Thursday, May 01, 2008

Fortress AmeriKKKa - Day 717

For many years, Edgerton High School in Wisconsin has allowed students in its Spanish class to recite the Pledge of Allegiance in Spanish over the Intercom one day of the school year. Only one day. And these are not meskins, but white kids learning Spanish.

This year, everyone is all agitated about it. “This is America; we speak English,” said Todd Dix, a retired from the National Guardsman. Another, unnamed intellectual said, "I go to Edgerton High School and I don’t appreciate Mexicans saying the Pledge in Spanish. . . . If you think Mexicans can waltz right in this school and have an influence on these American students, then you’re wrong. This is America, home of the free and not the illegal."

There are over 100,000 Hispanics serving in the Army, and George W. Bush had the National Anthem sung in Spanish at his inauguration in 2001. And the Wisconson constitution is written in English, German and Norwegian. Superintendant Dr. Norman Fjelstad, who has had his life threatened, said, "The reason it was written in three languages is because it’s important that people understand the words."

I guess now, you can only love America in English, even if you are a white high school student in Spanish class.

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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Recently, Jesustanis gathered at a San Francisco gas station. Were they there to protest anti-Christian products? Protest anti-Christian music?

Nope. They were praying for lower gas prices.

Now that we have abandoned science in the classroom in favor of invisible beings who go around saying "Abracadabra," we are now abandoning the study of economics. Instead of "Supply and Demand" we now teach "you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer" (Matthew 21:22).


Sunday, April 27, 2008

Apparently, the teachings of Jebus have been changing. Instead of "Turn the Other Cheek" or "The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth," Jebus now demands death threats against non-believers.

Corporal Jeremy Hall was sent home early from Iraq because he is an atheist.

It eventually came out in Iraq in 2007, when he was in a firefight. Hall was a gunner on a Humvee, which took several bullets in its protective shield. Afterward, his commander asked whether he believed in God, Hall said.

"I said, 'No, but I believe in Plexiglas,'" Hall said.

He said his fellow soldiers confronted, one group even followed him as he walked across the post and harrassed and no one stopped them. In fact, the Army has said it couldn't even protect him if he was posted to Fort Riley.

That's right. The Army cannot protect atheists.

Welcome to Jebusistan!