Quote# 78798

Speaking of buffoons, I heard that the Great Obama plans on hosting a display of Chistian godlessness as he will perform a "MOMENT OF SILENCE" later this afternoon in front of the nation and world.

What? Is he afraid to mention the word "PRAYER?" Perhaps there is no equivalent non-ceremony in the religion of peace and the Grand Prevaricator will continue to pretend he is an actual Christian.

DockyWocky, Townhall 60 Comments [1/15/2011 10:39:02 AM]
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inclusiveness?!? HOW UNCHRISTIAN

1/15/2011 10:49:42 AM


It's called that to include everyone on the moment of silence. Some of us still want to show respect but we don't pray.
Mind you, what would a retard like you know about showing respect?

1/15/2011 10:49:48 AM


Somebody should create a device that zaps every motherfucker who spews stupid shit like this.

1/15/2011 10:58:25 AM


I am an atheist. I don't pray to imaginary deities because it's silly and embarrassing.

Clear, Docky?

1/15/2011 11:10:09 AM

All religions have a moment of silence to pay hommage to important moments. And all religions include prayer. So, what's the problem if he wants to address to other religions?

1/15/2011 11:36:35 AM

Philbert McAdamia

the Great Obama
the Grand Prevaricator

Say it; you mean the Head Nigger.

1/15/2011 11:38:38 AM


"What? Is he afraid to mention the word "PRAYER?" Perhaps there is no equivalent non-ceremony in the religion of peace and the Grand Prevaricator will continue to pretend he is an actual Christian."

What? And are you fundies afraid to admit that...:

Nothing fails like prayer.

1/15/2011 11:43:29 AM


Speaking of buffoons, here comes DockyWocky spewing textual diarrhea all over the Internet because his country isn't an oppressive, authoritarian theocracy like Saudi Arabia.

1/15/2011 11:48:20 AM


Christianity is such an exclusive club to these people.

1/15/2011 12:15:31 PM

pretty puppy


Jeebus knows it is the last thing we need.

1/15/2011 12:16:23 PM


Well, DockyWocky, maybe what he's "afraid" of is being uninclusive. Which is a good thing, seeing as he's the president, and equality is a value he should be promoting. But you probably think that people who don't pray don't really matter anyway. You'd probably prefer it if he said that American atheists shouldn't be considered citizens or patriots, like another certain American president did...

1/15/2011 12:22:53 PM

Brendan Rizzo

Wow... Just... wow.

PROTIP: Christians hold moments of silence AS WELL!

1/15/2011 12:25:39 PM


You want to pray during the moment of silence? Go ahead and pray. You don't need the President to tell you that. Being a Christian doesn't mean shoving your religion into everybody else's face. It means love God and love your neighbor.

1/15/2011 12:26:07 PM


@Brendan Rizzo

"PROTIP: Christians hold moments of silence AS WELL!"

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II leading the two minute's silence at the Remembrance Day service at the Cenotaph, London; held every 2nd Sunday at 11 AM (and observed nationwide):

FYI, Docky: Queen Elizabeth II is Head of the Church of England. I think that makes her own Christian credentials unquestionable, wouldn't you say?

I love the smell of destroyed arguments in the morning. Smells like... victory.

1/15/2011 12:37:28 PM

Mrs. Antichrist

There is an equivalent in Islam, and it's called -- get this -- PRAYER. In fact, they do it five times a day.

Has your dumb ass seriously never heard of a moment of silence before? People have been having them for, oh, only a few thousand years now. Every American president has led at least a few during their career. What rock have you been hiding under?

1/15/2011 12:44:45 PM


The Great Obama? Can he saw a woman in half? Pull a rabbit out of a hat? Levitate? Materialize a tiger through a hoop?


1/15/2011 12:49:44 PM


Maybe he's hoping Docky Wocky will ever so briefly shut the fuck up.

1/15/2011 12:50:50 PM

In the UK every November the 11th, we hold a two minute silence to commemorate Armistice Day. It's always been known as a silence, rather than a prayer, and our nation, while very multicultural, is explicitly Christian.

In short, you're wrong. Shut the fuck up.

1/15/2011 12:58:53 PM

Philbert McAdamia

I look at that picture of Bush {{shudder}} above and realize; even sound asleep he doesn't look innocent.

1/15/2011 1:22:58 PM

Doubting Thomas

Show me where in the U.S. Constitution that the president has to uphold Christian values and I'll agree with you. Until then, STFU.

1/15/2011 1:27:49 PM


Actually, the very first thing he said after the news of the Tucson shootings was that we should hold everyone in our prayers.

1/15/2011 1:31:26 PM


@Philbert McAdamia

"I look at that picture of Bush {{shudder}} above and realize; even sound asleep he doesn't look innocent."

Well, in that pic at least, Dumbya's experiencing his own 'American Dream'

Meanwhile, for the rest of we sane, intelligent people in the US, UK, and the rest of the world, who live on Planet Reality, we're awake...!

1/15/2011 1:32:39 PM


Fuck you. There was a fucking tragedy and yet all you can think of is how butthurt you are that Obama is being all-inclusive. For you to be so divisive at a time when everyone should be coming together to mourn a senseless loss of life shows just what kind of monster you are.

1/15/2011 1:43:01 PM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

It would be rather disrespectful to have a Christian prayer, considering that Rep. Giffords is Jewish and we don't know the religious affiliation, or lack thereof, of all the other victims. Much better to go with the more inclusive and classy moment of silence.

1/15/2011 1:45:18 PM

Old Viking

Prayers and silence have the same effect.

1/15/2011 2:28:42 PM

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