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Welcome to Post-Constitutional America

Posted in common sense, congress, democracy, Ethics, Government, politics, secularism, Uncategorized, worldview with tags , on July 2, 2012 by devilbloggger


What a great week I’m having, my good friends.  I know you all heard that the United States Supreme Court recently ruled that the US’s “ObamaCare” is constitutional.  Right?  Did you celebrate?  So did I, my friends, so did I.  This was one time that I really thought my Supreme Reliables would let me down.  After a long history of finalegalitification of my kingdom goals, I knew (as did most others) this law to be so blatantly unconstitutional as to cause a losing setback.  But, by moi, if those trisksterific tricksters didn’t come through after all!

All is progressing well in my earthly kingdom, my servants.

I thought I would use the afterglow of this great victory to briefly let you in on how I got the Americans to a place where they let “limited government” become just “government.”  It is an exciting story, not only because it stars moi, but also because it was so easily preventable.  And this is not primarily about the wisdom, prudence, or tragedy (take your pick) of ObamaCare.  It is ultimately a story about sovereignty squandered.


Do you know what it means to be “sovereign” my friends?  Yes, you probably have a good idea.  It means the ultimate “who sez” in any sphere of human involvement and interaction.  Everyone obeys an ultimate “who sez;” humans will always be subject to (and subjected to) a “who” whether they like it or not.  Families, for example, were created with a definite “who” as the ultimate “sezer.”  The sphere of employment, the military, the church, and every other social structure functions properly only when there is a definite and proper “who” behind any “sezes.”

And what about government, my friends?  Well, let me key you in on some kingdom truths that have worked for me, my servants.

Listen up.

Remember, my friends, I started out that very first social structure by putting into that little pretty’s head one simple question: “who sez?”

And ever since my initial success under that fruit tree I have tried to ensure that every family, every church, every government, indeed, even every individual becomes divided over the issue of “who sez?”

Somebody will always rule over man’s life.

The question of government presents a particularly tricky problem for God and me (mostly God), because, of course, God and I both want to rule over man.

Yes, government (meaning the “state” or other municipal or national leaders to order society) has a proper place in the affairs of men.   But I know that the “proper place” is extremely difficult in a world of passionate human beings who love to lord over other human beings.  And I manipulate this difficulty to my advantage.

In fact, as you know from history, I actually experience little difficulty in eventually devolving every form of human government into some form of tyranny.

Kings, princes, rulers.  All eventually succumb to a sinful world’s demands to enforce tyranny, even if for supposedly noble purposes.

But tyranny nonetheless.

It’s a beautiful thing.

That’s why, my servants, I must confess that the American Experiment scared the . . . , well, the heck out of moi.

Yes, the living heck.

Do you know why?

If you are an American, you should.  But I bet you don’t.

I’ll tell you, even though even now it makes me shiver.

Those Americans served up a double whammy.  First, their Experiment was founded on a Biblical worldview.  That is to say, America was founded by and  among a people that largely believed in a true, transcendent, living God.  In time this foundation upheld what could be fairly described as a Christian nation.


Now, that first whammyfier is an undeniable truth that is often denied today.  But there can be no question that America was, at one time, a “Christian nation” in the sense that its traditions and culture, including its laws and government, were informed by a Biblical worldview.

Let the deniers deny.  I’ll soon set them down.

But it’s the second whammyfier that sent my kingdom into spasms of anguish.  You see, the American Founding Fathers knew that sovereignty must rest in someone.  Someone must be the ultimate “who sez?”

And do you know who America’s Founding Fathers made the ultimate “who sez?”


No, it was not God.

But in the case of the Americans it was the next most destructive thing, though.

Here it is.  This is key to understanding both the early success of America, and its now-sure demise:  the Founding Fathers structured their new government such that sovereignty rested with the people.

A free people!

Yes, the American Constitution set the governing law for a nation of free men living under a very limited federal government.  The American Constitution sets forth specific things the federal government was permitted to do.  Outside of these few enumerated powers, the federal government was to let a free people live free.

Government officials were to be servants of the people.

Even today, government officials are still called civil servants.

Ha ha ha ha ha.

Oh, that one always makes me chuckle.

Now, pay attention.  I see some of you only half paying attention.  Listen up.

American liberals today fail to understand a fundamental truth that their Founding Fathers knew: a government where sovereignty rests in the people only works where the people can govern themselves under an inner morality and virtue.

Yes, my liberals predictably deny that religion and virtue (the two only go together for Biblical-based religions, which is the case in early America) are a necessary ingredient for freedom and liberty.  But both experience and the Founding Fathers (many of whom were not flaming fundamentalist Christians) weigh in (as usual) against present-day liberals:

Consider George Washington: “Religion and morality are the essential pillars of civil society.”

Consider Benjamin Franklin: “[O]nly a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.”

Consider Thomas Jefferson: “No government can continue good but under the control of the people; and . . . . their minds are to be informed by education what is right and what wrong; to be encouraged in habits of virtue and to be deterred from those of vice . . . . These are the inculcations necessary to render the people a sure basis for the structure and order of government.”

Religion? Virtue? Right and wrong?


Now to the fun part, my servants.

I knew that to destroy America I had to undermine both of the whammyfications: the moral base of a Christian nation, and the sovereignty of a free people.

It was not easy, but we are almost there.

And, as you probably know, I used the one check and balance of limited government that was best suited to manipulation: the judiciary.

Over time I ensured that the very Constitution that was originally formed to order a free, moral people, was used to shackle and demoralize (in the truest sense of the word).

Prayer in schools, gone.  Teaching the scientific evidence of true creation in public schools, gone.  Dignity of life, liberty and happiness itself at the most vulnerable point of all three, gone–snipped as easily as the snip, snip, snip of a doctor-like person’s legally protected immoral, un-virtuous, corrupted practice permitted not by the people, but by the Court.

Oh, how I love the US court system.

Demoralizing people to render them largely without transcendent, meaningful moral compasses was the first step in destroying America.

But I did it; I nullified the first whammification and in less than two generations transformed America into a “post-Christian” nation.

Thank you.

Now for the second whammification.

Remember, everyone will be ruled by someone.  Either a man will be ruled by the mandates of a conscience informed by God, or he will be ruled by the mandates of another man.

Mandates?  Did I day mandates?

How convenient!

Yes, my servants, every living man (which includes those on earth and elsewhere) lives by mandates.  The mandates are either internally imposed from a free man’s heart to live in peace and tranquilly according to God’s law, or they will be externally imposed from another man on earth.

To get free Americans to bow under the mandates of other men outside the constitutionally enumerated powers of government was a little more difficult and time-consuming.  But I did it by slowly changing society’s notions of “fairness” and “justice.”  You see, the American constitution was originally based on a notion of fairness that sees outcomes based on individual achievement of individuals playing on a level playing field of laws designed to provide the justice of equal opportunity.

Some individuals succeed.  Some fail.  Equal application of laws protect them all.  That is, the laws of the land protect the life, liberty and property (the actual meaning of happiness; look it up) of the individual against all those who would seek to take it/them.

Of course, liberals cannot have this kind of equality.  For liberals, who imagine themselves compassionate, it is equality of outcome that matters.

And equality of outcomes requires that the life, liberty or property be taken one for the good of another.

I had to transform America into a nation of makers and takers.  I had to realign the thinking of sovereign people to believe it is just that government originally formed to protect property instead confiscate property so that envious others can shamelessly mooch in the name of fairness.

Just and fair, right?

Yes, if you have my sense of justice and fairness (as well as envy, jealousy, laziness, etc.), i.e., theft from one for blissful dependence of another!

So I had to slowly transform the Constitution’s foundational premise of equal opportunity to all into a premise of guaranteeing equal results to all.

And I’ve been almost completely successful.

Don’t believe me?


Ha ha ha ha ha.

But I’m ahead of myself.

ObamaCare did not happen overnight.  ObamaCare is the result of years of my effort to remove sovereignty from the people and put it into the hands of an ideologically driven ruling elite.

And I did this within the American system by slowly over time transforming an electorate that has become ignorant of the Constitution’s noble ideals of free men under God, to an electorate, a large part of which has succumbed to the post-constitutional ignoble ideas of dependent men under a ruling elite.

The siren call of a ruling elite fashioning “fairness” in the name of “justice” is too much for some to resist.

And when the moochers vote for more and more moochies, my job is done: America has become post-constitutional because sovereignty gets de-facto transferred to a ruling elite in spite of the people.

Don’t believe me?


I’m not the first to use the term “post-constitutional” but I’m the one responsible for it.  Mark Levin, for example, explains “post-constitutional”: It means that much of what the federal government does is not authorized by the Constitution.

Another writer uses the term to enlighten his proposition that “the U.S. Constitution poses no serious threat to our form of government.”

Get it?

I’ve successfully brought the American people to a place where the Constitution has little to do with America’s current form of governance.

As Michael Gerson put it, over time I’ve arranged that “conservatives” who usually do not like to lurch about as liberals do, tend to let liberal lurching go unchecked:

If the conservative response following every period of liberal activism is humility and continuity, then the ideological ratchet only turns leftward.

I am the racheter, my friends.

Paradoxically, because a large voting bloc votes their sovereignty to a ruling elite, this leftward racheting ensures that political power no longer resides in the hands of the American-by-idealogy electorate.

Welcome, my friends, to post-constitutional America, where a small band of un-American idealogues, lead by me and my chief beelzebud Obama, lead a large population of American idealogues who no longer have the votes for constitutional governance of free people by a limited government.


Proof of my success.  Again, as Mr. Gerson put it with respect to Chief Justice Robert’s ObamaCare opinion:

What initially seemed wise now smacks of mere cleverness — less a judge’s prudence than a lawyer’s trick. To find the health care law constitutional, Roberts reimagined it.

Judicial cleverness. Re-imagining the ruling elite’s oppression as liberty and freedom for all.

It’s what I do.

And I’m good.

I’m very good.

I’m ObamaCare good.

Welcome to post-constitutional America, my friends.  Where nothing is beyond the reach of the federal government’s mandate.  And where the federal government’s mandate can and will crush the mandates of conscience every time.

Where what theirs is theirs and what’s yours is theirs.

Where life, liberty, and property are no longer inalienable rights.

They have been alienated.

And I’ve succeeded in once again dividing into the Divided States of America.  This time the division is between those who believe the fundamental role of government is to apply just laws to protect life, liberty and property in the name of fairness, and those who believe the fundamental role of government is to redistribute life, liberty and property, also in the name of fairness.

In short, my Divided States of America are divided over the fundamental role of government: is government’s proper role to enforce a level playing field? Or is it to tilt the playing field?

The tilters are winning because now the ruling elite believes in redistributive fairness, and the “who sez” is “government sez” on everything whether or not the people like it, want it, or asked for it.




ObamaCare: Just a Spoonful of Snooker

Posted in christians, congress, democracy, Government, liberals, political correctness, progressives, worldview with tags , on June 29, 2012 by devilbloggger


Oh yeah.  Me and my beelzebud.  We done it.  We pulled off forcing the Americans to take their medicine–and all it took was a bit of snooker!  Even I didn’t see that one coming.  But it’s done.  Happy days are gone again, my friends.

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Forward, my friends!

Obama is NOT a Muslim! You MUST believe me and help me convince others!

Posted in christians, congress, God, Government, islam, multiculturalism, Muslims, Obama, politics, religion, socialism, Truth, worldview with tags , , on March 12, 2012 by devilbloggger

False. Religion.

Listen, my servant friends.  There is a story on the wires that worries me.  It was published today in the LA Times, in an article entitled, “Poll: Obama’s a Muslim to many GOP voters in Alabama, Mississippi.”  Yes, my friends, many people think that Obama is truly a Muslim!  We must stop this nonsense.  This is one time when you must believe me.  (Really!!)

Let me explain.

Keep in mind that this is very confidentialistic–please treat it as such.  Here it is: Obama isn’t anything but a politicoreligisopportunistika.  That is, he has no core beliefs on ultimate issues of truth, but he will say or do anything of a religious nature for political reasons.

Obama is not unusual among politicians in this regard, but the difference between Obama and virtually every other US president is that Obama continues to push MY kingdom to levels even I would never have imagined in America’s old-fashioned Christian days.

Could you have predicted under any other president that a 30-year old woman would shamelessly and publicly go before the United States Congress and ask for free birth control pills?  I’m not sure who makes me the most proud, the hussy or the hustled.  But just imagine the Congress under any other administration listening to such embarrassing, brazen, shameless talk from a proudly loose woman on behalf of an entire Catholic university of openly loose women.

My how I’ve changed things when it’s a compliment to say about women that they have a “reputation.”   And Obama wants his girls to grow up just as proud of their reputation as he wants this woman’s parents to be of their daughter’s.  He said so.


And Americans sit back and yawn, or argue over religious rights versus women’s rights.

Pinch me!

We’ve come a long way, baby!

That’s why this talk of Obama being a Muslim must stop.  Because the only reason I’ve successfully pushed America so far toward the abyss that hardly any Americans get embarrassed at hussies hustling them for handouts, is because Obama does not act like a Christian!

Got it?  Regardless of whether Obama is truly a Muslim or not, he clearly, by his actions, is not a Christian.

And that’s all I care about.

I don’t care what people say they are.  Half the people in Hell say they were Christians.  Big deal.  They didn’t act like it.

And Obama, because he has no core values beyond those of a socialistic worldview, will, if pushed, shamelessly act like a Christian.  And if Obama starts acting like a Christian, my kingdom on earth will suffer.

And I don’t like to suffer.

So here’s what I want you to do, my servants.  At every chance you get, battle the rumors that Obama is a Muslim.  Refute those who base their judgments on what he does, and not what he says!  Make up excuses for his associations, his childhood experiences, his clear affinity for Muslim culture and beliefs, his barely veiled antipathy toward Christianity and Christians.

Because if we can’t convince people Obama is not a Muslim simply because he acts like one, then Obama, being the smart tool he is, will start acting like a Christian.

And I hate those who act like Christians.


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U.S. Motto vs Obama’s Mojo

Posted in congress, Obama, political correctness with tags , , , , on December 7, 2010 by devilbloggger

U.S. President Obama, I proudly salute your pride.

Oh, my servants, never have I had such pleasure in watching an American head of state so elegantly slight God at every opportunity.  From covering up prominent Christian symbols to “forgetting” to correctly quote the U.S. Declaration of Independence’s “Creator” language, my friend Obama is the gift that keeps on taking.

What has my buddy Obama done now?  According to a Washington Times Inside Politics blog entry titled, “Obama muffed U.S. motto,” today members of Congress called on President Obama to issue a public correction after he incorrectly labeled E pluribus unum the U.S.’s motto in a speech [to muslims] last month, rather than “In God We Trust.”


Ha ha ha ha ha.

The President of the United States doesn’t even know his own nation’s motto?  Now isn’t that convenient for a man of my times!

The congressmen also noticed Obama’s propensity to “forget” important God-honoring aspects of American heritage.  They stated:

“By misrepresenting things as foundational as the Declaration of Independence and our national motto, you are not only doing a disservice to the people you represent you are casting aside an integral part of American society,”

Misrepresenting?  Casting aside society? Maybe.  Maybe not.  But one thing is for sure: Obama, like me, is extremely uncomfortable with the Christian God.  And I like that.

Obama is either ignorant, or purposely dissing The Other One.  Either way, my purposes are served, and my will is done on earth.  And with this president the reason for Godsnubbing is abundantly clear.  Whether prominently covering up offensive Christian symbols at a Christian university, or conveniently failing to correctly quote “Creator” in the language of his own country’s Declaration of Independence, or temporarily “forgetting” his nation’s motto, Obama makes it clear that he is very uncomfortable with the idea of the Christian God.  His discomfort manifests itself in his reluctant, awkward, unnatural manner of acting “religious,” when he feels he must in this land of backward “bitter clingers.”

Now, my servants, let me impart some comforting kingdom knowledge.  I know Obama because I know men.  I know men’s propensity to forget God.  And I know men’s natural tendency to elevate self in a prideful display of passively resentful God-hating.  I’ve watched this man Obama over the years come from a background rife with a distorted worldview, perfectly positioned for success in my kingdom.  I’ve watched patiently with measured expectation of greatness, some apprehension of premature failure, but ultimately with limitless pride in my ability to blind men to their natural limits, and the source of their very gifts.  For years I have groomed many people like him who exhibit great trust in Men and Government, and who have the power to change the very worldview of the people he sees as less enlightened.

Finally, I reached the time when I had enough voters of the proper worldview, and, more importantly, My Man, the One who with great pride and confidence in his raw human ability could gracelessly smother any remaining national trust in any mythical Creator, deflect any God-recognition from the minds of wishful thinkers, and subtly demand transfer of all allegiance and worship to This Man and his government of men instead.

Obama, you are My Man today.  I just hope that my blinded voters do not experience an enlightenment of a different reality.  One glimpse of a God-oriented worldview could cause all my hard work to crumble like a house of Jokers, leaving me to start from scratch.

And I would not like that.

So Obama, I warn you: if you start acting in a genuinely God-honoring way, in a manner that clearly comes from a core belief in the Christian God, I will not forget. 

But why be silly?  That’s not in the cards.

Is it?

Ha ha ha ha ha.

The Mourning After the U.S. Elections

Posted in congress, democracy, election, Grayson, Uncategorized with tags , , , on November 3, 2010 by devilbloggger

 My servants.  My servants.  My servants.

What can I say?  Did you fail me?  Was it too much to ask to simply vote for the greater of two evils?  As I’ve said before, in any contest there is always a candidate I prefer.  And I can select ’em, but I can’t elect ’em.  But, alas, too many of my candidates lost last night.  Yes, I believe you failed me, my servants.

And what is it with guys named Daniel Webster and me?  Really!  Why am I always getting whipped by someone named Daniel Webster?  Was it too much to ask that at least Daniel Webster could be defeated in Florida?  My man, my MAIN man, Alan Grayson was defeated, and not by just anyone, but by some guy named Daniel Webster!  It’s enough to make me lose heart, if I had one.  Recall this post, where I gushed on Alan Grayson.

Why, oh why did it have to be Daniel Webster who defeated Alan Grayson?  Ever since that myth of Daniel Webster and the Devil, where the first Webster claims that the Devil cannot take the soul because he cannot claim American citizenship, I’ve carried a grudge.  Webster (the first) orated passionately of how wonderful it is to be an American. He admitted the wrongs done in America, but argued that something new and good had grown from it, “and everybody had played a part in it, even the traitors.” Mankind “got tricked and trapped and bamboozled, but it was a great journey,” something “no demon that was ever foaled” could ever understand.

Stop! Stop!  The first Webster humiliated me, and my fear is that this new Webster has the same ideas as the old.  This new Webster is said to be “pro-family,” which is code language for “religious” in the bad way (not my humanistic way) and patriotic.  This second Webster probably also believes that America is exceptional, and that it is wonderful to be an American.  Webster Two is even a longtime member of First Baptist Central Florida whose pastor, Clayton Cloer, had this to say about Daniel Webster (the second):

Daniel Webster is a man of honor. A man of respect. A man of character. A man who will bring great honor to a race to serve the people he’s been serving now faithfully for nearly 30 years.

Oh, gag me. 

I’m going to miss the wit and eloquence of Alan Grayson, who, speaking of his opponents said they are “foot-dragging, knuckle-dragging neanderthals who know nothing but ‘no’.”  Now that’s my kind of talk, my servants, and we must work hard to ensure people like Alan Grayson get elected the next time around.  Bear with Webster (the second) and all his newly minted cohorts for a couple of years, and then vote them out.

Yes, we must have the long view, my servants.  Elections come and go, candidates will come and go, but my principles of oppression via government intrusion on freedom, immorality with the force of law, tolerance of every evil and perverted behavior, and forced conformance to state-approved conduct shall prevail.  Trust me, I know human nature. 

It will happen, my servants.  But I will need your help.  Please, oh please, do not let any more Daniel Websters win.


Satan’s 2010 U.S. Voter Issue Guide

Posted in abortion, christians, congress, election, political correctness, religion, Uncategorized with tags , , on October 31, 2010 by devilbloggger

Dear servants, the time is almost here.  Election time in the United States.

Elections offer my servants the opportunity to further my kingdom, and put in control of governmental affairs those who please me most.   And, my servants, you have greatly pleased me in the last few decades, please don’t fail me now.  We are so close.

I know that it can be daunting, picking a candidate based only upon what they say in campaign mode.  That is why my Voter Guide is based not on campaign positions, but on life positions.  I wish for you to observe the life of a candidate, and consider his or her worldview.  And then pick the one whose beliefs as evidenced by words and actions most closely match those I desire.

Let me make it simple for you, my servants.  I know that in the United States it is not politically correct to mix God and politics, but I’ve learned over the centuries that it’s precisely one’s belief in God (or not) that frames his or her entire worldview.  And it is one’s worldview that trickles down into every detail of interest: economic policy, social justice, social structures, tax policy, foreign affairs, cultural norms, and on and on.   

Satan’s Law of Politics:

Therefore, my law of politics is as follows:  The effectiveness of a politician in thwarting my kingdom goals is directly proportional to the politician’s expressed belief in God.

There is a corollary to my law: The effectiveness against my kingdom by elected officials who state a belief in God is directly proportional to their tendency to take God seriously. 

If an elected politician both believes in God and takes that belief seriously, I and my kingdom, are in trouble.  Vote against these people in every circumstance.  However, if a politician does not take God seriously, that politician is probably harmless, regardless of his or her belief in God.

Now, to be clear, I’m not talking just any “God” here.  It is the God of the Bible that storms my gates regularly, and whom I hate.  And when I say “takes God seriously” what I mean is taking his word, the Bible, seriously.  That combination is deadly to my kingdom, as it tends to set in motion liberty, freedom, and justice for all.

The cultural enjoyments of freedom, liberty and justice for all stem from the fundamental understanding of citizens being created equal by a transcendent creator, who holds all men and women responsible.  This worldview promotes individual responsibility for widows and orphans, the helpless and the infirm.  This worldview understands a limited role of government in protecting the private property of citizens and in regulating civil affairs by a rule of law that is not biased against rich or poor, black or white, male or female.  This worldview places a premium on life, except in strictly bounded conditions when the state is authorized to take the life of those who take life. 

A different worldview holds that citizens are a product of mindless, unguided evolution, rights are granted by a government, and social justice is code language for redistribution of private property from an unfavored class of citizens to a state-favored class.

As you can see, the worldview I hate is the worldview that originally predominated in the United States, but which I have successfully eroded over time to be almost the opposite in every respect.  Please help me keep my kingdom on a roll.

And remember, it’s not what a candidate says, it’s how he or she acts.

Therefore, when you go to the polls Tuesday, vote for the candidate that comes closest to sharing the following worldview:

  1. God does not exist, or at least he doesn’t matter.
    1. Look for a disdain for those of the Christian faith, a lack of worship attendance, or possibly a hostility to the Christian faith community.
  2. Religion and spirituality should be kept a private matter.
    1. Look for those who seem hesitant to acknowledge belief in the Bible, believe faith should be a private matter, or believe one’s religious beliefs are irrelevant to politics.
  3. Morals are relative, and are based on current cultural norms or whatever a federal judge can change.
    1. Look for those who show disdain for traditional values, believe Christian ideals are harmful, or believe all viewpoints are valid and should be embraced.
  4. Rights come from the state, and are dictated based on the state’s prerogative for the better good.
    1. Look for one show shows disdain for Constitutional limits, or who believes that government holds the solution for virtually any problem.

 Here is a 2×2 matrix to help visualize which canditates I support, and which I oppose.

               Believes God exits
    Yes   No
Takes Existence of God Seriously         Yes 1.Strongly Oppose as dangerous to my kingdom    2.Oppose as dangerous to my kingdom
        No 3.Support as valuable to my kingdom   4.Strongly Support as valuable to my kingdom

As shown in the 2×2 matrix, the candidate you must strongly oppose is in Quadrant 1, he or she who not only believes in God, but takes that belief seriously.  Do everything you can, even to the point of character assassination in the media if you have to, to oppose this candidate.  I do.

Note that I do not necessarily oppose a candidate who believes in God, such as Quadrant 3 candidates who believe in God but do not take him or his word seriously.  These people are no threat to me.  But note that I oppose the opposite viewpoint, shown in Quadrant 2.  These people are tricky; even though they don’t personally believe in God, they know that Biblical principles produce a well-ordered society, and support such principles.  I oppose these people.

Of course, I strongly support, and ask you my servants, to vote for those who deny a belief in God and who act like it.

Voting Guide Shortcut: Abortion Rights

Now, my servants, let me make voting even simpler, because I know it is difficult for you to look into the lives of every candidate for every office.  Over the years I’ve looked for shortcuts to voting patterns.  I look for markers that indicate which way a politician is likely to vote on any given issue.  And I’ve found one that is accurate to 96% reliability, and I give you permission to use it. 


That’s it.  One’s position on abortion, with a 96% reliability, indicates one’s position on virtually every other issue important to me in the world of politics.  Virtually no politician who falls in Quadrant 1 above (believe in God and act like it) supports abortion rights.  And virtually every candidate in Quadrants 3 and 4 (do not take God seriously) supports abortion rights.   Abortion supporters are my best servants in every area of law and society.

The reason one’s position on abortion rights is such an accurate barometer of voting for my entire agenda is simple.  It’s a reliable “trickle down” issue based on one’s worldview starting point.  If one believes in God and takes him seriously, he or she knows that God is the creator of life, and therefore life has inherently a God-given sanctity.  And it is that belief in God, shown in a position supporting abortion rights, that is detrimental to my kingdom.

Go, my servants.  Find the candidates who support abortion rights, they are your fellow servants of mine, helping to do my will on earth as it is in Hell.

Alert: legal, constitutional right of abortion under attack!

Posted in abortion, congress, election, Morality, political correctness, politics, Uncategorized with tags , , , on October 24, 2010 by devilbloggger

ABC’s The Note is reporting something that really disturbs me.  Please bear with me a moment while I get my wits about me.

OK.  Let me explain.

Abortion.  That treasured Constitutionally enshrined (in the United States) freedom and right of almost every woman (at least every woman able to defend herself), is once again under attack. 

And this time it’s literally gruesome.  Now, ordinarily I like gruesome.   And I love lying, killing and destroying, and abortion is a three-in-one for me.  But I like gruesome on my terms, when it’s effectively hidden by euphemisms and confounded by legal jargon.   I don’t like gruesomeness used against me, and that’s what is happening now.

And I want it stopped.

It seems some do-gooder candidate for Congress from Washington DC, named Missy Smith doesn’t like abortion.  Hey, Missy!  Join the losing crowd.  It doesn’t matter what you like–it’s the law!  Ha ha ha ha ha.  I love saying that: It’s the LAW!  It’s in the Constitution!  Ha ha ha ha ha.

But just because abortion is chiseled into the Constitution, and it’s legal in every state, and it’s taught in every public school, and it’s every woman’s right (as well as her sorry partner’s), and it’s (almost) every woman’s choice, and state officials eagerly ensure  little girls can do it without their mother’s knowledge, doesn’t mean you can show it on TV! 

What if we went around graphically showing the illegal kind of murder, complete with pictures of deliberate dismemberment and the bloody aftermath.  Huh, Missy?

But that’s what Missy’s doing (I mean the legal kind).  You can see her ads yourself by going to her website.  Tell me they aren’t disgusting, and that she’s crossed the politically correct line by ignoring debate about “choice” and showing the raw truth about abortion.  Tell me, please.  I’m about to lose it here.

For years I’ve been able to convince people that abortion was merely a “procedure.”  And the political issue was about “choice”.  I’ve convinced people that women big enough to say so could shout “hands off my body!”  And women too small to say so?  Well, believe it or not, I convinced an entire planet of people that they don’t count.  They are either an “inconvenience,” an “intruder,” a “lifeless blob,” maybe a “product of conception,” and perhaps even a “potential human being.”  And as long as no one could see the lifeless blob’s eyes, or hold the intruder’s hand, or see the potential human being’s very potential severed limbs (placed back in close proximity on a table to resemble the original “thing” to make sure the doctor “got it all”), these euphemisms enabled easy “choices.”

But, here’s the dirty truth that I’ve been able to suppress for 40 years in the United States.  It’s grisly whether you see it or not.  But as long as you can’t see it, you don’t know it.  Out of sight, out of mind, as I like to say.

Missy is trying to expose that truth, and in the worst way.  She says she had two abortions but has turned against the practice.   She continues:

“I was told it’s not a baby. They lied to me. They exploited me. Then I learned the truth and I’ve suffered for years,” she says. “And believe me I am angry. My heart has been ripped out. Obama, Pelosi, Reid, Norton – they all support the murder of babies and the abuse of women by abortion. It’s time to make child killing illegal again.”

Well, cry me a river.  Just because you are angry, and just because Obama, Pelosi, Reid, and Norton all support doing my will on earth, is no reason for you to impose your unconstitutional beliefs on others.  And you have absolutely no business interfering with my business by putting up those vile videos of legal, safe, abortions.

So, my servants, whatever you do, don’t watch her videos.  I can’t stop Missy from posting them, but I can ask you to not watch them.  They are so bad even YouTube yanked them as being too “grisly.”  And, while you are at it, don’t watch this.

But mostly, my servants, please ensure that Missy Smith does not get elected.  Her kind are bad news for me and my kingdom.  Do not give to her campaign.  For sure do not vote for her.  And make sure that she and all others who oppose my will with respect to legal, Constitutional “termination” of an unwanted “it” in a woman of choice do not get into power.

My will be done on earth as it is in Hell.

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