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May 1, 2015

What Lenin didn’t realize was that prayerful piety is the ultimate stage of Leftism.

It’s when you are in a line praying there is still toilet paper, or bread or a job left for you at the end;

it is when you are on your knees before al-Qaeda begging them to reduce the ransom from $2 to $1.85 million because that’s all your house, car, jewelry and life savings are worth. It is when your arms are raised in rapturous hope at the coming of Obama, Warren, Sanders — or Hillary. That’s the last vision of heaven you will see as you rush to one side of the boat. Chesterton was right. When people stopped believing in God they didn’t believe in nothing, they started believing in anything. Run To the Left | Belmont Club

Posted by gerardvanderleun at May 1, 2015 12:18 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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No, they didn't begin believing in anything or something, they were too busy deceiving in everything.
For those fools, "In the beginning was the Void, and the Void was with Nought, and that's what they bought -- crook, line, and stinker."

Posted by: Stug Guts [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 1, 2015 3:15 PM

To believe in something other than one's self is to give power away.
That's jake with me. I am centered and balanced and I have enough "power" to turn my life over to God, to submit to the Holy Ghost; oddly enough the more I give away the stronger I become.

You take liberals, commies, lefties, I see them as weak people. They vibe scared, you ever notice that? it is inconceivable for any of them to think there is a Power at work in the world that is greater than them. They live alone and will die alone. So mote it be.

OK sermon over, halleluiah and pass the potato salad.

Posted by: chasmatic [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 2, 2015 9:20 AM

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