Friday, September 19, 2008

Sarah Palin: Greatest Mind of Salem 1692

We already know Palin’s beliefs in “abstinence only” education, and the equally ironic teenage pregnancy of her daughter. We know that she was a huge supporter of making rape victims pay for their own rape-kits, but now we find out, she’s a huge supporter, a fan really, of Thomas Muthee the Kenyan Witch-hunter. Pastor Muthee is probably one of the most despicable humans to breathe our atmosphere. He gained political power in Kenya villages the through state sponsored terrorism of women. Muthee literally accuses women of witchcraft, and demands they either convert to his church, or leave town.

Now, you may be thinking this sound like an empty threat. However, that’s where the state terrorism comes into play. Muthee had the police conduct a raid on a local clinic, arrest the owner and shoot live rounds into the clinic. After a terrifying night at the hand of the local police who believed this woman an agent of the devil, she was released and summarily left town. The message had been sent, “Don’t cross Pastor Muthee, or something worse may happen to you.”
This is how Muthee converts, through sheer terrorism.
Apparently, Palin is in awe of this man and it’s becoming very apparent that Palin aspires to do the same.
Pastor Muthee has been a frequent guest at Palin’s Alaskan cult, the Wasilla Assemblies of God and Palin even credits her win as Governor to Pastor Muthee.

It’s become quite clear that Sarah Palin believes that her religious beliefs must be administered by the state. It’s only fair that since these beliefs will undoubtedly become national and international policies, much like, or even worse than the Bush administration, that “We the People” examine how perverse those philosophical differences are to our own values.

In truth, Sarah Palin is like beauty itself, only skin deep, and her ugly goes all the way to the bone.

1 comment:

DCup said...

She is one scary piece of work. She has no business being #2 of this nation. No business at all.

Remember how the media mocked Dennis K. for mentioning life on other planets?