Thursday, August 24, 2006

President Harris or the End of the World: Tough Choice

By Kanrei

Sometimes I cannot help but believe in a G-d. Things just happen “out of the blue” that are just too perfectly timed to have happened randomly. There has to be a hand guiding these things. Sure, we could miss them, but something put them there for us to notice in the first place.

Continued in LEMMING POLITICS

5 comments:

Gal said...

“What happens in Florida sets the trend for what happens nationally…whoever wins Florida will win the presidency” It seems she wants the presidency down the line and that is why she wants the Senate so badly.

As delusional as Harris is, I don't think she believes she can be president. I think she meant that which ever presidential candidate carries FL will win the national election.

whenever we legislate sin and say abortion is permissible and we say gay unions are permissible, then average citizens who are not Christians, because they don’t know better, we are leading them astray and it’s wrong…”

She's been listening too much to Robertson, Falwell, Reed, Perkins, etc., and she obviously is well-schooled in telling her audience of Baptist readers what she thinks they want to hear.

All I can say is thank goodness she is has become such a joke that she self-destructing as a candidate.

RexZeitgiest said...

I would love to see Harris and Ann Coulter embraced in a lesbian encounter....With a drugged out Limbaugh providing color commentary.....

Jeb/Lieberman in 08'

Serena Joy said...

Forgive my foggy memory, but isn't this the "illustrious" Floridian who handed Bush the first election?

I like Rex's idea. I'd buy a ticket -- and popcorn -- to see that.:)

Iloz Zoc said...

Lord we need that separation of church and state now, more than ever--otherwise we'll start looking and acting like Iran. Just in a Christian sort of way.

Anonymous said...

You hit the nail on the head with this one....way to go. She is what is so wrong with the Republicans....they forget this is a nation of free religion.