In Which I Feel Bad Again for Tennessee Christians

When a Tennessee Christian votes for a politician who has assured said voter that said politician is a good Christian, sure, that voter might assume that he or she is voting for a politician who puts Christian values into state politics.

But does this Christian voter realize that she is voting for people who think that not getting your way is akin to being publicly tortured and killed while your mother can only watch in horror? Akin to having all your friends and their families terrified that they would be arrested and killed next?

Does the Christian voter in Tennessee realize that she’s voting for egomaniacal assholes who think that their not getting their way gives them the right to compare their plight with that of Jesus? And to try to use what Jesus went through to bully other people into doing what you want?

Tim Rudd, sir, that you would even make something like this and send it to other people pretty much proves that you are a terrible Christian. And I don’t say that mildly. Christ was tortured and died. Jason Mumpower just got dicked over. If you can’t tell the difference between those two, you probably need to pray a little harder for understanding.

Nowhere in the Bible does Jesus say, “Please, use my suffering to illustrate your petty political problems.”  And really, Rudd, how dare you try to pressure anyone into feeling like not doing what you want is akin to standing against Jesus.

You are not Jesus. Jason Mumpower is not Jesus.

People who do things other than what you would like them to do ARE NOT BETRAYING JESUS.

And, frankly, it’s evil for you to suggest that they are.

You owe an apology to every Christian in this state that you would attempt to manipulate others by exploiting their love of Jesus and suggesting that people who don’t do what you want are on par with Judas.

This really is a new low.