Happy Easter

Have A Happy Easter

Happy Easter! And please do remember that in its original, Pagan form Ēostre, it was and is a Spring fertility celebration. Hence, one could say that hunting for Easter eggs has a more enjoyable and adult meaning than normally used. 😉

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Obama’s Immoral Nepotism

Obama's Immoral Nepotism
Obama’s Immoral Nepotism
Some Bitter Clingers Are More Equal Than Others

One thing that right years of the Obama Regime has taught Americans is that the boy is fond of engaging in a particularly pernicious and immoral form of nepotism. He has always and likely always will place his “bruthas” of Islam above Americans, especially the White, Christian majority. He has always and likely always will hold his “bruthas” of Islam to a much lower and more forgiving standard than to which he holds Americans, especially the White, Christian majority.

With it surpassingly likely, though not guaranteed, that Obama’s attempt to reign will end in a few, short months’ time, reiterating the point that, when Obama sees a Muslim, he sees an extended family member and, when he sees an American, he sees an enemy would seem almost pointless and gratuitous. This, however, is not the case since Hillary has shown that, while she may not actively view Muslims as “bruthas,” she does view the majority of Americans as enemies that must be disarmed, disenfranchised, and contained.

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What Would Jesus Do?

What Would Jesus Do? Perhaps other and more than many believe
What Would Jesus Do?

The trite question, “What would Jesus do,” is a lot like the Christian conceit of imprecatory prayer; it’s more annoying than anything else. Given the general uselessness and cowardice of those who tend to ask WWJD, I would like to remind them that it might include turning over tables and breaking out whips.

Even as a Pagan it’s disheartening to know that the only ones that ever bring up the possibility of such wrath are the ever-covetous failures in America and then they focus solely on the targets being bankers, other financial types, and the wealthy, forgetting that Jesus beat the crap out them for profaning the temple, not for being wealthy.

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