Monday, December 7, 2009

Some Comments Just Beg for ... Silence!


Some jokes, just ........write themselves.

Diane Eagy (says) A father wanted to read a magazine but was beingbothered by his little girl. She wanted to know what the UnitedStates looked like. Finally, he tore a sheet out of his new magazineon which was printed the map of the country. Tearing it into smallpieces, he gave it to her and said, 'Go into the ot...her room and see ifyou can put this together. This will show you our whole countrytoday..' After a few minutes, she returned and handed him themap, correctly fitted and taped together. The father was surprised and askedhow she had finished so quickly. 'Oh,' she said, 'on the otherside of the paper is a picture of Jesus. When I got all of Jesus back whereHe belonged, then our country just came together.'

Yep, folks, you guessed it: that's from a Sarah supporter!


  1. crystalwolf aka caligrlDecember 8, 2009 at 4:39 AM

    Its probably from a new rightwing email and you will find it next as one of her facebook screed'!

  2. So instead of actually spending time with his daughter and caring about a good educational question, he blew her off. It's so convenient that Jesus happened to be on the back of a map that happened to be in the magazine he was reading. Nice family values. I hope it wasn't a parenting magazine!

    wv: chide (wow speaks for itself)

  3. You forgot to add the cartoon cherubs.

  4. I am an agnostic, no faith whatsoever, but I am able to communicate with Christian people that I know by always saying that Jesus had a good message and it isn't a harmful message and it pretty much says that we should all treat each other well.

    His message doesn't mention large churches or 10% tithings or doing most of the things that the Christian religion does.

    I think Jesus was okay (as John Prine says, Jesus didn't ask for this shit...) I think that the modern version of Christianity is hateful and judgmental and small minded. But I don't know much about it, but I feel icky when I see it in action.