Barack "Prince of Darkness" Obama? So says Christian Coalition televangalist Jack Van Impe. According to his interpretation of bible prophecy, Obama is the Minister of Change mentioned in Daniel 7:25. One may access his complete rant here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nI8t-Mr_9Wo&feature=related

Organized religions have far too much political clout nowadays and it only makes sense to put an end to their tax-exempt status. We, the taxpayers, should not have to foot the bill for this nonsense. This may be the only way to stop their faith-based politcal agendas being shoved down our throats. We, the people, should NOT be paying more taxes than 'alleged doctor' Jack, Pat Robertson, or others of their heretical ilk. Tax off their heads!

In the words of Harry Shearer: 'If this really is the end of the world, Armageddon outta here!'

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sdougreid 5 years 32 weeks ago
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We should tax churches like any other business. Pat Robertson would be paying a lot of taxes if we taxed religion.

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