The Passion Of McBush

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by ZZZzzzzzzz, May 19, 2008.

  1. State GOP chair: McCain 'kind of like Jesus'

    By AARON GOULD SHEININ
    Published on: 05/17/08

    Columbus — Georgia Republican Party chairwoman Sue Everhart said Saturday that the party's presumed presidential nominee has a lot in common with Jesus Christ.

    "John McCain is kind of like Jesus Christ on the cross," Everhart said as she began the second day of the state GOP convention. "He never denounced God, either."

    Everhart was praising McCain for never denouncing the United States while he was being tortured as a prisoner of war in Vietnam.

    "I'm not trying to compare John McCain to Jesus Christ, I'm looking at the pain that was there," she said.

    http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/stories/2008/05/17/gagop_0517.html
     
  2. Interesting. So if Obama is the anti McCain, what should we call him?

    :D
     
  3. Rational, intelligent, visionary, mentally stable---everything that McCain is not...

     
  4. kut2k2

    kut2k2

    How stupid is she to make a direct comparison, and then claim she's not making a comparison? I guess you have to be that brain-damaged to be a McBushie. :p

    Btw, I recall Jesus asking why God forsook him on the cross. Not exactly a denouncement but certainly a lapse of faith, and a reason to doubt all that "I AM God" stuff. Just another example that finding contradictions in the bible is like finding sand at a beach: it's everywhere.
     
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  6. The crucifixion was a parody. Man is crucified...is the crucified Son of God. That is, the very experience of manhood, personhood...any experience of a body...is crucifixion relative to reality. That is, if the Son of God sacrificed almost everything he has, he would manifest as "man". Thus, the experience of "man" is a sacrifice! The experience of "man" begins with a belief that the Father has forsaken the Son. It is impossible the Son be forsaken, but in a moment of confusion, the Son made the world and manifested himself as "man"...guilty...to be punished. This is a hypothetical scenario in the Son's mind, given "reality", and experienced as self-torture. Ultimately, none of it is true. The world does not exist, and the Son remains in Paradise. Hence, the world is a delusional experience opposed to reality which is "Christ". So, the world is anti-Christ...anti-reality. The very seeming existence of man is for death. That is why it is said, "I was born to die". It is because of a delusional insanity that "man" comes to this world to "die". That is every man's purpose in this world...to deny reality in every way possible: by his birth, by his appearing in a body, by his death. All of these are insane expressions of the denial of reality. Reality is the Son of God, so the world is a denial of Self. Only when you "know thySelf" will you live. Self is eternal Spirit...not flesh.

    McCain was tortured at Hanoi Hilton. So yes, he is what the crucifixion was all about. Man is suffering. Man is being tortured, worldwide, daily. McCain is one isolated example. He would not be a "man" were he not suffering from a denial of his reality. In reality, he is Christ, along with everyone else who suffers in this world.
    Jesus