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What Would Jesus Do? Promote Liberal Policy, Using a Child at a Funeral, Natch!

August 29, 2009

I debated posting this video, because it is a child. If I had found a transcript, I would have used it instead.  But, I’m hoping people will be mindful, even if his parents weren’t, that it is a child, mourning for his Grandpa. The fact that he is being exploited to spout policy promotion that he likely doesn’t even understand is on the Adults, not on him.

I post it only to show the hypocrisy and the gross opportunism prevalent on the left and on vile display during this entire week filled with nauseating Kennedy hagiography.

What Would Jesus Do? We are to believe that he would wink away negligent homicide in favor of Obamacare, evidently. Homicide? No big whoop; the REAL danger is tonsil poaching and feet pilfering by evil profiteering doctors. Profits are the true sin, you know.

I know I’m a somewhat lapsed Presbyterian, but I must have totally missed the part in Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount when he said “Give us this day our Government Run Health Care”.  I also don’t recall Jesus ever saying “Tithing to charity? Meh. Thou Shall Giveth it all to The Government”.  I probably subconsciously squelched it, as I am an evil Conservative and, as such, clearly must hate children and poor people and want them to get sick.

The funeral procession later went on to the Capitol Building where it was to stop once again for a prayer. I think it went something like this “Blessed are those who will pass Cap and Trade. And Obama said, Let there be more expensive, unaffordable Light”.

Funny, the Left is constantly mocking many on the Right for their faith. What’s worse? Being honestly faithful (or “bitter clingers holding onto to their bibles” as Obama prefers to refer to those of Faith) or USING faith and invoking Jesus’ name, claiming to know what POLICY Jesus would favor, when it’s convenient to you?

Worse, the staggering hypocrisy when it comes to children. Sarah Palin had her children on stage with her at the convention. They came up to congratulate their Mommy. She picked up her baby and held him because she loves him and she is proud of him. This was called “pimping” her children, exploiting them, using them. How dare she? Satan!

But having a MOURNING CHILD pray tearfully for policy, for Obamacare … at a funeral .. that’s appropriate and something “private”.  I’m sure we on the Right will be eviscerated for even pointing it out. Like Chappaquiddick, we aren’t supposed to notice. It doesn’t fit the narrative.  Or if we do notice, we are supposed to think it is all worth it; that the ends justify the means.

The entire funeral was used as an Obamacare rally. Some sacred moment. Some faith.

Dear Left: Since you are apparently now big on Jesus, you may want to study up on something he actually *DID* say:

Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

Luckily, we bitter clingers DO know that passage. And we know wolves when we see them (and not the aerial-hunting kind).

Amen.

Must read take over at Hot Air as well

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17 Comments leave one →
  1. August 29, 2009 7:30 pm

    I used to bristle at religious zeal… I admit, I occasionally still do… But the weight of hypocrisy and bullshit that the left espouses is so far beyond the mere zeal of one’s faith in that which is unknown…It is a sickening pragmatic attempt at using whatever works, whenever it might work, at anyone’s expense, for the greater good that is as of yet defined….

    As a former leftist, and a damned good one for a time I might add… I would suggest to everyone of you left-wingers masquerading in independent clothing:

    Look to the fellow left-winger on your left, and look to the fellow left-winger on your right… and… if you are ever curious about who will be your Brutus…

    You just saw them…

    • snarkandboobs permalink*
      August 29, 2009 9:20 pm

      But the weight of hypocrisy and bullshit that the left espouses is so far beyond the mere zeal of one’s faith in that which is unknown…It is a sickening pragmatic attempt at using whatever works, whenever it might work, at anyone’s expense, for the greater good that is as of yet defined….

      That’s exactly how I feel.

      And the Brutus analogy? Perfect.

  2. August 29, 2009 8:58 pm

    Oh good grief.. NOTHING seems out of bounds for the Left, the Far Left, and the Outhouse Rat Insane Left.

    If the Dems pass ObamaCare, it will literally be the beginning of the end for their party’s dominance for the next several generations. And I won’t mourn their loss of power.

    • snarkandboobs permalink*
      August 29, 2009 9:22 pm

      Seriously… nothing seems to be out of bounds for them. And they aren’t even attempting to hide it any longer. Which is great, in a way; I think they are far too confident and their masks are slipping. I just hope everyone else finally sees beneath the masks.

  3. ndfarmgirl77 permalink
    August 29, 2009 11:07 pm

    Amen Sista friend!! I had to turn away after the kid prayed for Obamacare. Here I thought that the re-naming of the bill to the “Edward Kennedy Healthcare Reform Act of 2009″ was sad….using a grieving child is about as low as you can get. THANK YOU for the Bible verse! Really hits it home!

  4. Waincroft permalink
    August 30, 2009 12:28 pm

    And it just got worse! At the burial, the priest read from Kennedy’s self-congratulatory letter to the Pope which rambled on about how he was dedicated to getting health care for all Americans. Read it and the Pope’s response at http://www.jillstanek.com/archives/2009/08/ted_kennedys_le.html

  5. FeFe permalink
    August 30, 2009 12:50 pm

    Could you expect nothing less from a group who want to create a society of people who overlook morals, like, you know? I expect the new 9/11 day of glorious service to Dear Leader will bring forth the plans for Kennedy statue to unite workers.

  6. paul permalink
    August 30, 2009 9:41 pm

    It took me 40 years to finally understand what the “Kennedy curse” actually is … This week it hit me right between the eyes. The Kennedy curse is not some strange cloud of disfavor hovering over the Kennedy family. The Kennedy Curse is the curse of bubonic proportions that America bares for putting up with these wretched misfits and charlatans.

  7. August 31, 2009 1:53 pm

    This is nothing new, although it is rather more disquieting than usual. Liberal child abuse has been growing rampant in the past few years: this poor kid; the little girl at Obama’s NH town hall; Graeme Frost, the S-CHIP kid, and on and on.

  8. reiuxcat permalink
    September 1, 2009 7:39 am

    The left have become a character of the hypocritical and arrogant Pharisees and Sadduccess of Jesus’ time as they push their religion of secularism.

  9. cougat permalink
    September 1, 2009 8:35 am

    Dear Ms snarkandboobs

    Loved your thoughts on the Kennedy religious pageant! I recently posted my own take on the solemn affair at RedState under the heading “Suffer The Children…”. If you can spare the time, feel free to check it out.

    cougat

    • snarkandboobs permalink*
      September 1, 2009 12:55 pm

      Thanks! And excellent points, all.

      Cougat, I’ll check that out. Thanks again!

  10. Chrissy in Central New York permalink
    September 29, 2009 7:45 pm

    The Roman Catholic bishop of the Diocese of Sioux City, Iowa, has issued an excellent teaching on how the Catholic Church’s historical social teachings actually relate to the current health care debate. The full text is @ http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/53356.

    Important points include, “First and most important, the Church will not accept any legislation that mandates coverage, public or private, for abortion, euthanasia, or embryonic stem-cell research. … The Catholic Church does not teach that government should directly provide health care. Unlike a prudential concern like national defense, for which government monopolization is objectively good – it both limits violence overall and prevents the obvious abuses to which private armies are susceptible – health care should not be subject to federal monopolization. … Preventative care is a moral obligation of the individual to God and to his or her family and loved ones, not a right to be demanded from society. … The current House reform bill, HR 3200, does not meet [these] standards.”

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