Too bad they can’t be tossed into an isolation area until God’s healthcare plan sorts them out. (Easy for someone worth ~$15M to say that he doesn’t need insurance against catastrophic expenses.)
Fox News is weird
The enemy of our country’s soul has come to steal, kill, and destroy everything our Founding Fathers stood for, and he’s done it through division. And if it’s true that God is dead, is there any unifying force that can help bridge these divisions? Will secular humanists bridge the division? They haven’t yet.
There’s a simple solution to all our disunity, and it’s a truth found in the absolute truth of God’s Word. We can return to the Almighty and understand how he’s created us to be unified under his message. What is that message? That all of us are created in the image of God, and so he loves us all without distinction.
Not to mention he is this guy:
I never, with my eyes, saw the mistreatment of any black person. Not once. Where we lived was all farmers. The blacks worked for the farmers. I hoed cotton with them. I’m with the blacks, because we’re white trash. We’re going across the field … They’re singing and happy. I never heard one of them, one black person, say, ‘I tell you what: These doggone white people’—not a word! … Pre-entitlement, pre-welfare, you say: Were they happy? They were godly; they were happy; no one was singing the blues.
Reminder of what the Duck Dynasty boys looked like before they decided to cosplay as working class rednecks:
And the sheeple just keep believing in these “scientists” and their “facts.” Why don’t they just believe their own eyes? Radiation? Not a thing! Cna’t see it, doesn’t exist. Australia? Never been there, doesn’t exist. Gravity? Hah!
Yeah, sadly there are plenty who will follow this line of thinking. We can only pray Darwin works quickly…
“A family-owned Christian grocery store with several locations in Southeast Arkansas is dealing with backlash as customers argue a weekly ad mailer included a controversial political message.”
"The ad book was sent to four Mac’s Cashsaver stores in Arkansas. According to the store, the mailer typically includes a religious or political message. The current mailer includes a message that references the U.S./Mexico border wall controversy. It reads, ‘Heaven has a wall, a gate and a strict immigration policy. Hell has open borders. Let that sink in.’
“Those words aren’t sitting well with some customers.”
Their store, their right but,
Mac’s MAGA CashSaver can just F the F off.
I don’t recall that description of Hell in the Bible. Could he point out the chapter and verse?
(Dante’s description has all kinds of walls.)
“They’re just making a political spin out of it and getting the wrong idea of what it really means," explained Manager Jack Digby.
Digby says the store owner is responsible for the message. He claims this was intended to have a Christian meaning, nothing political.
Pay no attention to the man
behind the curtain in plain view.
Someone should tell them their dog whistle isn’t as high-pitched as they think it is.
Oh, Australia exists alright. You need something to counterbalance Europe and Asia otherwise the Earth would just flip over and we’d all fall off.
This so-called ‘Japan’ place though…
Being originally from WV, this is not at all shocking, but still the Republican silence when compared to the howling in VA is telling.
Almost as if he thinks that he only represents racists in Ga.
It’s since been removed, but I’m inclined to think there’s probably no page inside that’s fit for display.
Another one down:
Guessing he didn’t want to get caught up in the business of trump stealing FEMA cash for his mythical wall.
Oh yeah, he seems like a prize. (This is a parody account)
Going out of print prior to the election run up would be awesome. One less PoP propaganda source.
I miss Weekly World News, though. Go, Bat Boy!