Tuesday, January 5, 2016

God the Cosmic Cash Machine!

The human pimple with a lifespan longer than an untested Florida rape kit was dripping at the mouth again. This time Scalia was endorsing theocracy, his theocracy.

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said Saturday the idea of religious neutrality is not grounded in the country's constitutional traditions and that God has been good to the U.S. exactly because Americans honor him.
Scalia was speaking at a Catholic high school in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie, Louisiana. Scalia, who was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1986 is the court's longest serving justice. He has consistently been one of the court's more conservative members.
He told the audience at Archbishop Rummel High School that there is "no place" in the country's constitutional traditions for the idea that the state must be neutral between religion and its absence.
"To tell you the truth there is no place for that in our constitutional tradition. Where did that come from?" he said. "To be sure, you can't favor one denomination over another but can't favor religion over non-religion?"
He also said there is "nothing wrong" with the idea of presidents and others invoking God in speeches. He said God has been good to America because Americans have honored him.
Scalia said during the Sept. 11 attacks he was in Rome at a conference. The next morning, after a speech by President George W. Bush in which he invoked God and asked for his blessing, Scalia said many of the other judges approached him and said they wished their presidents or prime ministers would do the same.
"God has been very good to us. That we won the revolution was extraordinary. The Battle of Midway was extraordinary. I think one of the reasons God has been good to us is that we have done him honor.
 Yes, we really honored the frack out of god when we murdered the natives and enslaved the Africans. Derp.

Oh lord, oh you are so huge. We're all really impressed down here I can tell you.


Anonymous said...

There would be no America if the Indians were not wiped out. There would be no gay marriage, no free speech, no crystal meth for the orgies on south beach, etc.

You would be living in Germany or France or wherever, controlled by the Nazis.

Yes, the genocide was a terrible crime, the enslavement inexcusable...but the by product of that treachery is the country we now live in. You don't like it. Leave or marry and move onto a reservation. I am sure that the locals will be very accepting of your lifestyle.

Or, better yet, why don't you start a campaign to right the injustice of the extinction of the Neanderthals at the hands of modern man - that was a total genocide. Or, better yet, why don't you take up the eradication of Muslims from Southern Europe - certainly we would all be better off if the South of Europe was more like North Africa or the Middle East?

Godwhacker said...

Peaceful coexistence is never an option for blood-thirsty theocrats worshiping the god of death.

Godwhacker said...

Also, neanderthals are NOT extinct. Today we call them "Republicans."

Anonymous said...

That is great.