A mute God the Father listens patiently as Jesus the Son goes on about his morphing iPhone app, censored by the Apple Corporation for being “offensive.”
Here’s a hint, folks: Jesus was offensive to many people. And to say there’s a little bit of Jesus in you and me is blasphemy? Say it isn’t so, Apple. Actually, never mind, Apple, don’t say anything. It might “offend” someone.
Here’s a progressive political action during the Inauguration of Barack Obama for people who support the return to constitutional governance:
OATH OF OFFICE DEMONSTRATION
Pro-Constitution Demonstration in DC
Outside the Department of Justice
South Side of Pennsylvania Avenue, West of 9th St.
on the Inauguration Parade Route for President Barack Obama
Date: January 20, 2009 (during the Inaugural Parade)
Support the Constitution by exercising it! Exercise your First Amendment freedom to assemble and petition the government for a redress of grievance. Ask President Barack Obama to keep his Oath of Office to “Preserve, Protect and Defend the Constitution of the United States.”
Demonstration web page:
With the passage of the FISA Amendments Act, the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution isn’t binding anymore. It’s just a suggestion to be followed when doing so is convenient, a suggestion to be ignored when doing so is convenient. George W. Bush and the Republicans in Congress and too many Democrats in Congress have finally reduced the stature of the 4th Amendment to the point that it really is, as George W. Bush once said, “just a piece of paper.”
Well, if it’s just a piece of paper, why don’t we just go ahead and burn it?
That is, if we can even get a little bit of a light any more.
Three reasons to oppose expanded offshore drilling for oil along America’s coastlines:
1. Offshore drilling will not bring down gasoline prices significantly or soon enough to deal with the current crisis.
2. Offshore drilling threatens America’s coastal waters that are already suffering from an oceans-wide ecological crisis.
3. Offshore oil rigs are extremely vulnerable to hurricanes, such as Hurricane Katrina, which completely destroyed more than 110 oil rigs.