Bush vs Jesus, The Ultimate in Negative Campaigning

May 26, 2007 at 4:14 am | Posted in Beliefs, Bush, humor, Jesus, modern trends, political, political campaigns, Religion | 7 Comments

This is a look at what a GOP/Bush campaign ad would be like, if the Prince of Peace were alive and here on earth. After-all, we know how liberal, non-violent hippies who want to help the down-trodden, advocate for peace, tolerance, and base their ethics on helping those around them and acting towards others like you would want others to act towards you…are treated by the GOP          read more & watch video

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  1. Hm…
    That statement you quoted is a hasty generalization – a fallacy.

    It ignores the fact that Christians want to help the down-trodden, advocate for peace, tolerance, do everything we can to help those around us, and treat others as we would like to be treated…

  2. Brian,

    It ignores the fact that Christians want to help the down-trodden, advocate for peace, tolerance, do everything we can to help those around us, and treat others as we would like to be treated…

    I don’t see how that statement ignores the fact that Christians want to do the same. Did you watch the video? The point here is to poke fun at Bush and the negative campaign tactics that seem to be all the rage with politicians these days.

  3. No – I didn’t watch the video.
    You just seemed to be attacking Christians in that sense – and I simply defended it.
    Sorry for the mis-understanding. :-/

  4. Brian,
    Since the post was a quote from another site, how is it I appeared to be attacking anyone?
    It’s a good idea to make sure you have all the information before drawing a conclusion (ie evolution).

  5. You can quote something and use it to attack someone.
    Example: I quote someone who says “I hate Joe Smith.” If I use the quote right, I can easily attack Joe Smith.

    And yes, I’m sorry about not reading more.
    (As for evolution, I have done much gathering and have arrived at a conclusion. Any help would be appreciated.)

  6. your notional Jesus and Bush compromise and become a a great vulnerable paradox of a not-taken-any-notice ego. Bush is is Bush and Jesus is Jesus. A fatalistic theology, and a ” need no education” and liberal secular premise of historicity and profound idiosyncrasy to beat around the bush to be genuinely so good.

  7. your notional Jesus and Bush compromise and become a a great vulnerable paradox of a not-taken-any-notice ego. Bush is is Bush and Jesus is Jesus. A fatalistic theology, a ” need no education” ,liberal secular premise of historicity and the profound idiosyncrasy to beat around the bush to be genuinely so good.


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