DUE TO HIS RADICAL EXTREME CHRISTIAN BELIEFS, I WOULD EXPECT HIM TO ASK GOD TO COME DOWN AND STOP THE WATERS FROM OVERFLOWING. OR PERHAPS HE COULD ASK GOD TO OPEN ANOTHER PATHWAY SO THE WATERS CAN DRAIN SOMEWHERE ELSE.

OR, HE JUST MIGHT THINK THAT GOD IS PUNISHING THE PEOPLE AS THEY ARE UNDESERVING LIKE IN THE GREAT FLOOD.

PLESE NOTE THAT HE HASN'T SAID A WORD ABOUT THIS DISASTER EITHER OR LENDED SUPPORT. S0ME CHRISTIAN HE IS.

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leontrollski 5 weeks 5 days ago
#1

Maybe he could stand underneath the spillway and stick his finger in it.

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DdC 5 weeks 5 days ago
#2

A good reason for Trump's Wall.
Just build it in between Church and State.

“Pence is a religious wingnut
just as power addicted and controlling
as Falswell and Robertson or Junior Graham…”

Chris Hedges speaks about dominionism:

This corruption of science and law is vital in promoting the doctrine. Creationism, or “intelligent design,” like Eugenics for the Nazis, must be introduced into the mainstream as a valid scientific discipline to destroy the discipline of science itself. This is why the Christian Right is working to bring test cases to ensure that school textbooks include “intelligent design” and condemn gay marriage.

The drive by the Christian Right to include crackpot theories in scientific or legal debate is part of the campaign to destroy dispassionate and honest intellectual inquiry. Facts become interchangeable with opinions. An understanding of reality is not to be based on the elaborate gathering of facts and evidence. The ideology alone is true. Facts that get in the way of the ideology can be altered. Lies, in this worldview, become true. Hannah Arendt called this effort “nihilistic relativism” although a better phrase might be collective insanity.[…]

“What convinces masses are not facts,” Hannah Arendt wrote in Origins of Totalitarianism, “and not even invented facts, but only the consistency of the system which they are presumably part. Repetition, somewhat overrated in importance because of the common belief in the “masses” inferior capacity to grasp and remember, is important because it convinces them of consistency in time.” (p.351)

There are more than 6 million elementary and secondary school students attending private schools and 11.5 percent of these students attend schools run by the Christian Right. These “Christian” schools saw an increase of 46 percent in enrollment in the last decade. The 245,000 additional students accounted for 75 percent of the total rise in private school enrollment.[…]

All debates with the Christian Right are useless. We cannot reach this movement. It does not want a dialogue. It cares nothing for rational thought and discussion. It is not mollified because John Kerry prays or Jimmy Carter teaches Sunday School. These naive attempts to reach out to a movement bent on our destruction, to prove to them that we too have “values,” would be humorous if the stakes were not so deadly. They hate us. They hate the liberal, enlightened world formed by the Constitution. Our opinions do not count.
Chris Hedges,
The Christian Right and the Rise of American Fascism

Early Christianitys Drug Fuelled Magic Rituals

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zapdam 5 weeks 4 days ago
#3

Perhaps Pence could plug it with the tons of bullshit his republican party produces every day.

Legend 5 weeks 4 days ago
#4

The first natual disaster in the Trump administration is completely ignored. Bush did more when he looked out the window of Air Force 1, as he flew over, after katrina. Or when he said "Brownie you're doing a great job". What a POTUS.

Legend 5 weeks 4 days ago
#5

https://weather.com/forecast/regional/news/california-record-wet-water-y...

Another big storm heading for N CA. CA has always had extremes. Now the extremes are more extreme. In CO we have had a baumy February. SW OK hit 99 2 days ago. "It doen't take a weatherman to know which way the wind blows" Dylan

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