And so started the “What is a Christian?

You can bet this will wind up as a major question at the next REPUBLICAN debate.

Romney will say that Mormons believe in the JESUS that came back to earth in the 19th Century and told Joseph Smith he could marry a bunch of cute teenage girls.

So the people who believe in The Rapture… where born again folks get sucked out of their clothes…will be battling the  people who believe in the Angel Moroni and a bunch of Latter Day Saints thought up by a crazy horny old guy who had to get out-of-town. 

Who will win this battle and be the nominee for REPUBLICAN PARTY nominee?     

The current consensus is that there is still hope that God will send down a tornado that will destroy the building where the next GOP debate will take place killing all the current hopefuls.

This would be paving the way for a more moderate Republican to run against Obama..unfortunately that option no longer exhists…so its’ just gonna have to be Joe the Plumber.

^^^ We have nothing against Christians who don’t carry their religion into politics ..millions of good people who believe in their God …

But church and state should be like oil and water…something that just doesn’t mix…Like Fox News and the Truth …or Chris Christie and “Weight Watchers!”   


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  1. I have posted an enhanced transcript of the September 7, 2011, GOP debate featuring special guest appearances by the WiseFather, God, Lord Voldemort, and a pigeon. I thought you might enjoy it. http://www.ragingwisdom.com/?p=295

    • thanks for the info bruce..stay in touch…cb

  2. [Chris, I spied this goodie on Google. Enjoy!]

    LDS a “cult”? What about the “rapture”?

    by Bruce Rockwell

    Mitt Romney, a Mormon, is “not a Christian” and Mormonism is a “cult,” according to Rev. Robert Jeffress, pastor of the Dallas (TX) First Baptist Church.
    His “cult” remark is based on his belief that the Latter Day Saints church (which didn’t exist before 1830) is outside “the mainstream of Christianity.”
    But Jeffress hypocritically promotes the popular evangelical “rapture” (theologically the “any-moment pretribulation rapture”) which is outside mainstream Christianity (Google “Pretrib Rapture Politics”) and which also didn’t exist before 1830 (Google “Pretrib Rapture Diehards” and “Pretrib Rapture Dishonesty”)!
    And there are 50 million American rapture cultists (some of whom turn Wikipedia into “Wicked-pedia” by constantly distorting the real facts about the rapture’s bizarre, 181-year-old history) compared with only 14 million LDS members.
    The most accurate documentation on pretrib rapture history that I have found is in a nonfiction book titled “The Rapture Plot” which is carried by leading online bookstores. I know also that the same 300-page work can also be borrowed through inter-library loan at any library.

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