The Jesus License Plate

Discussion in 'Religion and Spirituality' started by OPTIONAL777, Apr 28, 2009.

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  3. If We're Gonna Put Jesus on a License Plate, Can He At Least Look Happy to Be There?

    By Kyle Munzenrieder in Politicks
    Tuesday, Apr. 28 2009 @ 10:48AM

    That was the image Sen. Gary Siplin (D-Orlando) wanted to see on a proposed license plate. Needless to say, it caused a bit of controversy, so now he's rethinking the image and might replace it with a pic representing the Holy Trinity. But what about the Unitarian Christians? Where is their license plate?

    Jesus was a nice enough dude that he probably deserves his own license plate, but the really heavy religious imagery being proposed is a tad much. Siplin should rethink the whole thing and go with a happier J.C.

    Because, you know, the best way to worship Jesus is to commoditize him, slap his image on all sorts of stuff, make people feel like if they don't scream their love for him from their bumpers they're not real Christians, and try to make money from his image.

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    Somebody should petition for a Larry Flynt plate.
  6. How long would someone last with an Osama Bin Laden license plate...

    It is pretty pathetic actually, because the states need the revenue from vanity plates (or Jesus plates) but it reminds me of the level of commercialism we see at the Federal Express Orange Bowl, etc.

    How long before we see Jesus patches on the NASCAR drivers?