Biden’s State of the Union Claims that Contradict Christianity

“We are a good people, the only nation in the world built on an idea.
That all of us, every one of us, is created equal in the image of God.”

Joe ‘Bite-Me’ Biden

2023 SOTU Address

1.) The Scripture teaches that there is none who are righteous. Christianity has always taught the idea of man’s sin nature and the truth of original sin. Biden’s speech stands in direct contradiction to Christianity 101. We are not a good people. We are a people who have a fallen sin nature who must be redeemed before we can even begin to pursue goodness.

2.) Note the pushing of the idea that the USA is a propositional nations. America, as founded, was never intended to be a nation built on an idea. That idea that we are a nation built on an idea came with the rule of the tyrant Abraham Lincoln who famously, but errantly said that this nation was “dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” This idea of a propositional nation was when Lincoln seared it into America’s consciousness in 1863 with the Gettysburg address and it is still a lie when Joe Bite-Me repeats it in 2023. America, as the Constitution states formed a nation for white Europeans and their descendants. America was originally formed as a White Christian Nation.

3.) It is true that we are all created in the image of God. It is decidedly not true that we are all created equal in the image of God. It is clear and obvious that all men do not have the same abilities, capacities, giftedness, and talents. Men have never been created equal in the image of God. Men have been and continue to be created diverse in the image of God. So, from the Christian understanding all men are equal inasmuch as they are made of the same dirt, all men are equal inasmuch as they are all equally responsible before God’s law, all men are equal inasmuch as they are all equally dead in their sins and trespasses but all men are not equal inasmuch as they are all the same or will all realize the same potential if they are all given equal opportunity. This idea is nothing but long established and now accepted Liberal gobbledygook.

A Slight Revising of Vs. 3 of “O Holy Night”

The 3rd verse in “O Holy Night” sucks. The whole thing was written as a poem first by someone who eventually became socialist (Frenchman Placide Cappeau) and was then translated from the French and promoted here in the states initially by a Unitarian/Transcendentalist Yankee Minister (John Sullivan Dwight). Dwight’s socialist credentials were seen in his close work with the Brook Farm Commune before it folded in 1847.

The French Catholic Church, once learning the egalitarian roots of the song quit singing the song in their churches. However, Dwight believed the song fit his times with the issue of slavery having gained the ascendency among the Jacobins in Northern churches. Dwight translated the song from the French in 1855 when Yankee sentiments against the South was moving towards a crescendo.

The egalitarian lines that are offensive to the ears of Biblical Christians are found in the 3rd verse;

“Truly He taught us to love one another;
His law is love and His Gospel is Peace
Chains shall He break, for the slave is our brother
And in His name, all oppression shall cease”

You can just hear Yankee Churches in the Transcendentalist North belting out this song during each Christmas season of the war, being warmed in their smug self-righteousness that they were doing a good thing by supporting the Yankee war effort to maim, rape, torture and kill the South.

This verse wraps all the devilry of the North in God approving and glorifying song. As such we hates it.

We would note that the slave can be our brother without his being oppressed by his slavery. The Scripture repeatedly teaches that slavery is Biblical. Second, though it is true that “In his name, all oppression shall cease,” it is not true that slavery is automatically oppression. There are times it might be. But it has not always been so. Certainly, slavery was not automatically oppression in the ante-bellum South as the slave exit interviews done in the 1930s unmistakably reveal.

However there is no reason to lose this song. It is not as thoroughly bad as the Battle Hymn of the Republic. It can be salvaged and remain a Church hymn. We just need to change a few words so that we can sing it once again during our current Christmas season.

Truly He taught us to love one another;
His law is love and His Gospel is Peace
Chains shall He break, for our state is Oppressor
And in His name, that oppression shall cease 

Biden Belongs to the Hypocrite Party

“We the people must decide whether the rule of law will prevail or whether we will allow the dark forces and thirst for power put ahead of the principles that have long guided us.”

Joe Bite-Me
Pervert in Chief
Democracy is in Danger Speech

1.) Rule of law? — Where was the rule of law when James Comey, Peter Strozk, John Brennan, and James Clapper went after the Commander in Chief by means of fake dossiers?

2.) Rule of law? — Where is the rule of law for those who remain in US prisons who have not yet been given due process when arrested for “crimes” committed on January 06?

3.) Rule of law? — Wouldn’t the rule of law find Ray Epps arrested and charged with crimes?

4.) Rule of law? — Where was the rule of law for the FBI’s search of Mar Lago? For the midnight raids on Paul Manfort, Roger Stone and other Trump supporters?

5.) Rule of law? — Where is the rule of law when the Dept. of Homeland security has Americans who disagree with the official narrative under illegal surveillance?

6.) Rule of law? — Where is the rule of law for the murderer of Ashli Babbit.

7.) Rule of law? — Where was the rule of law during the George Floyd riots?

8.) Rule of law? — Can you say Hunter Biden’s laptop?

9.) Rule of law? — Where was the rule of law when Hillary and Obama were exchanging illegal email on Hillary’s illegal server?

Biden and the DEMS invoke the rule of law when it is convenient but, as politicians typically do they neglect to invoke the rule of law when it is not convenient.

The Tom Barrett & Mike Pence Apple Orchard Rally

My wife and I were visiting the local cider mill yesterday when it was quickly obvious that preparations were underway for a political rally for the Republican Congressional candidate in Michigan’s new 7th US Congressional House district. After a few inquiries I learned that the Republican Barrett would be joined by former traitorous Vice President Mike Pence.

The rally was clearly intended to be a small venue of only a handful of supporters. It looked to be more photo-op than rally. After rushing Jane home, I returned to a crowd of maybe 200 people.

A few impressions. I was impressed with how lax the security was for this event. Given the crazy affairs that election cycles have become combined with the recent Paul Pelosi incident I estimated that security for these kinds of events would be over the top. Not so for Barrett and Pence. No security check-points. No ubiquitous security people roaming around. Frankly, if someone had showed up with ill intent they would have had few barriers.

It is interesting to me that the politicians, the journalists, and the advance people all have the same oily used car salesman look and feel about them. With a few exceptions they all dress the same way, are manicured the same way and have that same “we are superior to the little people” lean about them. You can spot them blindfolded. They were in the back nattering around their camera set up with their little “I am a journalist” name-tags around their necks.  To think this was just the local media and advance people. I shutter to think what it must be like to be around National media, political aides, and politicians with any regularity. Of course, the reader will realize how bias I am against what I count to be perhaps the greatest group of liars and malefactors that walk the glob. I suppose it is possible that only those incarcerated or maybe clergy who may outstrip the journalist/politician/political aides class of people in terms of the oily used-car salesman feel.

The rally was supposed to start at 2:30pm but of course important people always run late. I suppose we should be thankful that Pence deigned to only make us wait in the rain for an hour.

While waiting they pumped out the music — most of it Boomer rock-n-roll. (You know … Warren Zevon, Led Zepplen, Steve Miller Band, The Spinners, etc.) I was enjoying the music until I realize that this music had probably been poll-tested as to how it gins up the people to get them excited for the candidates. The thought of being manipulated like that made me determined not to enjoy the music I would otherwise have enjoyed.

The photo op included setting up a kind of flatbed trailer that the candidates could stand on to speak to the sparse crowd of groupies. On the trailer they positioned mostly children but also some Moms, elderly, and veterans as well. (The vets were wearing their little ballcaps that work to self-identify the wearer as a vet.) Of course all of this was for the cameras. One funny incident was that the lead advance lady for the politicians was cajoling another advance guy to stay up on the trailer when the candidate came. He would then become part of the photo op background. What was funny is that advance guy that the  lead advance lady was trying to position on that trailer was black. I thought to myself … “yeah, lady, we all know why you want the black guy in the otherwise sea of white faces for your photo op.” Every white Republican likes to have a token he can point to. In the end the black chap did not end up being on the trailer when the candidates showed up but it wasn’t for lack of effort on the part of the main advance lady.

After a bit of rain it cleared off. Pence showed up and the show got rolling.
They trotted out some former speaker of the Michigan house to warm the crowd up. He was unimpressive. Clearly, just a cheerleader. Following that they made a point to introduce the host of the event who being a Roman Catholic opened in prayer to a God I do not know. Following the prayer, being good Republicans, they turned around and with hands over hearts, and full of midwestern sincerity they belted out the pledge of allegiance. Murican bears always feel better about themselves after saying the pledge of allegiance. Now, as the pledge of allegiance is against my religious scruples I don’t do the hand over heart swearing fealty to this pagan country thing. After all I don’t believe that this country was ever intended to be indivisible, and I  most assuredly don’t believe that this country has liberty and justice for all (indeed it is hard not to crack up laughing at that line) and this country is most certainly not under the God I serve unless they mean that the country is under God’s judgment. My refusal to go all “pledge of allegiance” earned me a few stares from the people around me. It’s ok … I’m stare-proof.

Following these preliminaries, Tom Barrett was introduced. Tom strikes me as an affable guy. I’ve met him only briefly a couple times in the past. I’m sure that Tom is well-intentioned, and I’m sure that he thinks he is doing his bit for God and country. I do wonder if Tom realizes how the party system works in Washington in terms of party discipline in the House and how it is that the vote is whipped so that individuals with convictions don’t often get to stick with their convictions.  Anyway, Tom told us some interesting tidbits;

1.) Lansing Michigan is the 9th most criminally violent city in America

2.) This congressional race that he is in vs. his Democratic opponent has become the most expensive congressional race in America.

This suggests to me that Barrett’s opponent is being groomed for bigger and better things in Washington. Why else would DEMS pour the kind of money they are pouring into this relatively obscure congressional district unless they had a plan for their girl here?

3.) The Republican Liz Cheney actually came to town to campaign for Barrett’s opponent.

In doing so Liz Cheney is becoming a caricature of herself. She is become the female version of Harold Stassen. The Republican Liz’s campaigning for the DEM candidate suggests that Liz considers Tom Barrett to be a “election denier” (insert sound of loud cackling laughter) since Liz has made it clear that she was going to campaign against Republican “election deniers” (insert sound of loud cackling laughter).

The one thing that gave me hope regarding Barrett is that he communicated that he is opposed to sending US troops to fight in every conflict that pops up on the screen. On this issue, Barrett echoes the sentiments of Trump when Trump was in office. Many if not most Republicans are full of war fury wanting to aide and assist the Military-Industrial complex by sending American soldiers to die in far away countries so they can enrich themselves through the kickbacks received from the Arms industry. Maybe Barrett understands the maxim of Maj. General Smedley Butler; “War is a Racket.”

Barrett, like Pence after him, was wrong on the Ukraine vs. Russia issue. Both politicians wanted to blame Putin instead of fixing the blame on NATO and Washington who have poked the Russian bear repeatedly with their policy. This is reason enough not to vote for Barrett or anybody who supports Ukraine. Putin is no saint but when one looks at matters from a realpolitik viewpoint it is clear that what is going on in this theater of war is that the New World Order is seeking to expand their hegemony over that part of the world. Both Barrett and Pence seem to support that.

Pence followed Barrett and provided the standard Republican stump speech for this election cycle. DEMS love crime. DEMS love inflation. DEMS love insecure borders. DEMS bad. Republicans good. Pence doesn’t bother to mention that when Republicans have had majorities they have been only marginally better. Trump/Pence spent like a drunken sailors thus stoking inflation (though granted Biden has made them look like pikers). Trump/Pence did nothing about the George Floyd riots (crime). I will grant that Trump/Pence tightened up borders but only in the context of Trump saying how he wanted more legal immigration. Pence also didn’t mention the complete flustercuck that Trump/Pence’s pushing of the unsafe and not effective Deep State Virus vaccine. But of course political campaigns are all about accentuating your opponents failures while forgetting yours.

It greatly saddens me that the best the American people can have for their magistrates are the tweedledum and tweedlestupid that are the Democrats and the Republicans. However, clearly that is what the Murican Bears want. There is not a snowballs chance in hell that Muricans would ever vote for a genuine conservative and so what we get is the choice to vote for the left side of the left or to vote for the right side of the left.

Some choice.


Correcting Presidential Historian Michael Beschloss

We could be six days away from losing our rule of law and losing the situation where we have elections we can all rely on. There’s at least a significant chance that this country could be consumed by violence all over the next week, after this election.”

Michael Beschloss
Presidential Historian

1.) We haven’t had the rule of law here in a very very long time. If we had had the rule of law in 1998 Bill Clinton would have been convicted of what he was impeached for and removed from office. Remember, everyone agreed he committed perjury.  If we had the rule of law there would have been legal consequences for Bush II lying about Weapons of Mass Destruction… Hillary Clinton would have suffered legal consequences for lying about Benghazi … Barack Obama would’ve suffered legal consequences for slandering the Cambridge police department… Jim Comey, Peter Strozk, Lisa Page, John Brennan would have suffered legal consequences for their treason in screaming “Russia, Russia, Russia.” If we had the rule of law Trump, Fauci, Birx, and countless others would be in jail for rushing poison masking as vaccine to be injected into the muscles of people.
Get your head out of your southern most aperture Beschloss and quit warning about the possible rule of law. I was a child when we lost the rule of law in this country.

2.) Elections we can all rely on?

You mean like the 1960 Kennedy vs. Nixon Presidential election?
You mean like Lyndon Johnson’s “election” to be the Democratic Candidate in the 1948 US Senate contest?

3.) Beschloss is right on one thing. The Democrats have so pissed in our election pool nobody from either side is going to trust the result of this election and this especially if the DEMS pull the “we’re going to have to stop counting because we are tired” routine. If elections are not decided until days later nobody is going to be satisfied. The DEMS created this atmosphere. Let them live with the consequences.

If this whole thing burns down around us (an outcome I would not be dissatisfied with) then let it rest at the feet of the party that was willing to cheat in order to put a guy who barely campaigned and yet received more votes than Barack Obama into office.