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Monday, July 24, 2006

Dick Morris: Civil War Is 'Progress' In Iraq

Posted by Frankie at 7/24/2006 09:20:00 PM

Fox "News" Republican political analysts with a toe-sucking fetish, Dick Morris told O'Reilly that "we" just don't understand that a civil war in Iraq is actual "progress." Morris stated:
What we don't understand that in Iraq, a civil war is progress, because it means its no longer a war against us. [chuckles]
Both O'Reilly and Morris then laugh off the comment and Bill replies:
[chuckles] I don't know it's just such a.... it's such a mess in there.
Watch the video for yourself below:

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Friday, July 07, 2006

The New "Christian" Statue of Liberty

Posted by Frankie at 7/07/2006 12:42:00 AM

From the, "we cannot make this crap up file" here is what a bunch of "Christians" want to rename the Statue of Liberty to:
The Statue of Liberation Through and/or In Christ, also known as the Christian Statue of Liberty and the Lord‚’s Lady Liberty
Preaching for profit and salvation Pastor Alton R. Williams of Memphis, Tennessee has first dibs on the trademark of the hopeful one day United Christian Theocracy Kingdom of people who have been born more than once.

Pastor Williams hopes to rename the Statue of Liberty were inspired by some gigantic crosses that light up at night, advertisement billboards, and giant inflatable balloon animal creatures are car dealerships. The good pastor then had a supernatural vision of the new "Christian" Statue of Liberty, aka, "The Statue of Liberation Through and/or In Christ" which holds a cross in one hand, and the bible in another.
One night while watching television, I saw some movie or commercial that showed the Statue of Liberty. For that brief moment, I began to meditate on the statue‚’s present meaning: how the torch has historically represented a light supposedly leading the masses to freedom. I mentally developed some correlations on how I could take that statue and make it glorify God. I began to see a cross in her right torch-filled hand and the Bible replacing the tablet in her left hand. At that moment, I knew that this image would totally redefine this great American icon and give it both a spiritual and patriotic purpose. I immediately remembered various scriptures in the Bible that speak about liberty (Luke 4:18, Galatians 5:1, and James 1:25). Then I began to realize what the statue’s true source of liberty was, what it should have displayed all along, and what God would have wanted America to say about its liberty.

The "good" pastor even gives a nice list for the Purpose of the Statue of Liberation Through Christ statue. Can anyone see some conflicts?
1. To announce to America that Jesus Christ is Lord and the true source of liberty.

2. To display man’s complete liberation in Christ.

3. To reveal to the world that the God of the Bible has always been the God of America.

4. To demonstrate that the God of the Bible and Him alone is to be worshipped.

5. To glorify the triune God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost.

6. To promote salvation through Christ to America.

7. To demonstrate to the world that only righteousness and the laws of God exalt a nation.

8. To demonstrate God‚’s redemption of man in every area of life: spiritually, mentally, emotionally, physically, financially, and relationally.

9. To demonstrate how Christ sets us free from any and bondages or things that hold mankind captive.

10. To display God's resurrection power over death.

11. To redefine the Statue of Liberty to include spiritual liberty that precedes complete liberation.

12. To promote, protect, and/or restore the Ten Commandments (or laws of God) back into public consciousness and display.

13. To promote religious freedom in America.

14. To promote godly values and restore America‚’s Biblical Judeo-Christian foundation.

15. To reconnect patriotism to Christianity.

16. A prophetic symbol that declares GodÂ’s desire to reach the lost, the poor, the brokenhearted, the sick, the oppressed, and the captive, just as The Statue of Liberty welcomed the tired, huddled masses and homeless.

17. To denounce the worship of idols and all other gods.

18. To reflect God‚’s love of art that glorifies Him.

19. To demonstrate the believer’s authority to stand against sin, Satan, and the world.
Sweet Jesus this guy is sick, here is a grab from my favorite page though:

KnoxNews has more:

11 year old Evelyn Douglass now takes the long way home from school to avoid "the big green thing." Douglass stated:
"The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of the United States of America. The cross represents a specific religion. It's not right that they are mixing the two. That church is trashing the meaning of America."
Another woman who actually "liked the idea" of the statue, but then realized,
"I just think its funding could have been put to better use for the neighborhood."

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