Christoph Dollis gives us our daily dose of shutdown blues.

Yesterday I posted about how the GOP would be fired from Taco Bell and got this comment from Christoph Dollis: This post is nonsense. The members of congress were elected to exercise their best judgment, including when not to fund programs. Elections have consequences. They won – in the house. He’s right: the post sucked. [Read More...]

Father on Republicans’ idea of negotiation and compromise.

I’ve already put down my thoughts on the government shutdown and the GOP’s charade, but father tied up the word play in use by the Republicans nicely in this one paragraph: The thing about “compromise” and “negotiations” as used here is the effort to create a false equivalency between GOP hostage-taking and Democratic officials who [Read More...]

Obamacare confession.

This is my father’s facebook status from last night: The hammer has dropped. The sky has fallen. I have been a staunch defender of the ACA. I have defended Nancy Pelosi’s much maligned (and taken out of context by the right) statement to pass it so we would know what was in it. Well. Today, [Read More...]

Dad responds to letter to the editor on Sodom and Gommorah.

Father saw this letter to the editor in the local paper: After seeing some of a documentary on TV about why Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed, well, I had to speak up. They said it was destroyed because the people lacked hospitality. Really? Read Genesis 19:1-13. Two angels came to Lot to take him and [Read More...]

Christians: you are not persecuted in the United States and never were. Stop saying you are.

One of my father’s friends posted this picture on his facebook wall: Dad was having none of it. Well, 2 Timothy 3:12 says, “Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution”. So, in order to prove they are living godly in Christ Jesus, they have to actually BE persecuted. It [Read More...]

Dad on morality and law.

This letter made its way into my hometown newspaper: In the April 3 column on same-sex marriage, the point was made that morality has no place in legislation and court rulings. This idea is contrary to the fundamental nature of law. Law is the expression of the will of a sovereign. Thus morality is the [Read More...]

Father responds to Cindy.

My father was in yet another debate on his facebook wall, this time with a person named Cindy who left the following. I debate because you are so freakin arrogant and into yourselves that it’s just too funny and I like throwing you a curve! In short, it amuses me. Father responded: Why, you incredibly [Read More...]

Dad on wealth inequality.

A friend of my father’s posted my link to the wealth inequality video.¬† In came Agatha (name changed) with the following objection: ok. I watched it. and I have a couple problems with it. First off… how do you know his statistics (or ANYONE’s for that matter, are correct and accurate? (Oh that’s right, if [Read More...]

What is the party of small government and fiscal responsibility up to in Arkansas?

In Arkansas a bill has been introduced that would siphon taxpayer dollars to religiously sectarian schools. ¬†Father says it very well… I am thoroughly disgusted with our new Republican controlled Arkansas legislature. I have never seen so much contempt for the constitution and established jurisprudence in such a short time as these clowns display. Two [Read More...]

For being Truth with a capital T, it can be awfully hard.

My dad’s facebook status today was… I wish you folks would come out and say it: “My religious beliefs are that human life is sacred and god-given, and that protecting fertilized eggs, embryos and fetuses is a must because they have souls, and therefore women must be forced to carry these entities to term, and [Read More...]


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