I Can Only Pray to Get a Spot by the Entrance

If Bill Hobbs is right in implying that a vote for Obama will send you to Hell, I think the most I can hope for is for a spot right by the entrance.  I mean, sure, by his logic, I’ve been bad enough to go to Hell, but I’ve certainly been good enough that I shouldn’t be denied the pleasure of seeing the shock on some folks’ faces when they see where their sanctimonious asses have ended up!

Cough*Bill”Ibearfalsewitnessallthedamntime”Hobbs*cough*cough*

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9 thoughts on “I Can Only Pray to Get a Spot by the Entrance

  1. That was a great post by Hobbs. He underscores what I and others keep saying over and over that republicans rule by fear and we run on hope.

    Republicans want you to look under your bed each night for the boogyman, while you clutch your gun and try to find a way to peek out through the duct taped curtains. Democrats want to find a way to have peace in our world, whether or not we agree with someone else.

    Hobbs was to the point on his post; a perfect example of Bush/Cheney and McCain/Palin. Be afraid, give up your constitutional rights so they can control, er, protect you….even your soul.

    And I thought only God could do that, and here we have the republican party of Tennessee doing it for God.

    While they’re playing God, maybe they could explain to us how Obama went to church for 20 years and is a Muslim, and McCain hasn’t been in 20 years and is a Christian.

  2. PS–I wanted (needed) to add that the last sentence I wrote–the brilliant one, I heard on television or radio, but can’t remember what show or news station–so I can’t give proper attribution, but it’s just too good to not let you know it’s not a Sharon original.

    After the election, I sure hope I have a lot less information coming into my small brain so I can remember things like this!

    Go vote. :) (<–Me. Simple, not too clever, but to the point)

  3. I’ve always thought one of the greatest attractions of Hell is not having to spend eternity with a bunch of self-righteous sanctimonious hypocritical puritans like all too many of those who call themselves Christians.

  4. The more I think about this, Sharon, the more I feel like I’m watching Brother Hobbs channel Brother Phelps. I hope that the people who can see how gross it is for Phelps to decide who’s going to Hell will see the same in the TNGOP propagandist.

    Private Beach, ha, yeah. No kidding.

  5. > a vote for Obama will send you to Hell, I think the most I can hope for is for a spot right by the entrance.

    After living with a real-live, vicious, Pit Bull, Cerberus should be no big deal. :)

  6. His post reminds me of that old Harlan Ellison story called “Hitler Painted Roses” (I think that was the name.)

    Wonder if he will still be employed by Jan 1, 2009.

  7. Wonder if he will still be employed by Jan 1, 2009.

    We were just talking about this yesterday in the wake of the latest missive. And, sadly, I’ll betcha he will; sucker will probably get a raise. He’s doing exactly what he was hired to do: get out the party’s message and get it attention.

    B, save me a seat, okay? I’ve long said that if I’m going to hell, I want to have a few shifts taking tickets at the door. “OH MY GOODNESS, are YOU here TOO?!?!?”

    BWAH ha.

  8. I’ve paved the road to Hell, so that you will all have a smoother ride down. Enjoy.

    I love the comment by Private Beach.

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