Friday, 9 September 2011

What They Believe

I'm concerned about what appears to be an increase in superstition in the US and elsewhere. A Nehemiah Scudder Presidency, though unlikely, doesn't seem completely impossible these days.

Exhibit A:

Exhibit B:

A presidential candidate who cuts money for volunteer firefighters, then organises a christian pray-for-rain event as a substitute. (non-christians welcome to hear the word - but not welcome to speak their heathen perversions).

The fact that such things don't work - that can be hidden with sufficient money and application of the "Big Lie". It never happened.
The First Prophet was Nehemiah Scudder, a backwoods preacher turned President (elected in 2012), then dictator (no elections were held in 2016 or later).


Lloyd Flack said...

Hmm! The weather extremes are the result of human actions. Well, partially but not the actions that these twits are talking about.

Anonymous said...

another Heinlein follower.


Anonymous said...

Well, a good sign may be that Perry was said to have lost the debate on Thursday night to Romney, so we may see a reversal in the poll numbers among Republican voters in the primary. We're still waiting for the first poll to be held after that debate to be released.

Then again, as Jon Stewart was talking about the neuroendocrine reactions of Republican voters to Perry....