Saturday, June 18, 2005

The American Taliban

This piece does a pretty good job of rounding up a lot of them in one spot. Notice Bush says people who don't believe in god should not be considered citizens of the U.S. This site can be filed next to this one, and this one, and of course, this one. Onward christian soldiers, indeed, as they carve out their theocratic plutocracy in the middle east: Texastan (led by religious leaders from the newly-established Halliban).

P.S. - has anyone else noticed that "texas" is an anagram for "taxes"?


Blogger Jack Mercer said...

Ah, c'mon, Shea! Couldn't we just as quickly assemble a list of American Collectivisation Pary members?

9:04 PM  
Blogger SheaNC said...

Perhaps, but I was really addressing religion here. In fact, you recently asked me to define religious extremism of the Christian variety... these sights offer a pretty good definition, I think.

I want to point out, though, that I do not consider those quoted in these sites to be representative of Christianity. They represent the corruption of Christianity. After all, wasn't Satan described as the Great Deceiver?

9:38 AM  

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