Is This The Dole God??

(10 am. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

On a visit over to VetVoice in an open thread there was a reply with this link that you should visit, which had this photo:


We are going to intercede at the site of the statue of the bull on Wall Street to ask God to begin a shift from the bull and bear markets to what we feel will be the ‘Lion’s Market,’ or God’s control over the economic systems. While we do not have the full revelation of all this will entail, we do know that without intercession, economies will crumble.

I say above you should visit because this blogger adds this:

Just a clue: there’s this book called “the bible” that these people claim to follow, but I suspect they’ve never actually read it, or they might have seen Exodus 32.

And than some of the Bible Verses  that might refresh some minds, certainly not these folks, they threw out what they didn’t like long ago, same with their preachers.

Thing is the blogger uses ‘Charlton Heston’ in the subject title, I would think ‘Jim Jones’ would fit better.

Now looking at the post time and date apparently this happened on the 29th, just the other day, wonder why I didn’t see this Outpouring of these Faithful? on the News, hmmmm.

I followed a link in the above bloggers post and that led me to another blog post, with even more photo’s.

yesterday of a bunch of Christian nuts praying over a false bronze idol, the Wall Street Bull (or Bowling Green Bull for you dandies out there), asking God to nationalize the economy under the state of heaven

And ‘surprise’ a Video of the Prayer Vigil:

Jesus People Sing to False Idol to Save God’s Economy

People the rapid evolution of the Human has rather quickly been sped up, Backward, I’m afraid and does anyone, religious or not, think that God Blesses This Country and defiantly not Any Other, just look around you!

This may bring back a memory for some:

Again I ask, “Liddy Dole is this the God you’re so upset that you accuse Kay Hagan of not worshiping?”, for we here in North Carolina, where the folks you represent live, haven’t seen you much since getting hired. Nor have we witnessed much of what you claim you’ve done for the state. And I certainly don’t get much in response, almost zip, to anything I send you, and it seems you’re training our jr senator as well in that art, hardly get a thing from him neither.

What were your intentions when asking for the job? Were they to go to Washington and join the ranks of your religious?? breathern worshiping the ‘Golden Bull’ of Wall Street as these faithful? christian? believers? are doing?

Just askin!!

Oh and before I sign off, could you do us all a big favor?

Could you ask Sarah, you know the one picked to run for the Vice President position, under the political party you all claim to believe in also, if she worships the God of the Bible or the Golden Wall Street Bull as well!

From the reports about her and her church it does leave a growing question mark, especially with all the recent reports of her spending habits, spending not her money but the people’s money, those she’s hired to represent!

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    • Edger on October 31, 2008 at 3:05 pm

    Heh! Great essay, Jim! Gawd will try to git you fer this. 🙂

  1. I personally think we need to get back to the Lakshmi economy model on Wall Street. Kamasutra shampoos and bhang for everyone! Yeah! I’m just wild about saffron…

    OK, OK, I’m going to be like this for a while until the sugar high from the halloween candy wears off.

  2. …flabbergasted, astounded, surprised (in a “they’ve got to be insane” type of way)–was my reaction, when I first saw that picture of those Faux “Christians” laying their hands on a golden bull.  

    What’s next?  Kneeling at the feet of a “graven image” of St. Ronnie, during a marathon prayer vigil where they offer up prayers to Ronnie for a St. McCain victory?  

    Sigh…there are none so blind as they who will not see.  The word “Smite” keeps running through my head for some reason…

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