Invisible Sky Daddy is the platform

“According to our Forefathers, God is the platform”

Yeah, so much so that they wrote an amendment specifically mentioning the fact that the government was not in the business of endorsing any religion, or forcing someone to pass a religious test to enter office. It was also the first fucking thing they wrote, but I’m sure a failed TV actor has a much better understanding of how they felt than historians, or the Founding Fathers themselves. So when James Madison said

“Ecclesiastical establishments tend to great ignorance and corruption, all of which facilitate the execution of mischievous projects”.

What he really meant to say was:

” Jesus is Lord, and can we please put him on the ballot or something”.

Man, making up facts is fun! I don’t even need to put references to my material, since that’s just east-coast elitist claptrap.

You’re right about one thing, Kirk. The Founding Fathers would be appalled, just not for the reasons you think.

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    How would the baby jesus vote in the house if he gets on the ballot and then elected? He’s long gone, dead, decomposed, worm food. Even if one was to believe on the resurrection nonsnsense, he’s still gone and unable to vote. Surely it would be better to support someone able to participate in the business of government than a fictional magic jew that probably did no more than wander the middle east in sandals (or thongs) uttering platitudes.

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