Cult Of Personality Now Religion Of Personality


What, they couldn’t find any religious texts to put there? Have those been banned already?


6 Responses to “Cult Of Personality Now Religion Of Personality”

  1. 1 mclarett
    February 17, 2009 at 10:02 pm

    Even though I voted for Obama, I laughed. Sadly, it’s a fake.

  2. February 17, 2009 at 10:19 pm

    I am sure it’s a fake but the last place I would check to get reliable information would be the Daily Kos.

  3. 3 lancelink1
    February 18, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    Gotta love the Daily Kos. They worship at the feet of their false American Idol while bashing radical right wing evangelicals. They talk about diversity and opinion but want all republicans to die. They want free speech but also want the “Fairness Doctrine”. Capital punishment bad, partial birth abortion good. Biggest group of misinformed hypocritical loones billing themselves as intellectuals you’ll ever find.

    Sorry – don’t know why I went on a Kos rant.

    Of course it’s fake. Most good humor is. But good humor will also contain a wee bit of truth to allow us to view, understand and admit our folly.

    It appears however some from the left have little or no tolerance for humor when it comes to The Dear Leader. I’ve made what I thought were clever humorous observations about The One only to be labeled racist. When nothing racist was said or implied.

    Oh well. Humor is an objective perception. As long as “your guy” isn’t the butt of the joke it’s funny. I tend to laugh at it all. Certainly with everything our 536 elected officials are doing to this country you better learn to laugh or you end up crying yourself to sleep every night.

  4. 4 mclarett
    February 18, 2009 at 5:23 pm

    You can make fun of daily kos, but there steps are right there. That story is simple, transparent reporting. If daily kos says the sky is blue, that doesn’t make it green.

  5. 5 lancelink1
    February 19, 2009 at 1:09 pm

    I quickly read the article you linked to and was left with one important question. I say quickly read it as I might have missed something and since I also did not bother to follow any of the links in the article my question could possibly be addressed there but anyway..

    The story is simple but not transparent and certainly not reporting. By just naming Glen Beck as the source of the photo without the context of its usage the implication is Beck is a dope that does not recognize satire when he sees it and is simply misleading his fan base with photo chopped evidence. Beck is a clown but typically honest about himself. I would be surprised to find out he did not explain the photo was fake. Not mentioning all the facts in the Kos report is deceit by omission and is inciting the left base against those evil GOP republican knuckle dragging morons. That kind of discussion serves nobody well.

    That’s why Kos is so amusing. They practice the very deception they accuse right wing wicks (that must die) of, never being of the open mind and truthful beings they claim to be.

    Oh and please learn to use “there”, “their” and “they’re” correctly.

  6. 6 lancelink1
    February 19, 2009 at 1:10 pm

    Uh that is right wing wackos and not wicks. I apologize for the error.

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