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Pope Ratzinger would have ex-communicated Jesus!
#GOP Jesus LLC formed to create Christo-Fascist Theocracy
1. I voted Republican because you can blame problems on poor people instead of the rich ones who actually run things.
2. I voted Republican because firefighters and teachers are scum-sucking leaches, but the oil companies raking in record profits NEED those hundreds of millions in taxpayer subsidies.
3. I voted Republican because I believe companies like my cable TV provider, insurance company and credit card company could do a better job running the country than the government, no matter how much they screw me over.
4. I voted Republican because I don’t trust the government, although I favored the government spying on my health/financial records and tapping my phone when Bush was in office to keep us safe from ‘trrists.
5. I voted Republican because I don’t really care whether terrorists, murderers and drug dealers own guns or not.
6. I voted Republican because I believe climate change doesn’t exist; if I can’t see it with my own two eyes, it doesn’t exist. Like gravity.
7. I voted Republican because I hate women having abortions, but once the baby is born and dies from a preventable illness that’s okay.
8. I voted Republican because I believe in laying off workers to boost profits; then I get to complain about lazy unemployed people.
9. I voted Republican because I understand capitalism. Demand doesn’t increase jobs…ensuring corporations pay no taxes and cutting healthcare and education does.
10. I voted Republican because I care about the deficit and support cutting services that I really need. But extra tax cuts for the super rich that actually caused the deficit should be extended indefinitely.
11. I voted Republican because I believe in never having to solve any problems in the government because I insist government is the problem anyway.
12. I voted Republican because I hate activist judges, unless they are conservative (Yes, corporations should get to spend unlimited money in elections).
13. I voted Republican because spite and fear is better than hope and change.
14. I voted Republican because I agree that life begins at the moment of conception and ends at birth, and women are incapable of making their own reproductive choices.
15. I voted Republican because B. Hussein Obama is a secret Kenyan born Muslim negro far left wing extremist liberal socialist with a dark evil secret agenda to destroy America, take my guns, ammunition and freedom, and turn them all over to Islamic extremists and homosexuals who will rob, rape and murder me, my wife, my girlfriends, and my children, and force the abortion of my unborn children.
— Author unknown
The Republican War On Women.
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Santorum wants to remove government standards from classrooms but insert bishops’ tentacles in women’s wombs!
The Christian Taliban Leader of the United States of America
"I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do, because I notice it always coincides with their own desires."
— Susan B. Anthony, Women’s Rights Activist, Suffragist
Where Are The Women?
“The photo of the all male birth control witness panel tells the story that today’s GOP do not value women’s religious freedom and do not respect their consciences on such a subject.”
"So why would President Obama cave in to the non-constitutional and unpopular demands of the Catholic Klan of the Red Skull Caps — only to have the bishops reject Obama’s compromise? When did compromising with religious fascists ever get them to back down?"
— Frank O’Gorman
“At a recent campaign stop in Colorado, a young boy asked Santorum what the candidate can do to make medicine more affordable, and he was also challenged by the a mother who was worried that parents in her child’s cancer ward can’t pay for life-saving treatment. Instead of taking a pause from scripted talking points, Santorum seemed annoyed and proceeded to lecture the family about the tough spot lucrative drug companies are in these days.”
“While Catholic bishops made life miserable for Sen. John Kerry over the issue of abortion during the 2004 presidential election, so far we have not heard from any Catholic leaders challenging Mr. Santorum’s public disagreement with his Church on immigration reform, government programs that protect the most vulnerable, racial justice or his blind faith in free markets. Perhaps Santorum’s latest knife to the back of compassionate conservatism will wake up some religious leaders.” — John Gehring
Beautiful work!! Thanks so much for posting.
So I have recently gotten a job at the Daily Texan in the comics department. I am currently a Stand By (filler work), but I am excited nonetheless.
Here’s my first comic “Occupy Nazareth” (inspired by the recent eviction of Occupy Austin) in color~