It's really too bad that when Christine O'Donnell...

It's really too bad that when Christine O'Donnell and other God-believing nuts die, that they won’t finally get realize that there is no God, heaven, or afterlife.


I mean it's one thing for them to have their own private personal convictions, but when they start bringing their self-righteous views into the public square, that‘s when I get irritated.


I really wish that they could see after they die that all their God talk was a waste of time; that they would have been better off learning how to have compassion for other people rather than judging others and pushing phony religious ideology to run for political office.


And besides, if she’s all god-fearing, no sex before marriage, blah, blah, blah, what the hell is she doing running for office? Shouldn’t she be already married, barefoot, pregnant and waiting for her god-fearing to get home? Next thing you know she’ll be telling us that she had an immaculate conception when in truth it’s revealed that she’s been all this time getting it on with some long-time secret lover.


Okay, glad I got that off chest. No more watching Christine O’Donnell news clips. She’s a boring waste of time.

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Comment by ThinkPlease on October 1, 2010 at 2:32am
1 Timothy 2:12 But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.
Comment by Eoganacht on October 1, 2010 at 2:44am
@ thinkplease. What kind of comment is that? There are probably women in the world that could outshine you in any field of science that you could care to name. There are women teachers teaching kids; todays economy would not work effectively if women could not take teaching roles or improve thier careers. Quoting bible passages written by men hundreds of years ago is not a vaild method of making an arguement.
Comment by ThinkPlease on October 1, 2010 at 5:02am
@Eoganachta Mor - I do not agree with this verse, or it's message, did I say I did? My point, which I assumed was self explanatory, was that Christine O'Donnell pushes the literal interpretation of the entire bible. She's a creationist, yet she chooses to ignores this passage.

You should really ask people to explain their posts before you "go off on one".
Comment by Eoganacht on October 1, 2010 at 5:33am
sorry ThinkPlease. I did over react and assumed that that post defined your stance. In my defense it did not appear satirical and I assumed that it was not so. I now realize that you were using satire and I apologize for my rash actions.
Comment by ThinkPlease on October 1, 2010 at 5:44am
No need to apologize, we are all friends here :-)

In future I will be a little less vague, I was in "twitter mode", forgot I had some characters to spare lol
Comment by Eoganacht on October 1, 2010 at 5:53am
Thanks. I did rant a little and talk down a bit there.
Comment by Gaytor on October 1, 2010 at 9:49am
I have a feeling that her being "chaste" has a lot to do with her being single. Talk about a disqualifier while dating! She's ambitious, check. Good conversationalist, check with a wacky mark. Attractive, check. Fundamentalist in her religion, check for only 25%. Chaste.... until marriage? Oh Good Lord no!
Comment by Malcolm on October 1, 2010 at 9:49am
@ThinkPlease,
For what it's worth, your satire was pretty obvious to me.

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