Some time ago I posted the following as a comment. The topic is evident. Follow the link and watch the media report of flaming tap water. Is quite astounding. Hold on to that imagery as you watch the video below.
Texas don’t need no stank’n EPA. They burn off their pollution in their drinking water.
Welcome to his nightmare: Flaming well water
I just discovered this gem: CO State Senator Explains That Fracking Poses No Danger Because Having High Amounts Of Methane In The Water Is Totally Natural
The number of negative stereotypes this CO politician exemplifies is astounding, and disgusting.
Baud Bits just did a video on Ray Comfort
Ray Comfort The Skeptic, a part of which I wish to highlight here.
On Wednesday, March 26, 2014, the following was posted on the On The Box blog.
Words of Comfort: Bond-servants.
Skeptics are often angered by the biblical practice of having a bond-servant (a slave). They presume that “slavery” automatically means tremendous cruelty with chains and whips–because of the history of American slavery.
However, a bond-servant in scripture was someone who found themselves in debt, and they worked off their debt. We don’t do that in America. We think we know better. We throw people into jail. So the person who lost the money doesn’t get it back, and the person in debt goes to jail. At present the United States has over 1.5 million people in prison, at a cost of over $31,000 per prisoner per year.
Perhaps I’m wrong. Perhaps Ray is making a case for better science education. Yet, it really seems to me that Ray is arguing for a return to his version of biblical slavery.
Naw, can’t be. Not even banana air-sex wacko Comfort is that dumb. Right?
The Mack Quigley Report in ‘Separation of Church and State’ is an Godless Blasphemy said in part:
There is a blasphemous American doctrine that has taken over the world, the foolish and irreverent notion of an atheistic government. The so-called ‘separation of church and state’ is fine if it merely precludes one denomination from Christianity from using government to persecute fellow Christians, but it is warped and erroneous if it rejects the acknowledgement of the exclusive Lordship of Jesus Christ as supreme ruler over the nation’s government.
All the governments of this world must submit to the Lordship of Jesus Christ!
There were 37 bible quotes (listed below), and not much more, used to compulsively argue, or directly cause, submission of the world’s governments to batshit crazy christianity.
Pinky and the Brain are more likely to succeed, and would do a far better job of ruling the world.
1 Tim 1:17
1 Tim 6:14-16
Hebrews 11:23, 27
2 Corinthians 11:32-33
1 Corinthians 15:24-25
1 Corinthians 4:19-21
1 John 5:4
1 Corinthians 15:57