clinging to the comics pages long after the deaths of their original creators.

    Sure, they’ll occasionally let a new strip into the syndicate, but over 2/3rds of the real estate is dedicated to preserving, in some small way, the childhoods of people who have to be in their 80s or 90s now. So the idea that the funny pages are some kind of bastion of left-wing radicalism is especially ridiculous. For every “Archie” boldly taking a step forward into the 21st century you have a dozen “Family Circus”s or “B.C.”s desperately clinging to the 50s or the 1920s or the 1840s or whenever Hell the “good old days” are these days.

  • Nequam

    (Of course, we’d also have to accept Fischer’s apparent belief that an actor’s real life sexual orientation necessarily mirrors that of a character he played in a movie.)

    Yes, as demonstrated by that paragon of heterosexual manhood, Rock Hudson.

  • http://apocalypsereview.wordpress.com/ Invisible Neutrino

    Ok, just because I was bored and wanted to do some math.

    Let’s say there’s – oh, five flights a day out of Cairo in Egypt. In keeping with the theme of this blog, let’s assume they’re all fully-loaded 747s – or about 400 passengers per trip – which means 2000 people per day.

    To move 50 million people would mean 25000 days, or somewhere around 68 years.

    Yeah, not happening by 2016. (>_>)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Charity-Brighton/100002974813787 Charity Brighton

    Well, once the initial strike force of 76 starved Egyptian zombies seize control of all the airstrips and landing pads in Obama’s North American Union, they can probably summon a great deal more than 5 flights a day.

  • GDwarf

    Ok, just because I was bored and wanted to do some math.

    Let’s say there’s – oh, five flights a day out of Cairo in Egypt. In keeping with the theme of this blog, let’s assume they’re all fully-loaded 747s – or about 400 passengers per trip – which means 2000 people per day.

    To move 50 million people would mean 25000 days, or somewhere around 68 years.

    Yeah, not happening by 2016. (>_>)

    Well, let’s turn that ’round a bit: How many people per day do they need to hit the 2016 deadline?

    Let’s see…4.5-ish years, that’s 1 650 days or so, that means…30-60 000 per day.

    Um. Huh. Y’know, I think it’ll be kinda obvious when the sun on the East coast becomes blocked out by the oncoming tidal wave of immigrants. 

  • P J Evans

    Like Customs and Immigration won’t notice that many people showing up suddenly, either.

    How do conservatives even function?

  • friendly reader

     Let’s also say that Cairo isn’t a completely modern airport that handled 13 million customers in 2011, during a massive civil uprising no less. While it still would be rather unfeasible to move 50-100 million people out of the country (the population itself is 90 million) in only 4 years given that those numbers include traffic in as well as out, don’t make Cairo International Airport sound like some tiny airstrip in the desert.

    Note: not defending this guy’s insanity, but rather the dignity of Egypt.

    The only time I have ever heard the word “Jewess” used was in an episode of Law & Order where it was a giveaway that suspect was an anti-Semite.

  • http://apocalypsereview.wordpress.com/ Invisible Neutrino

    Yeah, I was just figuring international trips to the USA – say, New York or another large city with inbound immigration personnel, and ignoring the trips to Europe, Asia and other parts of Africa. I know there can be up to 10 int’l trips a day to some places sometimes, so I settled on five as a reasonable compromise given the long flight durations and likely stopovers, etc.

    EDIT: So either the dude who wrote the bio hates the guy’s Jewish wife, or the guy himself is a closet anti-Semite, or he’s just so completely clueless he has no idea what connotations come with the word.

  • Jeff Weskamp

    Actually, if Obama repeatedly casts the spell Teleportation Circle and then adds some Permanency spells to give the Circles an unlimited duration (which he should be able to do, since he’s the Antichrist and all), he could set up dozens of areas where Muslims can teleport from Egypt into America.

    Obama could also create thousands of Egyptian zombies by casting Animate Dead.  And then direct them to the Teleportation Circles and send them to the airstrips and landing pads.  Then he could cast a Gate spell that opens up into the Pits of Hell and summon a host of devils to reinforce his battalions of Egyptian zombies.Also, if Obama is the Antichrist, what is his caster level?  I’m betting it’s 666.

  • AngryWarthogBreath

    Where’s Obama going to get the XP for those Permanency spells, though? The same people who tell us he’s the Antichrist have told us repeatedly, he’s not experienced enough to be President!

    Maybe Agenda 21 is an artifact that allows him to cast Permanency at will.

    It makes a lot more sense than anything Avi Lipkin says.

  • Tricksterson

    I think as Anti-Christ he probably qualifies as a Demi-God so Divinity rules apply.

  • GDwarf

    Blarg, replied to wrong post.

  • Tonio

     How about a Rowling translation? Obama could teach Apparition to the Muslims and supply them with tons of Floo Powder. Then he could create an army of Inferi and order the dementors to Branson and New Iberia and Colorado Springs.

  • Albanaeon

    Dementers are already in Colorado Springs.  Focus on the Family always makes me feel cold and if all the happiness in the world has been sucked from my body…

  • modusoperandi00

    If this is how they react to every minor perceived loss of privilege, what would they do if they were actually oppressed? They’re already permanently set to William Shatner, the only settings higher than that are Nicolas Cage and Brian Blessed.

  • Matri

    I dunno… Tom Cruise?

  • Mrs Grimble

    From the synopsis of the interview on vcyamerica.org:

    Vic began with news out of an island near Madagascar that falls under the sovereignty of Australia. The population of this island is nearly 100% Muslim. 80% of them are on welfare paid by Australian taxpayers. The person in charge of approving the welfare payments is the local Islamic Imam.

    And Ari apparently didn’t even blink at that.
    So,i f you  believe in  a non-existent Australian-territory island 3000 miles away from Australia,  then bringing   two-thirds of the Eygptian population into the US within four years and with nobody noticing – hey, you can believe in  that before breakfast!

  • Tricksterson

    What I’m wondering is did they move Madagascar or Australia?

  • Albanaeon

    Hey look.  Someone else that doesn’t think Romney is going to win…

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GWBDVPGGY37K3QLIECDZXLBCCE Carl Leon

    There must not be any person alive on the planet more despicable than old ugly Vic Eliason.  He’s simply a hate-monger who uses his religion to denigrate others.  He can’t even get along with his own daughter, who is as hateful as he is.  I do hope he stays on the radio though, because he can do more to destroy Christianity than a thousand atheists.  


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