But now, brother Martin is repentant and wants to restore his vasa deferentia to their former glory. But that kind of retooling is costly. Thankfully, Blessed Arrows, a group that helps "Christian couples to confess openly their sin, repent before God and others, and act on that repentance through obedience in putting their bodies back the way God designed them," is willing to help.
They've established a fund to help Brother Martin and have raised $669.16 of the $2000 needed to bring his salad shooters back up to Jesus' standards. But they can't do it alone. They need our help. So please consider helping Brother Martin regain the ability to shoot blessed arrows by sending a few dollars, chickens, or mason jars filled with liberated spermatazoan-Americans to the fund.
Continue reading 'South Carolina Pastor Charged With Serial Rapes Of Women Behind Church'
CNN's Piers Morgan asked the former Utah governor "If Michele Bachmann continued to get real traction, and she came to you and said: Look, you're the other part of the party. Together we can create sweet music. Could you countenance such an idea?" Huntsman replied, "You know, if you love this country, you serve this country. Every time I've been asked to serve over different administrations— from Reagan, to the two Bushes, to President Obama — I have the same answer, and that is if you love this country, you serve her." "And so if you're in a position to better the country, to bring whatever background you have to bear, whatever experiences to use in fine-tuning our future, I'll be the first person to sign up, absolutely," said Huntsman, who most recently served as U.S. ambassador to China.So much for the "moderate hero of the GOP."
This is a bit much even for a group of people as distinguished as they in the art of corruption.
Andy Coulson, the former editor of the News of the World arrested on suspicion of involvement in phone hacking and bribing the police, was receiving payments from News International after starting work as the Conservative Party's Director of Communications, the BBC reports. Coulson's received hundreds of thousands of dollars in severance payments until the end of 2007, which means he continued to be financially linked to the UK division of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp for several months during his tenure as David Cameron's main media adviser, the BBC reports.
Mister Coulson was still on the payroll of Murdoch's News Corp. while serving in the Cameron Administration as his closest media adviser.
It doesn't get much more blatant than this. And they either assumed no one would ever find out, or they simply don't care.
Either way, I'd consider this a fairly major blow to the credibility of the Cameron Administration. And if they didn't know he was still on Murdoch's payroll, they should have.
Donald Trump talking nonsense about Libya.
"You have all these rebels running around… Are they from Iran? Who's gonna take over Libya? Who's gonna take over the oil? So what do we get out of it and why don't we take the oil? I mean, why aren't we reimbursing ourselves?"
Just knowing that this guy is on your team should be enough reason for anyone to switch sides. Trump should never have backed out of the primary. He belongs right along side Perry, Bachmann, Gingrich, Santorum and the other rodeo clowns.
Wondering…do sane conservatives walk around with paper bags over their heads? And if they don't…shouldn't they?
Apparently desperate to make sure President Obama didn't gain politically from the imminent fall of Qaddafi, Hannity came up with a ridiculous talking point: That in his Libya policy, Obama had adopted President Bush's doctrine of preemption. Continue reading »
Tom Ehrich: Religious right will ruin the U.S.
102 Things NOT To Do If You Hate Taxes.
Hey guys, remember that time Bobby "Bubba" Jindal mocked volcano monitoring and Boom! Right away that big volcano in Iceland exploded and all the airlines were grounded like forever and they were losing $1B a day in revenue? Me Neither! Anyway, that pinhead Eric Cantor wanted to shut down the USGS right after the Japan Tsunami disaster and BOOM! his district is the epicenter of a rare east-coast earthquake with nuclear power reactors that are now using diesel generators to keep the fuel cool.
Defense contractor KBR has filed a lawsuit against Jamie Leigh Jones, a former employee who sued the company in 2007 after allegedly being drugged and raped by a group of co-workers in Iraq.
The lawsuit seeks more than $2 million to cover their legal fees, and accuses her of making fabricated and frivolous claims, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Jill: You have to wonder about a man who can so blithely kill so many people
Bank of America may need another $100-$200 billion.
Let them fail.
America's presumably anti-tax party wants to raise your taxes. Come January, the Republicans plan to raise the taxes of anyone who earns $50,000 a year by $1,000, and anyone who makes $100,000 by $2,000. Because these are the people who can most afford a tax increase, the middle class and working poor.
Apparently, the republicans are willing to declare all-out war on young people as punishment for young people rejecting the GOP. "This year, newly-elected Republicans in the New Hampshire legislature pushed a bill to restrict the state's minimum wage law to the lowest federally mandated amount. The bill, backed by GOP leadership, was vetoed by Gov. John Lynch (D-NH), but still passed by an override vote in both chambers. New Hampshire will continue to have the federal minimum wage, which is $7.25 per hour, a $15,000 salary for a full-time worker. ... State Rep. Carol McGuire (R-NH), the sponsor of the law, still believes the federal minimum wage is too high. In a statement to reporters, she said she would like to repeal all minimum wage laws and have corporations pay workers whatever rate they desire. She also said the $7.25 minimum is overly generous to young people who are "not worth the minimum.""
He sure picked the right victim, didn't he? "A judge Tuesday dismissed all charges against former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, a day after prosecutors said the hotel maid who had accused him of trying to rape her could not be trusted. ... A total of seven charges - four felonies and three misdemeanors - were dropped and Strauss-Kahn was a free man for the first time since May 14, when he was taken off of a jet about to leave New York for Paris and put in jail. He left the courtroom smiling after Tuesday's hearing, which lasted about 13 minutes. ... "I am satisfied the people's application was made in good faith ... I see no basis to deny the people's application," Judge Michael Obus said in upholding the prosecution's request to drop the case."