Tag Archives: theft

dictator love: a clear pattern

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Our cowardly, whore mongering pig of a president is a bully and a wannabe dictator. He considers himself above the law and has absolutely no respect for our Constitution or the democratic principles of our country. He demonstrates this in everything he says and in all his actions.

Why do the Republicans in the House and Senate still protect him? Their inexplicable support for this lying pig makes them complicit in his crimes and his traitorous activities.

the begging Jesus

"Jesus Panhandling" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

When the church has been stolen by the religious right it is no longer the place of love that Jesus created. If you feel stolen is too strong a word, I will settle for co-opted.

Many who Jesus died for, and loves the most, are being mocked, excluded, vilified, and intentionally made to feel unwanted and unwelcome. This has to break God’s heart.

When the least of these are not welcome, Jesus is being excluded as well. When we close our doors to them, we close our door to God.

The gulf between the poor (the marginalized, the hungry, the stranger, the immigrant, those who are different than us in any way) and us is actually the gulf between us and God. It’s time to help Jesus get His church back.  It’s supposed to be a place of love and acceptance, not a place of hate.

M. A. G. A.

The only thing more confusing than how the #BLOTUS got into office is how he stays there. Is there no limit to the blind allegiance the GOP base will offer this family? Maybe he did actually tell the truth (once) when he bragged about being able to shoot down someone in broad daylight and still have the support of his base.

a good definition of theft

Amassing wealth is morally indefensible in a world where poverty and hunger still stalks millions. Why do we still respect and look up to those who flaunt their wealth with lavish lifestyles when sharing that wealth could be saving countless lives?

Justice in today’s world means sharing with those in need, caring for those suffering, and living as a global family. Amassing wealth is just the opposite.

it’s called business

Mark Twain raises  some interesting points. Do those with wealth truly rob the poor? How does this theft happen?

Do the poor actually fight back? And if so, how to they strike back against the rich?

Assuming Twain is correct, why does a moral society allow this all to take place?