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Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Katherine Harris Doesn't Want to be a Senator

There are some people who you like and respect because they do great things to improve the world and the lives of the people around them, and then there are the people who you like because they are terrible, say stupid things, consistently wear clown make-up, and generally make the rest of us feel better about how non-crazy we are. Katherine Harris (U.S. Representative from FL…currently running for U.S. Senate) is the latter for me.

It has been awhile since she did anything super nutty, but this time she has really outdone herself. In an interview with the Florida Baptist Witness (that’s a newspaper), Harris spewed a whole slew of deliciously quotable crap about the separation of church and state, calling it a “lie” and insisting that the founding father’s never intended for the U.S. to be “a nation of secular laws”. Since that isn’t necessarily offensive (idiotic, yes, but could just be considered “having her own opinion” ) Harris threw in this zinger… “If you’re not electing Christians, then in essence, you are going to legislate sin.” Wow. Keep in mind that this self-righteous “if you aren’t a Christian, you have no morals” junk is spouted by a woman under investigation for taking $32K in illegal campaign contributions. What’s that saying about glass houses and stones?

Apparently Katherine Harris and George Allen were out back behind the schoolhouse smokin’ left-handed cigarettes on the day they taught “If you want to be elected, don’t say things that tell the world you are a bigot, anti-semite, racist, anti-dentite, or any kind of ‘phobe’” in Politics 101. The GTB wishes Harris all the best of luck in the upcoming election and we hope that after she loses in November she is able to find a comfy job scaring alligators out of the Everglades.


Blogger CaptainAdventure said...

Hey, remember that time that Fumbles recognized Katherine Harris at Eastern Market. We should have thrown tomatoes. But you know, sometimes it is good to have crazies running against your guy.

12:32 PM

Blogger Seven Star Hand said...

Hello ScooterLulu and all,

Hope this is not too off-topic for you. It gets to the root of the problem of deluded and greedy politicians who seek to impose their own ignorance on millions of others. Because of our reliance on money, politics, and religion, we are teetering on the verge of worldwide disaster. Idiots like Ms. Harris couldn't care less about everyone else as long as they get their hands on wealth and power, even if it means pretending to serve the Creator. It is long past time that people stand up for truth and justice and give these scoundrels their due.

Understanding the Fatal Flaws in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Prophecy

I pose to you and others that the context and meaning of these ancient texts have been lost on those confused by the assertions of religious leaders and founders. Ancient wisdom has been purposely recast and obfuscated into religion and mysticism. Consequently, the interpretations presented about the sources and meaning of these texts and the philosophy and cosmology of ancient Hebrew sages is completely wrong. Before you scoff and write me off, you should understand that I speak from personal knowledge and experience...

Remember the saying that "the truth will set you (and others) free?" How does "opening one's eyes to the truth" relate to "making the blind see again" or "shining the light" or "illuminating a subject?" Notice the inherent symbolism associated with this supposed New Testament "miracle?"

Did you ever consider that Christianity is the False Prophet symbolized in the Apocalypse, that Rome (Vatican/Papacy) is the so-called anti-messiah, and Jesus Christ is the false messiah? I have produced stunning and comprehensive proof that this is the true interpretation of pivotal prophecies long confounded by Christianity's founders and leaders. Recasting the symbolism of earlier Hebrew texts as literal events in the New Testament is one of the central deceptions associated with Christianity.

As certain world leaders strive to instigate a fabricated "battle of Armageddon," it is vital to understand and spread the truth about these ancient texts to help bring about an end to such abominable evil. You can never expect philosophies based on lies and great error to lead to peace and harmony. How many more millennia of terrible proof is necessary before humanity finally gets a clue that most have been utterly deceived by the very concept of religion.

Without it, Bush, the Neo-Cons, and their cohorts could never have gained and retained political power by manipulating an already deluded and susceptible constituency. Likewise, their thinly-veiled partners in crime, Bin Laden and his ilk, could never have succeeded in their roles in this centuries-old Vatican-led grand deception.

Have you ever heard of Machiavelli? What better way to hide the truth than to divide people among three related but divergent religions (or other strong delusions) that each obscure the truth while claiming that each is the truth!

Want to see the symbol for the tri-part endless loop and logic-trap that such a three-part Machiavellian delusion forms? Ever seen a Triquetra ( and here)? Pay very close attention to its visual relationship to 666, the most famous of all triangular numbers.

Now consider how money, religion, and politics are inseparable because of the inescapable trap (bottomless pit) they form...

We are all trapped in a web of deception woven with money, religion, and politics. The great evils that bedevil us all will never cease until humanity finally awakens, shakes off these strong delusions, and forges a new path to the future.

Here is Wisdom...


3:49 PM

Blogger (A Little) Gris Gris said...

Sorry, something was jacking with my ability to post earlier. As your biggest fan and the resident Floridian, I'm here to say that even FL GOPers don't like Kath. Jeb can't get far enough away from her. Needless to say, I could do without her. I'm thinking hanging chads; how bout you?

Seven - you're a little deeper than we usually go. But, to address your sweeping statements of "money, politics, and religion" - briefly - Ms. Harris and those like her tend to be more of an abnormality than the norm. Without going into it, I too speak from personal experience - but also from academic research. Don't be such an extremist. Your perspective can be as skewed as theirs.

5:56 PM


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