Sarah Palin is the reason compasses point North.

calendar   Tuesday - February 07, 2006


Vince O’Farrel—The Melbourne Express (Australia)


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calendar   Friday - January 06, 2006


I don’t know who is loopier here: Robertson for suggesting Ariel Sharon’s stroke was punishment by God or CNN for using the word “smote”. As far as I’m concerned, Pat Robertson is a “non-story”. He has been for a long time. The only reason he gets news coverage like this is because he makes a great punching bag for the Liberal Left in their efforts to prove that religious people are fruitcakes. For the record, I personally pray for Sharon’s recovery. There is no smiting involved ...

imageimageRobertson Suggests God Smote Sharon
Evangelist links Israeli leader’s stroke to ‘dividing God’s land’

Television evangelist Pat Robertson suggested Thursday that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s stroke was divine retribution for the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza, which Robertson opposed. “He was dividing God’s land, and I would say, ‘Woe unto any prime minister of Israel who takes a similar course to appease the [European Union], the United Nations or the United States of America,’” Robertson told viewers of his long-running television show, “The 700 Club.”

“God says, ‘This land belongs to me, and you’d better leave it alone,’” he said. Robertson’s show airs on the ABC Family cable network and claims about 1 million viewers daily. Sharon, 77, clung to life in a Jerusalem hospital Thursday after surgery to treat a severe stroke, his doctors said.

The prime minister, who withdrew Israeli settlers and troops from Gaza and parts of the West Bank last summer over heated objections from his own Likud Party, was breathing with the aid of a ventilator after doctors operated to stop the bleeding in his brain. In Washington, President Bush offered praise for Sharon in a speech on Thursday. “We pray for his recovery,” Bush said. “He’s a good man, a strong man. A man who cared deeply about the security of the Israeli people, and a man who had a vision for peace. May God bless him.”

Daniel Ayalon, Israel’s ambassador to the United States, compared Robertson’s remarks to the overheated rhetoric of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  He called the comments “outrageous” and said they were not something to expect “from any of our friends. He is a great friend of Israel and a great friend of Prime Minister Sharon himself, so I am very surprised,” Ayalon told CNN.

Robertson, 75, founded the Christian Coalition and in 1988 failed in a bid for the Republican presidential nomination. He last stirred controversy in August, when he called for the assassination of Venezuela’s president, Hugo Chavez. Robertson later apologized, but still compared Chavez to Hitler and former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein in the process. The same month, the Anti-Defamation League criticized Robertson for warning that God would “bring judgment” against Israel for its withdrawal from Gaza, which it had occupied since the 1967 Mideast war.

- More on this mighty smiting story here ...


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calendar   Sunday - December 25, 2005

The Message

And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn. And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.
-- Luke 2:7-14, KJV



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calendar   Saturday - December 24, 2005

A Simple Request

Jeff Parker, Florida Today


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calendar   Monday - December 19, 2005

OldCatMan Christmas, T Minus 6

He’s teasing me. I know it. OldCatman (OCM) knows I am concerned about his immortal soul but his tiny, liberal brain refuses to cooperate. I received the “Christmas card” below this morning. I am still gnashing my teeth. The old porcu-critter is just like all the other liberals who would kill Chirstmas. They won’t be happy until we’re all bowing down at Ramadama-ding-dong. PLEASE, OCM! It won’t hurt you to say MERRY CHRISTMAS! I promise! Every day you postpone your redemption brings you one day closer to that old Devil. He’s a-waiting fer you, dont’cha know. He’s chuckling into the fires below, knowing you’re making the Baby Jesus cry. All the good people who come here are concerned that you are condemning yourself to hellfire forever after. Repeat after me ... M-E-R-R-Y-C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S!!



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calendar   Sunday - December 18, 2005



“And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.” (Luke 2:8-11 KJV)


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/18/2005 at 03:42 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - December 08, 2005

Religious Discrimination?

For the record, Collinsville, Illinois is right across the river from St. Louis. I don’t see why these pharmacists don’t just move across the river. Missouri is a bit more rational than the Soviet Socialist Republic Of Illinois. Then again, as far as I’m concerned Walgreen’s is not a good place to work. They have screwed up my prescriptions here four times in the last eight months. Anyway, here’s the story below. I’ll let you decide who you think is in the right (or wrong) here. If you want contact information, I will also provide you with the web sites of all interested parties ....

Group Files Complaint Over Disciplined Walgreen Pharmacists

Walgreen Co. engaged in religious discrimination by ‘’effectively firing’’ three Illinois pharmacists who refused to fill prescriptions for emergency contraception, a public-interest group alleged Wednesday. The American Center for Law and Justice, founded by evangelist Pat Robertson, said it had filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

The group said the pharmacists were put on unpaid leave Nov. 28 because the drug store chain said they violated a state rule mandating that such prescriptions be filled. ‘’Since the pharmacists believe that human life begins at conception, they conclude that dispensing such drugs would require them to participate in the moral equivalent of abortion,’’ the Washington-based group said in a statement.

‘’I knew when these drugs came out I would never be able to dispense them,’’ pharmacist John Menges, who worked in a Walgreens store in Collinsville until being placed on leave, told The Associated Press. Frank Manion of the ACLJ declined to release a copy of the complaint, saying such matters routinely are confidential. The local EEOC office did not immediately return messages left seeking comment.

The Illinois rule — imposed by Gov. Rod Blagojevich in April — requires Illinois pharmacies that sell contraceptives approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to fill prescriptions for emergency birth control. Pharmacies that do not fill prescriptions for any type of contraception are not required to follow the rule.

‘’It is strictly stated in state law that pharmacists must fill prescriptions for emergency contraceptions,’’ said Tiffani Bruce, a spokeswoman for Deerfield, Ill.-based Walgreen. ‘’Anyone who takes issue with this law needs to address it with the state or the governor.’’ The three pharmacists — identified by the group as Menges, Richard Quayle and Carol Muzzarelli — were put on unpaid leave for refusing on religious and moral grounds to fill prescriptions for the morning-after pill. A fourth pharmacist who was put on leave returned to work Monday after agreeing in writing to follow the state rule.

Manion called a state or federal lawsuit likely if the company doesn’t reinstate the pharmacists. ‘’It’s important that a stand be taken here,’’ he said. Bruce said the three pharmacists have declined to accept the chain’s offer to find them work in Missouri, which has no such rule. Several lawsuits on behalf of pharmacists and pharmacy owners have been filed in opposition to the rule, many by Manion’s group and Americans United for Life, a Chicago-based public interest law firm.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/08/2005 at 09:46 AM   
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calendar   Monday - December 05, 2005

The Road To Bethlehem


And Joseph also went unto the city of David which is called Bethlehem,
to be registered with Mary, his espoused wife, being great with child.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/05/2005 at 06:18 AM   
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calendar   Friday - November 11, 2005

Yea, Verily!

Before we begin this news story, let me make three key points here: (1) I believe in intelligent design because (a) there is a God and (b) how else can you explain all those molecules and atoms coming together to make such a handsome man as myself?, (2) With that said, intelligent design should be taught in church, not in science class because church is for faith and science class is for facts - faith and facts are mutually exclusive, (3) Pat Robertson is a moron. Carry on ...

imageimagePat Robertson Tells Dover Residents They Rejected God

Pat Robertson had a special message for residents of Dover, Pa., today after voters there elected to boot the current school board, which instituted an intelligent design policy that led to a federal trial.

Robertson made the comment after Lee Webb of CBN News delivered a report on how residents in Dover voted in eight new Democratic board members, replacing all eight current members who had voted for a policy that required students in ninth-grade biology classes to hear a statement on intelligent design before hearing lessons on evolution. Webb then asked Robertson what he thought about the vote.

Here was Robertson’s response ....

“I’d like to say to the good citizens of Dover: If there is a disaster in your area, don’t turn to God, you just rejected him from your city. And don’t wonder why he hasn’t helped you when problems begin, if they begin. I’m not saying they will, but if they do, just remember, you just voted God out of your city. And if that’s the case, don’t ask for his help because he might not be there.”

The new school board members have said that they are not against intelligent design, but that they just don’t want it taught in science class. Intelligent design backers have consistently argued that the teaching is purely scientific and has nothing to do with religion.


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calendar   Tuesday - November 01, 2005

The Pope’s Court?

A little-known fact about Judge Samuel Alito’s nomination is that it would definitely tilt the court in a .... Catholic direction? Yes, here is something more for Liberals to worry about. If Alito is confirmed, that would make five Catholics, two Protestants and two Jews on the high court.

In the Leftist mindset, this will not do! In the name of diversity, they will insist that President Bush nominate an atheist or a MOOS-lim! Perhaps even a Buddhist? A Mormon? A Quaker? A Scientologist? How about a member of a Satanic Cult? Gotta have minorities represented, right?

Pardon me. Whenever I try to think like a Leftist my mind starts to dissolve in laughter. How do they do it and keep a straight face ... ?

Catholics Could Get Majority on High Court

More than two centuries of Protestant domination on the Supreme Court will end if Samuel Alito is confirmed as its next justice. For the first time in the nation’s history, five Roman Catholics - a majority - would be on the high court. Yet news that the son of an Italian immigrant father, someone who grew up in a suburban New Jersey parish where he served as a lector and later married, doesn’t carry quite the power it might have in the days when Kennedys ran for the White House.

Catholics have become part of the nation’s political mainstream - far removed from the blatant anti-Catholic prejudice that once permeated American culture. They are as divided as other Americans on abortion and other social issues that will be a focus of Alito’s confirmation hearings - making an outpouring of religious pride for the conservative jurist less likely. “The Catholic community is not going out dancing in the streets of Boston tonight because of this nomination,” said James Davidson, a Purdue University sociologist who researches religion and Supreme Court justices. “But it still represents a significant development in American religious history.”

Protestants have been so dominant on the court that half of the justices have come from just three denominations: the Episcopal, Presbyterian and Congregational churches, he said. Only two Protestants would remain on the Supreme Court - David Souter and John Paul Stevens. The two other justices - Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer - are Jewish.

Analysts said Alito, as the fifth Catholic, was a less controversial religious choice than Harriet Miers, whose adult acceptance of born-again Christianity was dissected for clues about how she would vote on abortion. President Bush helped make religion a central issue in her failed nomination, saying it was a factor in selecting her for the high court.

David Leege, a professor emeritus at the University of Notre Dame and an expert on Catholics and politics, said the only activists likely to seize on Alito’s religion are abortion rights groups, who will try to link the judge’s position on abortion to Catholic teaching. Most others will focus on his ideology, Leege said. Senators are “less concerned whether the person is Catholic or Protestant than whether the person is conservative or liberal,” he said.

- Now Say Three Hail Marys And Go Read The Rest Here


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calendar   Monday - October 31, 2005

Get Defrock Outta Here

Question: How does one “defrock” a lesbian? Answer: You slap the “frock” out of her.

OK. OK. Enough. See if you can come up with a better one for this amusing story involving a lesbian “priest”. Carefully examine the picture below. The priest is on the left. Her “partner” is on the right. May God have mercy on me for saying it but that “partner” is ONE MORE BUTT-UGLY WOMAN! I know, I know. I’m probably going to go to hell for that but I just couldn’t hold it back ....

imageimageMethodists Defrock Lesbian Minister

The highest court within the United Methodist Church defrocked a lesbian minister Monday for violating the denomination’s ban on “self-avowed, practicing homosexual” clergy. The nine-member Judicial Council—seven of whom heard the case Thursday in Houston—issued the ruling through its Web site. The denomination’s communications office is based in Nashville.

A church panel decided in December that the Rev. Irene “Beth” Stroud, 35 (pictured at left with her “artner"), by being in a lesbian partnership, engaged in practices that the church has declared incompatible with Christian teachings. The panel’s decision was overturned by the Northeast Jurisdiction Committee on Appeals, but the Judicial Council backed the original ruling.

The Judicial Council ruled Monday that the appeals committee “erred in reversing and setting aside the verdict and penalty from Rev. Stroud’s trial.” Thomas Hall, counsel for the United Methodist Church said the decision provides some relief, but is “not the end of this whole conversation.”

“An issue like this takes so much energy on both sides, and takes the focus off a lot of the great things the church is doing,” Hall said. “This gives us some space so we can hopefully channel our energies into the great things we’re doing.” The UMC is the nation’s third-largest denomination. Stroud, who became an associate pastor at Philadelphia’s First United Methodist Church of Germantown in 1999, has said she never revealed her sexual orientation in documents related to her ordination, but didn’t keep it a secret.

She said she decided to come out in 2003 because she felt she was being held back in her faith by not sharing the complete truth about her life. A complaint was filed against her last year. “I thought I was prepared for anything, but still the news came as a blow,” Stroud said in a phone interview. “It’s a sad day for me and for my family and for my congregation and, I think, a sad day for the United Methodist Church.”

Stroud will continue as a lay staff member at her congregation, preaching, supervising children’s and youth work and conducting pastoral visits. She told the congregation Sunday that she and her partner are applying to be foster parents. “There’s really no question that the United Methodist Church practices discrimination. That’s been made abundantly clear,” she said.

UMC Judicial Council:


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calendar   Monday - October 03, 2005

Well …. DUH?!

Too little, too late. All this means is that the casinos will be only 70% destroyed instead of 100% destroyed during the next big hurricane. You can thank the Bible Belt preachers in the Deep South for the resistance to letting them move all the way onshore to safe locations. Of course, the backwoods Baptists aren’t concerned about the millions of dollars and thousands of jobs the casinos bring to Mississippi every year. All that concerns them is .... SA-TAN! (help me out here, I’m channeling Dana Carvey)

And before anyone jumps on me for giving the Bible thumpers a hard time, bear in mind that I was born and raised in the South and I know whereof I speak. Personally, I don’t gamble. I do go to church though. Never had the urge to visit a casino or even buy a lottery ticket - gambling is for dumbasses but jobs in Mississippi are hard to come by and every little bit helps, even if the jobs are at the expense of stoopid goobers from Alabama (where gambling is totally illegal except in Indian casinos) driving all the way to Mississippi to throw their money away. Can I hear you say “PRAISE JESUS” one more time? Louder now ....

Miss. Lawmakers OK Casino Move to Dry Land

Mississippi lawmakers sent Gov. Haley Barbour a bill Monday to let coastal casinos move a short distance onto dry land. The vote came a month after Hurricane Katrina smashed many of Mississippi’s floating casinos. Barbour pushed for the legislation in a special session dealing with hurricane recovery, saying the storm showed that the casinos would be safer on shore. The state Senate passed the bill 29-21 on Monday. The House approved the measure last week.

Mississippi legalized casinos in 1990 but said they must be on barges floating on either the Gulf of Mexico or the Mississippi River. The bill sent to Barbour does not allow the river casinos to move onto dry land. After the vote, coast business people and civic leaders exchanged hugs and high-fives in a Capitol hallway. While some gambling companies have said they plan to rebuild over water, others want to go on shore so their buildings will be sturdier and easier to insure. “This means a new beginning for the Gulf Coast,” said Laura Hasty of Biloxi, owner of an advertising agency with several casinos as clients. “This is the hope that we’ve needed since Aug. 29.”

Before Katrina, the coastal gambling houses employed about 14,000 people and generated about $500,000 a day in state and local taxes. Thousands more people had jobs supplying goods or services to casinos. The bill says casinos can move 800 feet on shore or—in Biloxi’s Harrison County only—to the southern boundary of U.S. 90, a major east-west route that follows the beach in much of the county. This is the first serious effort to allow blackjack tables and slot machines to move even a short distance onto land. The vote Monday came after two hours of debate in which coast senators pleaded for a way to help their communities recover.


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calendar   Friday - September 30, 2005

Oil Trumps God?

Freedom of religion in the Kingdom Of Oil? Never happen as long as you keep driving those gas-guzzling SUV’s. All we need to do is wait until they sell all the oil over there to us and then we’ll turn around and sell them water .... provided they allow the Pope to visit ....

US Waives Sanctions on Saudis Over Religious Rights

The United States has postponed punishing Saudi Arabia, its close ally and key oil supplier, for restricting religious freedom—the first time Washington has waived punishing a blacklisted country under a 1998 law targeting violators of religious rights. U.S. officials said on Friday the Bush administration had decided to delay imposing sanctions on Saudi Arabia for six months. The decision reflects the delicate balance the United States has sought to strike with Arab allies such as Saudi Arabia as it promotes expanding freedoms at the risk of irking governments needed to support its oil and terrorism policies.

In a rare official rebuke a year ago, Washington designated Saudi Arabia as one of only eight countries worldwide that could be sanctioned. The blacklisting in an annual report said religious freedom did not exist in the kingdom. With this year’s report due out next month, the Bush administration needed to decide on sanctioning Saudi Arabia and chose to give the kingdom a further six months to negotiate how it might improve its record. “We have not seen strong progress in the area of legal protection for religious freedom,” State Department spokesman Kurtis Cooper said. “(But) we welcome Saudi recognition of the need to make improvements and create a more tolerant society.”

With high oil prices affecting the U.S. economy and dragging on President George W. Bush’s popularity, Democrats have charged he has largely ignored Saudi Arabia’s rights record for fear of causing any backlash from the oil supplier. Prominent Saudis dismiss as politically motivated U.S. criticism of the country’s strict Wahhabi brand of Islam. In contrast to its decision on Saudi Arabia, the United States decided to sanction Eritrea by banning military exports to the Horn of Africa country, the officials said.

Vietnam, the third country added to the blacklist last year, has avoided sanctions after agreeing to improve its record, they added. The other countries the United States considers serious violators of religious freedom are North Korea, Myanmar, Sudan, Iran and China. The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, an agency established by Congress to promote religious freedom, has recommended this year that three allies should be added to the blacklist: Pakistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 09/30/2005 at 10:29 PM   
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calendar   Tuesday - August 23, 2005

It’s All Your Fault!!

Yes, I’m talking to you! You on the other side of this monitor, sitting there in your underwear eating Cheet-O’s. You had your chance back in 1995 to do the right thing but NOOOOOOOOOOO .... you just had to send the money. You picked up the phone and gave them your credit card number or you wrote out a check, licked the stamp and yelled “Praise The Lord” as you deposited it at the Post Office. All of you out there who cribbed your social security checks together are to blame.

God asked for $8 million and was holding Pat Roberston for ransom. You knew it was true because Pat Robertson told you so. Well, I hope you’re happy now. God got his money and Robertson was left unharmed. No biblical plague descended on his house and the frogs rained elsewhere than on his head. You had your chance and you blew it. You could have thumbed your nose at God and told Him to go ahead and take Robertson. But you didn’t. Now you have to contend with this kind of crap from the $8 Million Dollar Man ....

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (AP)—Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson has suggested that American agents assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to stop his country from becoming “a launching pad for communist infiltration and Muslim extremism.” An official of a theological watchdog group on Tuesday criticized Robertson’s statement as “chilling.” “We have the ability to take him out, and I think the time has come that we exercise that ability,” Robertson said Monday on the Christian Broadcast Network’s “The 700 Club.”

“We don’t need another $200 billion war to get rid of one, you know, strong-arm dictator,” he continued. “It’s a whole lot easier to have some of the covert operatives do the job and then get it over with.” Chavez has emerged as one of the most outspoken critics of President Bush, accusing the United States of conspiring to topple his government and possibly backing plots to assassinate him. U.S. officials have called the accusations ridiculous.

“You know, I don’t know about this doctrine of assassination, but if he thinks we’re trying to assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do it,” Robertson said. “It’s a whole lot cheaper than starting a war ... and I don’t think any oil shipments will stop.” On Tuesday, critics objected to Robertson’s statements. “It’s absolutely chilling to hear a religious leader call for the murder of any political leader, no matter how much he disagrees with such a leader’s policies or practices,” said the Rev. Barry Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

David Brock, president of Media Matters, a liberal media watchdog group, said the remarks should discredit Robertson as a spokesman for the religious right. Robertson, 75, founder of the Christian Coalition of America and a former presidential candidate, accused the United States of failing to act when Chavez was briefly overthrown in 2002. A Robertson spokeswoman, Angell Watts, said he would not do interviews Tuesday and had no statement elaborating on his remarks.


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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
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