God Drowned in Bathtub

In an interview on the popular Tony Perkins radio program “Theocracy Now”, Jim DeMint decries the Bureaucrat-Atheist Complex:

Some are trying to separate the social, cultural issues from fiscal issues, but you really can’t do that. America works, freedom works, when people have that internal gyroscope that comes from a belief in God and Biblical faith. Once we push that out, you no longer have the capacity to live as a free person without the external controls of an authoritarian government. I’ve said it often, and I believe it: The bigger government gets, the smaller God gets, as people become more dependent on government, less dependent on God.

We can’t help but think “more dependent on government” is code for Obamacare, which numerous studies have proven is less effective than faith-healing.

Jim DeMint’s Theory Of Relativity: ‘The Bigger Government Gets, The Smaller God Gets’ [ThinkProgress]

Absolute Genius Halloween Photo: Brixey Banter


agree completely with the alt text

He’s actually quite right: Look at athiestic, socialistic Scandanavia. Of course Jim’s logic misstep is big government = bad things, which conveniently overlooks the fact that those godless Europeans top nearly every list for quality of life, longevity, health, education, etc., etc.

“freedom works…..from biblical faith”
no, meathead, biblical faith was INVENTED to subjugate freedom.
and i’m sick to death of their tax free status too. don’t get me started.
god is another story. and can be found at a bulb blooming near you.

When I invent my teleportation device, the first thing I’m going to do with it is transport all the anti-government teabaggers to Somalia.

It’s becoming increasingly apparent that the only reason many conservatives dislike the Taliban is religious differences. Otherwise, they’re moving closer and closer together ideologically: de-personing women, absolute theocracy, killing gheyz, and all the rest…

on that subject, seen this:

Al-Qa’ida launches glossy womens mag

The 31-page glossy, Al-Shamikha, which translates loosely as “The Majestic Woman”, features a niqab-clad woman posing with a sub-machine gun on its cover.

Much like Elle or Cosmopolitan, it includes advice on finding the right man (“marrying a mujahideen”), how to achieve a perfect complexion (stay inside with your face covered), and provides tips on first aid and etiquette.


What outrage! After all his years in civil service as mayor of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Harry Baals is denied the honor of having a government building named after him.

Supporters said it’s unfair that the former mayor can’t be recognized simply because his name makes some people snicker. But opponents fear that naming the center after Baals would make Fort Wayne the target of late-night television jokes.

Mostly unrelated:

Will the last person with a soul at HuffPo please turn out the lights on the way out: BREIT-FUCK-BART now blogging there

I can’t figure out why that repulsive twerp and his gang of rape-happy trolls are the go-to conservative commentators. What, did Fux put every other conservative under contract and tell them not to talk to the media?

@al2o3cr: Which reminds me, I skipped over Evan Bayh joining Fox.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: “Lee’s a little out there.”

A little?

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