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Monday, March 26, 2007

Contemporary liberals once again find themselves faced with a moral dilemma of their own making. The latest religion, adopted hook, line and sinker, among urban white atheist liberals is the coming apocalypse, ala man-made global warming.

Something must be done and must be done NOW to appease the Carbon-neutral god!

A good start would be the complete adherence to the GW Koran, aka: the Kyoto Treaty, that their holy prophet, Al Gore, was instrumental in writing. (Through divine inspiration of course).

But...a choice must be made.

The problem is, the GW Koran (aka: the Kyoto Treaty) teaches great sacrifice, almost EXTREME sacrifice. Self-flagellation and denial of a most strict and sacred nature. So extreme that the direct costs may mount into the trillions of trillions of dollars, with indirect costs too numerous and complex to even quantify.

The GW Koran will bring to a jarring halt the growth and independence of developing and third world nations whose populations are stricken by poverty and the death, decay and disease that accompanies it.

But that's ok, the war on poverty and its consignment of millions to an early grave is much less appealing than the appeasement of a faceless and capricious god.

The sacrifice is worth it.

Dilemma solved.

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posted by Jack Mercer @ 3/26/2007 03:01:00 PM  
  • At 3/26/2007 05:06:00 PM, Blogger Helen Losse said…

    Jack, I honestly think if you put half as much time and energy into jokes about the president as you do into criticizing the man who ought to be president that the war the president started would be over.

    Everything Gore said may not be true, but he has certianly put more more of himself into the study of global warming than Dubya has into this immoral war.

  • At 3/26/2007 07:02:00 PM, Blogger whig said…

    Don't you dare call me an atheist.

    Christ is risen, and you do not see.

  • At 3/26/2007 08:00:00 PM, Blogger Jack Mercer said…

    Hi Helen!

    I found that cartoon when I googled "global warming god", and thought it went along well with my post.

    Helen, I am afraid I view Mr. Gore about the way I do any contemporary American politician--we have many opportunists who will use anything for their personal advancement, and I don't think that Mr. Gore is an exception. Maybe he does believe what he is promoting, but he is making a ton of money on the back of the issue, and he certainly doesn't seem to practice what he preaches. Personally I don't know of a politician alive today with the exception of one or two who isn't in it for themselves. I would lump our President in there too. :)

    Whig, sorry about that. I don't think you understood me--I wasn't saying all man-made global warming advocates were atheists, just that it seems to be the latest religious fad of such. :) Christ is indeed risen, and is in control of everyting--including the weather!:)

    Psalms 33:6-9 [6] By the word of the LORD were the heavens made, their starry host by the breath of his mouth. [7] He gathers the waters of the sea into jars; he puts the deep into storehouses. [8] Let all the earth fear the LORD; let all the people of the world revere him. [9] For he spoke, and it came to be; he commanded, and it stood firm.

    Keep in mind, though, guys, that is is the New Snipet (read definition to right--all about sarcasm, all about poking fun!)

    Kindest regards,


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