Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Someday a real rain will come and wash all this scum off the streets.

Or at least the political landscape. So writes this years Travis Bickle, Michael Johnson, in his latest article.
On this week devoted to the doings of the Dark Side, it seems apropos, somehow, to pause and reflect on those who have done so much to darken the spiritual landscape of these United States …

… the earnest advocates of atheism and sexual perversion who yearn, like vampires, to suck the very life out of our religious freedoms and sense of community …

… the too-many innocuous voters and ordinary citizens who, in their thirst to avoid conflict, played along with political correctness at the ballot box, and helped create the monsters of immorality that now dominate the political scene …

… the aggressive attorneys and activists who, wrapped mummy-like in their own agenda, have found their fortune in pressing the lawsuits that have brought paranoia and social paralysis to churches and school districts and businesses all over America.
See this is a Travis Bickle with ambition. Not content with obsessing over the evil of one town, he's gone national.

He gives a litany of crimes perpetuated against the innocent Christians of this country, presumably not the same folks who go around killing doctors who preform abortions or who killed Matthew Shepard. No we are talking about the poor sap who wants to wear a shirt saying Homosexuality is Shameful to school on a gay awareness day.

I suppose there's nothing to worry about when one writes an article demonizing half of America. I mean nobody would be crazy to act out these paranoid fantasies, right?

How did Taxi Driver end, anyway?

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