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The Americans also defeated the greatest army in the world at that time, the British army, with a bunch of rag-tag volunteer soldiers with no shoes, few weapons and out numbered. How could that possiblyhappen??? The greatest army in the world! God interviened. Got any other explanations? He wanted the United States to exist and that is why we have God mentioned in our Declaration of Independence, God in our constitution, God mentioned before our Supreme Court presides, God on our money, prayer to him before each day that our congress conviens and the President lays his hand on the Bible and swears to God when he is sworn into the office. We have some weird human creatures slithering around but as a whole, but the people of the United States believe in the God of the Bible. Sorry, you seem to me in the minority. Oh, one more thing, 99.99% of Americans eat meat because God says it is OK to do so.

Beefsteak Bob, AnimalSuffering.com Board 29 Comments [6/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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SaneChick

The Americans defeated the British for many reasons, including the French help (which conservatives never seem to remember when they're calling the French cheese-eating surrender monkeys) and the real difficulty in the 18th century of projecting military might across a body of water as large as the Atlantic.

God didn't intervene. God isn't in our constitution. God wasn't on our money back then, and if we ever have a non-Christian president, s/he won't be required to take the oath of office on the bible.

I eat meat, but I do so because it tastes good. God has nothing to do with it.

12/1/2006 1:42:26 AM

[url=http://www.amon-hen.com]rlrr[/url]

God interviened.

Actually it was the French (and others).

12/1/2006 2:35:47 AM

AriseNow

How could that possiblyhappen???

In the best possible Dubya impression:
\"Well, actually, he forgot France.\"

12/1/2006 2:37:19 AM

MILF-chan

Well, there were a variety of causes which allowed the colonials to overthrow the rightful rule of the monarchy, not least of which was their inhuman strength gained from their pacts with the devil.

12/1/2006 2:44:54 AM

Pix

The Declaration of Independence has all the force of law of a paper grocery sack. The word \"God\" appears nowhere in the Constitution. The rest fall under the rubric of ceremonial deism - they do not (necessarily) refer to the Christian God(TM).

Oh, and not all of us eat meat because God says it's okay. Some of us eat meat because it's yummy.

12/1/2006 2:51:16 AM

Timon

Vietnam also defeated the greatest army in the world at that time, the US army, with a bunch of rag-tag volunteer soldiers with no shoes, few weapons and out numbered. How could that possiblyhappen??? The greatest army in the world! Uh, Buddha intervened?

2/28/2009 9:10:00 PM

szaleniec

"The Americans also defeated the greatest army in the world at that time, the British army, with a bunch of rag-tag volunteer soldiers with no shoes, few weapons and out numbered. How could that possiblyhappen???"

Because the revolutionary army was far better trained and equipped than popular culture would have us believe, because they knew the territory better than the British army, and because the French helped out.

2/28/2009 9:12:58 PM

a mind far far away

You give your god too much credit. He isn't responsible for any of those things, or anything else your mind can conceive him being responsible of. And by the way, learn how to fucking spell.

2/28/2009 9:19:18 PM



You forgot to mention the french.

2/28/2009 9:44:09 PM

zephyrsonstarfish

I hate you, Bob.

10/3/2009 8:27:24 PM

Happycheeze

Didn't the Americans also use guerilla tactics?

10/3/2009 10:10:43 PM

Clown

Non sequitur army! Run everybody, they are going to get us! Even our strawmans and logical blocks won't be able to help us against those forces!

10/4/2009 2:00:16 AM

Moondog

The French intervened, because they didn't like the British on religious grounds. The Hessians helped the British, for the same reasons. Mostly, we were fighting on our own soil, and didn't have to transport troops and supplies across the Atlantic.

10/4/2009 6:06:37 AM

Caustic Gnostic

Yes, the French helped a great deal.

Baron von Steuben also contributed, by introducing formal military discipline to the Continental Army. von Steuben also had teh ghey, but that's OK.

But we can give the Freemason leadership more credit than god for persisting.

The reason we can all eat meat is because in general, we are smarter than our food. There are some among us though, who couldn't outwit a pumpkin....

10/4/2009 9:26:36 AM

JDC1

We all know the French helped us.
So did some American Indian tribes.
Also,
The Spanish didn't allow the Brits
to have passage through their areas
claimed for Spain.
That's one of reasons why the Brits
never did a very good job of invading
the colonies from the south.

10/4/2009 10:08:45 AM

Lizuka

France is God?

10/5/2010 4:08:34 PM

beehummingbird

"Oh, one more thing, 99.99% of Americans eat meat because God says it is OK to do so."

So, would that mean that 99.99% of Americans don't have the common sense to eat when they are hungry, unless God tells them to?


10/5/2010 5:08:14 PM

Gore

You f'king fundies have no concept of Divine Intervention. You wanna see what a nation that is clearly and unambiguously backed by an omnipotent being capable of bending reality? I can show you with a little game called Total War. We're talking pennies from heaven (money cheat), divine foresight (save/reload), and battlefield intervention (talk about taking an entire fortress with one guy and a pocket full of miracles).

Dumbass.

10/5/2010 6:50:06 PM

Gore

You f'king fundies have no concept of Divine Intervention. You wanna see what a nation that is clearly and unambiguously backed by an omnipotent being capable of bending reality? I can show you with a little game called Total War. We're talking pennies from heaven (money cheat), divine foresight (save/reload), and battlefield intervention (talk about taking an entire fortress with one guy and a pocket full of miracles).

Dumbass.

10/5/2010 10:00:33 PM



Oh, one more thing, 99.99% of Americans eat meat because God says it is OK to do so.

I wouldn't care much even if it was true, since 100% Americans feed upon human suffering all across the planet anyway. Doesn't really matter to the rest of us earthlings if, as a republican you take pride in that fact or as a democrat you live in it's denial.

10/5/2010 10:17:59 PM

ChrisInManc

'Oh, one more thing, 99.99% of Americans eat meat because God says it is OK to do so.'

Mmm, I'd imagine it's more like 99.99% of people who choose to eat meat do so because we've evolved as omnivores...

10/5/2010 11:46:26 PM



"God interviened."
The French are god?

10/21/2010 1:45:33 PM

Elia

I don't remember your god giving me dietary advice. I suppose you also think the native tribes who helped defeat the British were angels? Get yer head outta your ass and read some history books.

10/21/2010 3:36:38 PM



Then why did god make meat so full of fat and cholesterol?

10/22/2010 4:21:23 PM

Eggmayonaise

A big reason the rebels beat the british was guerilla tactics, not gawd or jeebus.

12/12/2010 10:43:15 AM
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