27 October 2010

A new Angle on divorce and welfare

Oh, for.....A recording has surfaced in which Sharron Angle seems to declare legal divorce to be "wicked".

I mean, she's running for Senator from Nevada!

Oh, and Social Security and welfare programs are "wicked" too, but not just for the obvious reason that they impose a tax burden on the kleptocracy. It's because God wants the churches, rather than the government, to be taking care of the poor and elderly.

I'll bet he does. Just imagine the power that those churches would have over the poor and elderly who happen to be atheist, pagan, gay, partnered without marriage, divorced, or otherwise "sinful". The opportunities to torment and humiliate those of whom they disapprove would be endless.

No thanks, I'll take government programs that serve everyone impersonally, without a background agenda based on ancient superstitions and taboos.

3 Comments:

Blogger Ranch Chimp said...

Great point ... so true ... I like that "kleptocracy" .... that's fitting. Actually even some of these church group's volunteer's and employee's abuse the shit out of alot of people who try to get service's as well ... I am grateful I never had to ever ask any of them lowlife cocksucker's for anything ... I loathe some of them f'n organization's.

Nice post Guy ....

28 October, 2010 00:40  
Blogger Alessandro Machi said...

Its like the vortex void left behind by Hillary Clinton not being our president has produced some questionable female prodigys.

Either the women candidates are very successful business people who com across like Mit Romney, or they have a somewhat crazed edge, or they don't quite have the resume we would want to see from someone wanting to be president (Sarah Palin).

28 October, 2010 02:06  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

RC: even some of these church group's volunteer's and employee's abuse the shit out of alot of people who try to get service's

I'll bet they do. Some of them really just want to be helpful, but there are all too many of them for whom everything is just a pretext to push their imaginary friend on people.

AM: or they don't quite have the resume we would want to see from someone wanting to be president

With quite a few of them, that's true in the sense that Mel Gibson doesn't quite have the traits one would hope for in an ideal husband.

If it weren't a year of circumstances giving Republicans a huge advantage, Angle would be nothing but a punchline (as O'Donnell is anyway).

28 October, 2010 03:22  

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