We’ve Made Barber’s Imaginary Friend Really Mad

We’ve Made Barber’s Imaginary Friend Really Mad November 13, 2012

If there’s one recurring them in the wingnuts’ reaction to the reelection of President Obama, it is that the country is now bringing down the wrath of God — and deserving it, according to many — for the terrible act of enraging their imaginary friend. Here’s Matt Barber’s version:

America has tasted the poisonous fruits of lust, pride, passion, and envy – sloth, frivolity, iniquity and entitlement. She has tasted of their sweet deception and found it irresistible. She has danced in the streets, intoxicated by the very poison that will be her undoing.

America has rebelled against God. She has shaken her fist at Him and arrogantly cried, “We don’t need you. We don’t want you. We know better than you. Now go away.”

And so He’s going away…

We have mocked God.

God will not be mocked.

“Millions of Americans looked evil in the eye and adopted it,” wrote Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver the day after the election. “Abortion, same-sex marriage and immorality carried the day.”

Indeed, evil carried the day. America has willfully chosen a Democratic platform – a Romans 1 platform – upon which to stand. We have chosen a party that thrice denied God, and then returned his name in vain – amid deafening boos – to its platform.

God will not be mocked.

Yeah, neither will my invisible leprechaun buddy. He’s going to be so pissed about this. And he’s going to cause some really bad things to happen to punish us. And every time a really bad thing happens, that will only prove me right.

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