Evidence of Ancient Aliens and a Really Bored Goat

 
 
 
 
 
 
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More than half of the population of the USA believe in the existence of life outside of our little blue marble. For scientists, the definition of “life” includes microscopic critters that they would wet their khakis to discover. If they found a two micron wide fossil of mold in the frozen poles of Mars it would change everything we know and believe about our universe.

My wife and I, however, have all the evidence we need and it is on clear display just 25 miles outside of Las vegas. Since neither of us are ‘scientists’, our vision of life outside of Earth includes a spaceship, funny humanoid shapes, and of course a British accent. All aliens have British accents. I don’t know why extraterrestrials have British accents, because as I’ve clearly stated, I am not a scientist. Continue reading

Rick Santorum: Candidate? Pope? Ayatollah?

 
 
 
 
 
 
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If you really believe in Rick Santorum's Crusade. Wear the T-Shirt

If you really believe in Rick Santorum's Crusade. Wear the T-Shirt

Rick Santorum has gone beyond amusing. He is now approaching dangerous. He’s even scaring the right-wing of the Republican party and that really takes some doing. Comparisons to the Ayatollahs of Iran is inevitable.

If the Christian right is happy to have a crusader on their side I would like to suggest they think this through. I realize that’s asking a lot of people who do a lot of blind following. But please consider how you would feel if the next president was proselytizing for Islam, or Wicca or worst yet Atheism!

Santorumanity: Rick Santorum’s own view of Christianity

The GOP presidential candidate is against non-procreative sex -- even for married couples by IRIN CARMON at Salon.com

The GOP presidential candidate is against non-procreative sex -- even for married couples (Credit: Irin Carmon at Salon.com)

Our country was founded by people who were fleeing England because they chose not to follow a state religion. Santorum’s views and politics will make Christianity our new state religion. Not just any Christianity but Santorumanity, Rick’s view of Christianity. There are too many versions of Christianity to count in this country and each thinks it’s “THE ONE”. Rick Santorum is sure that his is the right one. When he has the ability to sway secular laws to enforce religious views, your flavor of Christianity might not win. Sound familiar? That’s how theocracies work.

Rick Santorum’s policies could easily become this….

Santorumanity is Rick Santorum's own view of Christianity

Santorumanity is Rick Santorum's own view of Christianity