Quote# 34271

You know, I wish there would be a crack in the space time continuem and bring back our founding fathers and set all these people straight!! That would be awesome!! I wonder how many of our senate and house would get hung for treason, sedition? It should be public too just like it used to be!!

morninglories, Rapture Ready 63 Comments [1/30/2008 2:53:56 AM]
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thomas jefferson

sir, have you read the constitution?

1/30/2008 2:57:20 AM


Dude just stick to the crack that you smoke

1/30/2008 3:07:14 AM


Yeah, because our founding fathers were diehard christian fundies.

Or deists, for the most part.


1/30/2008 3:09:56 AM


I'd like for that to happen too. Of course, it might not end the way that you expect.

1/30/2008 3:35:12 AM

Hawker Hurricane

I'd like to see that. How many people in the white house would be hung for treason and/or incompetence?

1/30/2008 3:53:16 AM

You christian fundies would be the first to the gallows.

1/30/2008 3:59:35 AM


None of them?
Ever read the first Amendment you moron?

1/30/2008 4:00:00 AM


Calling for the hanging of elected officials could probably be considered treason in it's own right, you know.

1/30/2008 4:24:10 AM


Granted if the founding fathers did come back and feel a killing mood I'm sure our president would be the first to the gallows the way he taunts our constitution.

1/30/2008 4:44:58 AM


Back in time .... so the Canucks could torch the white house again, perhaps successfully this time? I'm sure that would make your bible thump!

I'd love to be able to show a movie of time, demonstrating the evolution of our planet.

BTW - it's spelled continuum.

1/30/2008 4:51:47 AM


I agree, that would be awesome. Not consistent use of double exclamation points awesome. More like unavoidable, jaw-dropping fundies, awesome. You see, while you've all got your noses buried in your bibles looking for how the founding fathers felt on the matter, (here's a hint, they aren't in there) we heathens have our history books all full of facts. Our books have useful answers, that aren't encrypted in some however I want to feel about them pattern. Sure, some of those answers are a bit outdated and irrelevant to current times, but we're willing to accept that, at least once they start getting close to that multi-millennial age.

any further questions?


1/30/2008 5:33:23 AM


Yes, it WOULD take a change in the laws of nature to vindicate your worldview.

1/30/2008 5:51:00 AM


Dream on, little man, dream on...

1/30/2008 7:53:05 AM

If you're able to understand XVIII century English, you'll be very disappointed.

1/30/2008 12:12:17 PM

Eric the Blue

I admit, I would love to see that...

Fundie to Thomas Jefferson: Since you helped create the United States as a Christian nation...

TJ: No, we didn't. In fact, the Treaty of Tripoli, which was negotiated while I was President, specificially says the US is NOT a Christian Nation.

Fundie: But you put "In God We Trust" on the money.

TJ: No, we didn't. That was done in the 20th Century.

Fundie: But the Pledge of Allegience says "one nation under God."

TJ: That was added in the 1950's to fight "godless communisim."

Fundie: But you wrote God into the Constitution.

TJ: No, we didn't. Take a look at the Constitution. You'll see the only reference to religion is in the first admendment that says Congress shall make no law abridging free practice of religion and a few places that say there is no religious test to vote or hold office.

Fundie: But it says "all men are endowed by their Creator."

TJ: That's the Declaration of Independence. I should know - I wrote it!

Fundie: But all the Founding Fathers were good Christians.

TJ: (laughing so hard he can't answer)

1/30/2008 3:35:28 PM


The space time continuuum is not in the Bible, therefore you shouldn't believe that it exists.

1/30/2008 6:16:47 PM


I'd give literally ANYTHING to be in the same room as these twerps when they find out their idols weren't nearly as fond of Christianity as they thought they were.

1/30/2008 6:19:34 PM


No one would be lynched, but you would be exiled.

1/30/2008 6:24:29 PM


After morninglories actually READ the Constitution.

"It would be really awesome if they hung me first!!!"


1/30/2008 6:28:51 PM


Space time continuem crack that brings back the founding fathers you say?

1/30/2008 6:28:52 PM

Tomby Stone

These people remind me of Eric Cartman, they'd rather try to devise some way to warp the space time continuum than just open a history book or read any historical document.

1/30/2008 6:32:09 PM

David D.G.

<< These people remind me of Eric Cartman, they'd rather try to devise some way to warp the space time continuum than just open a history book or read any historical document. >>

Tomby Stone: Yes, and failing that, they'll do the next best thing -- rewrite history to suit themselves, especially with such tripe as House Resolution 888.

~David D.G.

1/30/2008 7:00:30 PM

That actually would be pretty awesome. Not for the reason morninglories thinks, though.

Also, what are morning lories?

1/30/2008 7:18:03 PM


Ah hypochristians, they praise the founding fathers and bash evolution without knowing a thing about either.

George Washington would label you and your ilk hypocrites, threats to peace and hatemongerers.

1/30/2008 9:16:32 PM


#423068 - "Also, what are morning lories?"

morninglories is the RR screen name of the guy who wrote this.

If you're wondering what that means, it beats the hell out of me why he forgot an extra g in morning glory and made it plural.

1/30/2008 11:08:21 PM

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