Posts Tagged ‘9/11’

What Libtards Believe

October 29, 2009

I found this web blog called “DPROGRAM Making Propaganda.”  Actually it says the opposite but thats what they do.  The bunch of advertisements and banners and buttons just blew me away.  I went and came back a couple times and I think some of em change, but most stay the same.  Cause there ones the librals love best.

Here’s some of what I found.  Warning its all conspiracy theory.

  • Bloodlines of the Illumaniti
  • The “Other” Israel
  • Freemasonry
  • 9/11 Mystery
  • 9/11 The “Myth” and the “Reality”
  • 9/11 The Greatest Lie Ever Sold
  • And a ad for Hemp USA

The 9/11 stuff is insulting.  These morons think George Bush attacked America just because they have a personal problem with him, and are paranoid.  Nutjobs just cant even have respect for a tragedy and have to go around rubbing salt in everybody wound because they have some kind of paranoid fantasy.
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Bush Doesn’t Read Newspapers – So What?

March 15, 2008

He reads the Bible, and that’s enough for me. That’s enough for God. All the liberal athiests can read The New York Times in Hell. Some people say when a soul gets there Satan gouges its eyes out and eats them, but maybe they have The Times in braille down there? I mean, it is Hell, after all. It’s a place of evil where God doesn’t reside. So I’m sure the NYT is welcome there.

Liberals and atheists like to make fun of the president because he was frank enough to say he doesn’t read the newspaper. So what? These are the same idiots who think George Bush is the stupidest man on earth and also masterminded a global oil conspiracy. Which one is it, liberals? You don’t even have to like Bush to know that’s retarded.

Seriously, do you want a president who wastes his time asking Anne Landers, or do you want a president who restores Christian Values to America? We lost so much ground under Clinton, with gays openly demoralizing the army, adultery in the oval orifice, and a general glorifying of wickedness. Some people believe 9/11 was God’s vengeance upon us for having lost our way, much like the Hebrews in the desert refused to obey God’s law as passed down through Moses; in both cases God had to correct the behavior of his wayward, but chosen, child. I might be one of those people.