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Noted in Passing: How to Worship Fear

“Please grant me the strength to be an obedient little bitch.”

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  • EX-Californian Pete May 19, 2021, 8:41 AM

    That’s blasphemy!
    And a hilarious, but sadly true form of it.

    The 1st video I saw of his was so convincing that I actually thought he actually WAS a bleeding-heart libtard until I watched it completely through until the end. Man, he really has that libtard act down pat!

    He should be considered for the next Emmy Awards…. seriously.
    “Best comedic actor who insults Liberals and retards with their own BS” category.

  • Dave May 19, 2021, 5:50 PM

    I cringe at the thought of prayer going to something/someone less other than to our Lord. But, I laugh (cringe) at the humor of the video. I’m not a stuffy old coot; I’m just an old faithful one. At least I got that going for me.

  • Annie Rose May 20, 2021, 4:03 AM

    He holds the mirror of truth up in liberals’ faces, reflecting their ugliness and hypocrisy back upon them. The Libs in my area worship fear. They gasp and glare at anyone who doesn’t cower at the altar of their chosen religion. I had one of them glare at me last evening as I exited an outdoor patio at a restaurant without putting my covid burka on. I had overheard him earlier asking if it was permissible to use the indoor bathroom in a restaurant that was fully open for indoor dining. He clearly has just exited his bunker for the first time since February 2020. My millennial kids cringe when I point out the fear porn and call it porn, but I call it as I see it. We need reminders not to give in to fear and not to be anxious given the constant fear propaganda being forced upon us. Humor is a great weapon.

  • ghostsniper May 20, 2021, 8:03 AM

    Why are communists always angry?

  • Richard May 20, 2021, 8:31 AM

    Had a bit of a graced moment in time yesterday. Happened at a large garden center I visit once a year. Though I had a face diaper hanging around my neck, as I made my way to the entrance, I quickly noticed few people were in possession of one, let alone wearing one. I quickly removed mine and put it in my jacket pocket. For the next hour, or so, I simply moved about the complex selecting what would be planted this year. No one freaked out and all simply went about their business. It seemed so much more relaxed and undeniably pleasant. As I’ve thought about it since, I have a bit of an idea what it must have felt like for the proud, loyal, indomitable, non-Vichy French people when their liberators freed them from tyranny. Disobedience shown to tyrants is obedience shown to God. God bless freedom loving people everywhere!