Monday, July 17, 2006

Judging Judges -- They're Guilty

This is a perfect example of an activist judge at work, punishing Christians for merely expressing their gratitude to our Lord Jesus Christ. Using this case as an example, one can see what America would be like if activist judges are allowed to go unchecked by the good Christians of the world. Just imagine a world where prayer is not allowed, our women are forced to have abortions, our daughters turned into whores, sons into something out of Children of the Corn, and we are all forced to watch pornography over dinner. Churches would be burned to the ground if the Devil had his way and installed activist judges in every state. That is why it is of the utmost importance that we keep a watchful eye over the decisions of courts. Certainly, any decision that is unholy and unChristian should be ignored and the judges tar-ed and feather-ed. After that they should be imprisoned for an eternity, left to rot in jail. But not just rot, but to starve to death. They shall be given a fork and knife with which they can cut their own flesh off the bone and eat it. But that's it.

I would also like to point out that the good man in the article was being tried for child abuse. For hitting his son with a broomstick. That is clearly not child abuse unless he hit the boy upon the head or neck or tried to break bones. It's the exact same as being whipped with a hickory switch, which all children should be smacked with at least once or twice in their lives. I was hit with one, my son has been hit with one. The liberal obsession with eradicating spanking is yet another example of the Devil trying to corrupt our children and turn them into disobedient Satanists who do nothing but listen to rock and roll music, smoke cigarettes and curse. It sickens me. In fact, after reading said article I immediately went to my son's room to check on him. He did not show me the proper respect, using words like "Yeah" and "dude," so I sent him to the whipping room for an hour just to let my rage subside.

1 Comments:

Blogger Wrin said...

For the record, from what the article said I disagree with the judge's decision. Your comments after showing how you disagree also, though, were and are completely baseless, conflicting, and highly immoral. You speak of such cruelty that surely by your own standards you are bound to rot in hell, yet you claim to be a good Christian only watching out for other people and trying to help them.

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