Complete and Utter Cluelessness

I think Obama was right in trying to focus attention recently on the fact that the teabaggers stand for nothing but being against stuff — particularly if it is perceived to be HIS stuff.  It would be hugely entertaining to see one of them actually engage in a debate with an informed person, (that is, not a Fox News correspondent) on actual issues, and being required to provide actual, possible solutions.

After viewing the antics of the latest Crazy Lady, Christine O’Donnell, I’ll wager any such debate would be very, very short.  To wit: her remarks about “witchcraft.”  That is to say, “no wit.”  This chick hasn’t got a friggin’ clue.

Those who know, know this: witchcraft and satanism aren’t the same thing.  For starters, most witches aren’t Christian (some are, but that’s another matter).  All satanists are Christians whether they like it or not.  Reason?  Satan is a creation of the Christian church; Satan does not exist outside of Christian (and apparently Muslim) mythology.  Yes there are dark deities in other religions, but Satan is peculiar to the latter-day “people of the book.”

Come to think of it, one could argue that the entire concept of a “witch” is a Christian creation.  But that’s for another post, later.

Most satanists I have met are kids who are doing it to piss off their parents.  Oh yeah, there is a serious cult that involves actual adults (such as they are) but finding members of that cult isn’t an easy matter.

Yes, there is such a thing as “dark witchcraft,” but it rarely gets as bad as, say, shooting someone to death because they work in an abortion clinic.  Reason?  Well, most witches follow the maxim that you get back what you give out, sometimes three times over.  This is enough to stop them from being nasty.

And so we have this stupid bitch flapping her jaw about something she obviously knows nothing about.  And that’s just the surface of the deep well of stuff she obviously knows nothing about.  Unfortunately, somewhere in that well is a also a concept called “government.”

When you think about it, it’s very, very frightening.  What’s even more frightening, however, is that the teabaggers aren’t thinking at all, and they are being rewarded for it.

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