Wednesday, March 31, 2010

SHAME on RNC!!!

Shame on the Republican National Committee!

Listen guys.  We all know that you waste our money (both sides of the aisle).  We know that most of you are as corrupt as the day is long (both sides of the aisle).  We know that you have no morals. We know that all you care about is yourself and your career (and your executive Congressional healthcare reserved exclusively for you).

We know that most likely you spent money that didn't belong to the American taxpayer when you went on your perv-fest.

SHAME ON YOU!

We know parties are nothing but a big show and all you care about is your agenda.  We know you care nothing about us or America.

SHAME ON YOU!

That is why I put my faith in Jesus, not in our political system.

YOU ARE ALL CORRUPT!  YOU ARE ALL SNAKES! 

WE ARE TIRED OF THIS! 


LET'S CLEAN HOUSE THIS NOVEMBER!!

3 comments:

Tim said...

Rick, is this in response to something particular? What "perv fest" are you talking about?

Rick Boyne said...

Do a simple Google search on RNC.

Yes, it is in response to something grotesquely particular!

Monk-in-Training said...

It really is ghastly. I heard about it a few days ago and was shocked.

I have been increasingly unhappy with the 'party of family values', my own Party and the scandals repeating over and over. Yes the other side has some too, but in the last several years most have been on what I have considered 'my' side.

In fact one of the BIGGEST reasons we even have a President Obama is that during his first Senate campaign, the Republican 'family values' candidate was destroyed politically by a horrible divorce scandal (Jerry Ryan, Seven of Nine in Star Trek Voyager, so I remember this) and Obama was suddenly in the Senate. So I feel that former Republican Senator Jack Ryan is more responsible than just the destruction of his marriage. Google that if you are interested in what he was up to.

I think one of the core principles of the Gospel is the spiritual discipline of looking at our own failures before detailing those of others. I think we can transfer that principle throughout our lives, as well.

If we want votes, we need to be worthy of voting for, I suppose.

That being said, I hope you are havinig a blessed and transformative Holy Week!

† Soli Deo gloria