Crazy on parade!

From Salon: Sinners in the hands of an angry GOP
Mar. 29, 2006 | Introducing Rep. Tom DeLay at the War on Christians and the Values Voter in 2006 conference in Washington Tuesday, master of ceremonies Rick Scarborough described him as "the man God has appointed in this last day." The conference began on Monday and was saturated with millennial anxiety. A succession of preachers, talk-radio hosts, religious right operatives and, significantly, major Republican politicians took to the stage at the posh Omni Shoreham hotel to rally the troops for an epic battle between the forces of national renewal and those of vice and enervating perversion. So it wasn't surprising to hear Scarborough, a Baptist preacher who has made it his mission to organize "patriot pastors" for political action, talk about DeLay's legal troubles as part of a culminating war between heaven and hell.

I'm not gonna quote the entire article, as most of it's just more garbage from these sufferers of oral diarrhea. It goes on to talk about how they hate gays, women, non-christians... everyone but themselves, really.

The odd thing is, these people don't like Bush because he's not extremist enough. I gotta feel for Bush on this, because, quite frankly, I'd have to say these folks are flat-out crazy. There's no telling what they'll do.

But this also demonstrates the kind of thinking going through the people like this. When they're brought up on what they are - hate-mongering, corrupt, mindless slaves of a system that tries to establish a theocracy in America - they just whine about how everyone who sees them for what they are are "evil Christian-hating sinners", not responsible people.

Ah well, when they finally get sick of it here and try to establish their own country, they'll be prime targets for a war in which they're trampled.