The Satyromaniac Porn Dog in Chief: And the tax exempt pastors who support him.

What does that say about these “men of God,” and their spiritual bonafides? Christian communities are riddled with flawed, aspiritual, hypocrite leaders who dupe their congregations out of money, property, time, loyalty, mental health and honorability.

Some of these grifters show up regularly in the news and as Trump defenders on cable talk shows, tending to be “prosperity evangelists” (‘the more money you give my church, the more likely God will reward you with wealth and health’). This is just another example of why no tax benefits should be given to ANY religious organization which is not 100% devoted to closely scrutinized, apolitical social work, period. Remember, you, the American taxpayer, are helping them dine at expensive restaurants, drive nice cars and fly on private jets.

While we do have “freedom of religion,” there is NO right for religion to freeload at the public’s expense. We should revisit how this came about in the first place. My guess--it has morphed beyond recognition.

After listening to Republicans drone on year after year about Obama’s so-called 'religious' affiliations, and taking unending pious positions, the gig is up. Remember the endless Republican prattle about Rev. Jeremiah Wright?

Along with the phony pastors who justify their support of Trump by saying things like “one's spiritual journey is a lifelong one,” they dismiss his lack of moral substance by suggesting that he is ‘God’s work in progress.’ That old homily suggests that Trump deserves the fig leaf of a flawed human who is on the mend and working his way closer to God.

Here are just a couple more of their gems:

"I know that God can use him even with all his shortcomings."

"I believe Donald Trump, not from what I've read in the paper, but in conversations. I've come to the conclusion that Trump has a personal relationship with God."

If you aren’t holding your nose yet, then you probably could drive around with a dead body in your trunk for a long hot summer.

Now comes his latest hooker/porn star girlfriend, Stormy Daniels (Jack’s nymphomaniac cousin?), who was paid off to shut up before the election. Most probably, he was providing her with career coaching? Your guess. Mine is that it was a $130,000 tax deductible 'business expense.'

As Nina Burleigh stated in an October 2017 Newsweek article about ‘prosperity evangelists’: “…President Donald Trump’s evangelical panel, 25 pastors and religious conservatives who have mostly dispensed with those Sunday school homilies about Jesus loving the sick and poor, and Jesus responding to attacks with a turn of the cheek. They preach that their Lord hates entitlements, from welfare to Obamacare, that climate change is the talk of pagan heretics and that their heavenly father is fine with nuclear first strikes, as long as it’s America droppin’ the hammer.

You may be familiar with a few of these characters: Mark Burns, Pat Robertson, Johnny Moore, Tony Perkins, Robert Jeffress, Jerry Falwell, Jr., Darrell Scott, James Dobson, Ralph Reed, Richard Land, Paula White, Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, Ronnie Floyd, David Jeremiah.

Get rid of this tax ruse to support these charlatans and begin to end, once and for all time, the taxpayer subsidies for crass, greedy, political, bigoted behavior disguised as religion.

Incidentally, this will save you a trip to Google: Satyriasis (also satyromania) is the corresponding condition to nymphomania in men. It is derived from the Satyrs who in Greek mythology were drunken hyper-sexual goat-man creatures who were attendant upon Dionysus. This same condition is often called Don Juanism, too. (stackexchange.com)

For you animal fans, if Trump was a dog, he would definitely be a leg humper.

The Founders Created the Electoral College to Prevent a Foreign-Influenced Candidate From Winning - It Didn't Stop Trump, so Let's Scrap It

Thom plus logo It's time to take another step forward in fine-tuning our republic and abolish the Electoral College.

America's Founders and Framers thought they could use the Electoral College to prevent somebody like Donald Trump from ever becoming president. Unfortunately, they were wrong, and now we're paying the price.