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Chaplain Barry C. Black Promotes Theocracy In The Senate

There’s a theocratic canker within the United States Senate, a government-funded office with liaisons acting within the staff of every senator. This office organizes Christian worship sessions in the Senate, directs senators’ interpretations of the Christian Bible, and the Bible’s application to legislation, declares that the Christian God is the sovereign ruler of the United States, and proclaims that the “separation of God and State” will not be tolerated in the Senate.

Leading this theocratic office: Ayatollah Barry C. Black.

6 comments to Chaplain Barry C. Black Promotes Theocracy In The Senate

  • Anonymous

    Thats the good thing about America! This is awesome! Thanks for sharing. I was worried that the legal constitutional rights of Evangelicals was going away. Lokks like we get represented as well. Apperently rights are not only for athiests

  • ramone

    when will “the church of bob” get it’s recognition?
    christians aren’t the only ones who want to own a senator.
    unfortunetly, “the church of bob” is broke and can’t even afford healthcare, let alone a senator.

  • ramone

    it’s a fledgling church, give us a couple thousand years and we’ll be able to buy congress’ best.

  • ramone

    touche’
    i guess you have to have some kind of legs to last 2,000 years and while the constitution has left some loopholes in it’s view of religion, it still hasn’t nearly as many as our favorite “good book”.

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