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2015-11-17 8:23:35 PM  
Didn't God/Jesus tell him to run?

How does that work, was he just sitting there, in the governor's mansion, when the words "Bobby Brady Jindal. you must run for President" echoed throughout? Did he has* a conversation, maybe discussed strategy, salary, civil engineering, and the like; or was he left trying to comprehend what He has said?

While I'm asking questions, when an ethereal host is talking to you, how do you tell if it's God or Jesus. Do they introduce themselves? It is assumed that God has this deep booming voice, and Jesus has this mellow James Taylor voice. But what if that's all wrong? What if God's voice is high and squeaky like Mike Tyson, and Jesus has a deep voice like Barry White? What if Bobby got it wrong and condemned himself nation-wide humiliation.  I guess it's better then an old-timey smiting.

*has - Ecclesiastical perfect tense of have.
 
2015-11-17 8:24:16 PM  
1 down, 42 to go.
 
2015-11-17 8:24:48 PM  
And then there were 14.
 
2015-11-17 8:26:00 PM  

dopirt: Didn't God/Jesus tell him to run?

How does that work, was he just sitting there, in the governor's mansion, when the words "Bobby Brady Jindal. you must run for President" echoed throughout? Did he has* a conversation, maybe discussed strategy, salary, civil engineering, and the like; or was he left trying to comprehend what He has said?

While I'm asking questions, when an ethereal host is talking to you, how do you tell if it's God or Jesus. Do they introduce themselves? It is assumed that God has this deep booming voice, and Jesus has this mellow James Taylor voice. But what if that's all wrong? What if God's voice is high and squeaky like Mike Tyson, and Jesus has a deep voice like Barry White? What if Bobby got it wrong and condemned himself nation-wide humiliation.  I guess it's better then an old-timey smiting.

*has - Ecclesiastical perfect tense of have.


http://howardtayler.com/2004/09/slightly-related-news/

Ask him.

"What it really boiled down to was the simple fact that God told me it was time to quit.

God did not say why. He also did not offer me any specific bits of encouragement, like saying "Schlock Mercenary will be netting you a high five-figure income by the end of 2005″ (which revelation I would have greeted with all kinds of jubilant praise, yessirree, halle-LOO-ya.) No, for all I know the spiritual experience I've had in conjunction with this decision is leading me on a path that involves poverty, desperation, abject humility, and then a return to Novell as someone hungry enough to really get down to business.

The truly spiritual person doesn't care about the destination in cases like this. For saints, it's enough to know that the decision is the right one, and that God's ways are not necessarily understandable to mortals.

I'm no saint. I'm scared spitless. But I've had this kind of spiritual prompting in my life on three other occasions, and I know that for all my fears, things will work out okay. I just don't have a specific value for "okay" yet."
 
2015-11-17 8:26:13 PM  

cptjeff: bertor_vidas: Infobahn: Infobahn: Okay, who it out next?  Thoughts?

is, dammit, is.

I think that depends upon what the meaning of the word "is" is.

My money is on Graham with a side bet on Kasich. They're both polling low, have few endorsements, have bigger candidates cannibalizing their constituencies, and have a penchant for occasionally saying something cogent which also indicates a certain level of self-awareness and critical self-reflection.

Kasich still has a path to the nomination- he's polling far ahead of his national numbers in New Hampshire. A decent showing there, and he picks up steam really fast in the establishment lane, especially if Jeb does poorly in Iowa and New Hampshire (which he likely will). That leaves Kasich, Rubio, and Christie as the only three plausible candidates in a general. Christie is banking on the same strategy, but Kasich is running better than he is in NH, last I saw.

It's also in Kasich's (and Christie's) best interest to stay in as long as he can in order to keep a reasonably high profile as a guy who's going to be on any VP shortlist just by virtue of his current job- a popular governor of Ohio is going to be really hard not to put on a ticket.

Graham doesn't have a path, but he's running a campaign on the platform of "I hate these isolationist nutjobs trying to take over my party and I'm going to use the platform of a Presidential race to try and rebut them as much as I can." He doesn't care about the path to the nomination, he knows he doesn't have one. He just wants to get his message out, so he'll run as long as he has enough money to keep going.


Graham's path is that of a very loooooong war boner 24/7.  He should probably consult a doctor.  Seriously, every question asked at the kiddie table debate was answered with WAR HERP WAR WAR DERP.  I can't honestly imagine what the next debate will be like with him.  Not sure how he can amp up from previous performance, but I'm sure it will be comical to watch.  Someone with better video editing skills and motivation than me should make an hilarious youtube video.  The view potential is YUGE!
 
2015-11-17 8:26:28 PM  

The Bestest: gaspode: one less farking asshole. how many more to go?

there are still 14 candidates in the GOP field


There is more leg room or big shoe room in the clown car now...
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2015-11-17 8:26:58 PM  

dopirt: Didn't God/Jesus tell him to run?

How does that work, was he just sitting there, in the governor's mansion, when the words "Bobby Brady Jindal. you must run for President" echoed throughout? Did he has* a conversation, maybe discussed strategy, salary, civil engineering, and the like; or was he left trying to comprehend what He has said?

While I'm asking questions, when an ethereal host is talking to you, how do you tell if it's God or Jesus. Do they introduce themselves? It is assumed that God has this deep booming voice, and Jesus has this mellow James Taylor voice. But what if that's all wrong? What if God's voice is high and squeaky like Mike Tyson, and Jesus has a deep voice like Barry White? What if Bobby got it wrong and condemned himself nation-wide humiliation.  I guess it's better then an old-timey smiting.

*has - Ecclesiastical perfect tense of have.


"And Bobby.... stop playing with yourself."
 
2015-11-17 8:27:11 PM  

dopirt: Didn't God/Jesus tell him to run?

How does that work, was he just sitting there, in the governor's mansion, when the words "Bobby Brady Jindal. you must run for President" echoed throughout? Did he has* a conversation, maybe discussed strategy, salary, civil engineering, and the like; or was he left trying to comprehend what He has said?

While I'm asking questions, when an ethereal host is talking to you, how do you tell if it's God or Jesus. Do they introduce themselves? It is assumed that God has this deep booming voice, and Jesus has this mellow James Taylor voice. But what if that's all wrong? What if God's voice is high and squeaky like Mike Tyson, and Jesus has a deep voice like Barry White? What if Bobby got it wrong and condemned himself nation-wide humiliation.  I guess it's better then an old-timey smiting.

*has - Ecclesiastical perfect tense of have.


Which Jesus: Real Jesus or Republican Jesus?

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2015-11-17 8:27:41 PM  

dopirt: Didn't God/Jesus tell him to run?

How does that work, was he just sitting there, in the governor's mansion, when the words "Bobby Brady Jindal. you must run for President" echoed throughout? Did he has* a conversation, maybe discussed strategy, salary, civil engineering, and the like; or was he left trying to comprehend what He has said?

While I'm asking questions, when an ethereal host is talking to you, how do you tell if it's God or Jesus. Do they introduce themselves? It is assumed that God has this deep booming voice, and Jesus has this mellow James Taylor voice. But what if that's all wrong? What if God's voice is high and squeaky like Mike Tyson, and Jesus has a deep voice like Barry White? What if Bobby got it wrong and condemned himself nation-wide humiliation.  I guess it's better then an old-timey smiting.

*has - Ecclesiastical perfect tense of have.


God also told several other candidates to run for president. Apparently God has more of a sense of humor than is indicated by His actions in the Bible.
 
2015-11-17 8:27:57 PM  
Next up with .7% in the polls is...                                          (and committed to defeating ISIS lol!)

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2015-11-17 8:30:31 PM  
I totally forgot about him until now. how can I miss you if I kept forgetting that you were there.

/goodbye funny lady!
 
2015-11-17 8:32:43 PM  
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♪♫Well, he never gon' be president now
He never gon' be president now
He never gon' be president now
That's one less thing to worry about
That's one less thing to worry about♫♪
 
2015-11-17 8:32:54 PM  

Print'sNotDead: Next up with .7% in the polls is...                                          (and committed to defeating ISIS lol!)

[img.fark.net image 850x334]


All I can say is, I hope that some sort of plastic lining is put down first because that is going to get messy.
 
2015-11-17 8:35:03 PM  

RI_Red: The Jami Turman Fan Club: Does it say "Covered in feces" on the bottom scroll?

BecThe Jami Turman Fan Club: Does it say "Covered in feces" on the bottom scroll?

Because I think "Bobby Jindal, covered in feces" would be a good epitaph for him.

[vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net image 200x192]


*GOLF CLAP*
 
2015-11-17 8:44:06 PM  

markie_farkie: He failed to curry favor with GOP voters.


Dude...stop!!!  I'm laughing way too hard!

meatofmystery: markie_farkie: He failed to curry favor with GOP voters.

Piyushed  beyond his limits?


You too!!  I'm in stitches right now!!
 
2015-11-17 8:44:28 PM  

Chupacabra Sandwich: Bith Set Me Up: "Bobby" Jindal embodies the modern GOP's concept of "diversity": Non-WASPs are welcome as long as they don't talk about their non-WASP background, and even then, teabaggers won't give a shiat about them.
Democrats: Come as you are.
Republicans: Come as we are. Better yet, don't come at all.
When Democrats saw a man called Barack Hussein Obama and went "Okay, we'll give him a chance." When Republicans saw Obama, they went batshiat crazy.

I'm  beginning to think this account is a bot.


Agreed.  Bith posts something interesting now and again, but the repeated posts come frequently enough that, well... I don't even...

/maybe he doesn't realize how much time we spend on fark
//what Bith is doing, I see it
 
2015-11-17 8:44:42 PM  

cptjeff: bertor_vidas: Infobahn: Infobahn: Okay, who it out next?  Thoughts?

is, dammit, is.

I think that depends upon what the meaning of the word "is" is.

My money is on Graham with a side bet on Kasich. They're both polling low, have few endorsements, have bigger candidates cannibalizing their constituencies, and have a penchant for occasionally saying something cogent which also indicates a certain level of self-awareness and critical self-reflection.

Kasich still has a path to the nomination- he's polling far ahead of his national numbers in New Hampshire. A decent showing there, and he picks up steam really fast in the establishment lane, especially if Jeb does poorly in Iowa and New Hampshire (which he likely will). That leaves Kasich, Rubio, and Christie as the only three plausible candidates in a general. Christie is banking on the same strategy, but Kasich is running better than he is in NH, last I saw.

It's also in Kasich's (and Christie's) best interest to stay in as long as he can in order to keep a reasonably high profile as a guy who's going to be on any VP shortlist just by virtue of his current job- a popular governor of Ohio is going to be really hard not to put on a ticket.

Graham doesn't have a path, but he's running a campaign on the platform of "I hate these isolationist nutjobs trying to take over my party and I'm going to use the platform of a Presidential race to try and rebut them as much as I can." He doesn't care about the path to the nomination, he knows he doesn't have one. He just wants to get his message out, so he'll run as long as he has enough money to keep going.


He could also be running for Secretary of State or an Ambassadorship. He'd make a pretty fabulous ambassador.

But he won't get out until at least SC.
 
2015-11-17 8:44:56 PM  
At least the GOP still has Carson as a "see, we don't hate brown people!" candidate.
 
2015-11-17 8:45:24 PM  
No way were the Chinese going to allow anyone of Indian descent to take the GOP nomination.
 
2015-11-17 8:47:06 PM  

RI_Red: ScaryBottles: Infobahn: Okay, who it out next?  Thoughts?

Christie definitely.

From the looks of this NYT report on Carson, it could be Sleepy Ben.

Actual quote: "Nobody has been able to sit down with him and have him get one iota of intelligent information about the Middle East," Duane R. Clarridge, a top adviser to Mr. Carson on terrorism and national security, said in an interview. He also said Mr. Carson needed weekly conference calls briefing him on foreign policy so "we can make him smart."



That's not necessarily a bad thing. Obama is probably one of the most educated president when it comes to foreign policies and last I check Mid East ain't exactly unicorns and honey. If anything it has gotten much worse in the last few years. Heck the fact that Obama was more anti Assad then he was anti ISIS until couple days ago shows ignorance.
 
2015-11-17 8:48:12 PM  

Print'sNotDead: Next up with .7% in the polls is...                                          (and committed to defeating ISIS lol!)

[img.fark.net image 850x334]


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(thanks to whomever I stole this from)
 
2015-11-17 8:48:56 PM  

KarmicDisaster: Alphax: evilsofa: mr intrepid: KarmicDisaster: ScaryBottles: Infobahn: Okay, who it out next?  Thoughts?

Christie definitely.

He's too big to fail!

Santorum,  Huckabee,  and Christie.  In that order.

What?  Santorum's still in it?  Let me hold my nose and check Google News for what Santorum is up to now...

Santorum makes Ben Carson look sane and smart

/facepalm

Is that possible?

I dunno, does Carson have a jar with a fetus in it in his living room?


We've seen Ben Carson's house.  Everything in every room is about him; you can't even tell he has a wife and kids.
 
2015-11-17 8:49:19 PM  

Zerochance: This always comes up in every Jindal thread.

I'm a naturalized immigrant, and like Jindal, I was raised in the deep South.  I anglicized my name because I thought it would make life a little easier for myself, which twenty years ago, was very much the case.  I am very proud of my heritage, but when you're a Latino kid in the deep south, you have to be pragmatic, and going by an American name (which is actually a direct English translation of my Spanish name) definitely helped me break down barriers.


So how do you translate Zerochance into Spanish?

*looks it up*

Ceroposibilidades

Yes, that would be a difficult name to have in the deep South.
 
2015-11-17 8:50:00 PM  

Isitoveryet: let it all out, Libs.

leave no pun, jab unused.


I'm gonna punch right in the balls if I ever meet you....

now i'm farking dying over here....
 
2015-11-17 8:52:37 PM  

SuperNinjaToad: That's not necessarily a bad thing. Obama is probably one of the most educated president when it comes to foreign policies and last I check Mid East ain't exactly unicorns and honey.


Thanks Obama!

wonk wonk.

Dude what a farking idiotic statement.
 
2015-11-17 8:54:24 PM  

L.D. Ablo: At least the GOP still has Carson as a "see, we don't hate brown people!" candidate.


Yeah, Carson and Fiorina are in for the long haul. Have to keep up appearances.
 
2015-11-17 8:56:14 PM  
All the candidates who quit have said that God told them to run. So is God a giant liar, are there many gods or are the candidates hearing voices?
 
2015-11-17 8:59:24 PM  

BSABSVR: All the candidates who quit have said that God told them to run. So is God a giant liar, are there many gods or are the candidates hearing voices?


GOD is a GOP trolll!
 
2015-11-17 9:03:13 PM  

BSABSVR: All the candidates who quit have said that God told them to run. So is God a giant liar, are there many gods or are the candidates hearing voices?


God answers all prayers, but sometimes, the answer is "No".
 
2015-11-17 9:04:21 PM  

dopirt: How does that work, was he just sitting there, in the governor's mansion, when the words "Bobby Brady Jindal. you must run for President" echoed throughout? Did he has* a conversation, maybe discussed strategy, salary, civil engineering, and the like; or was he left trying to comprehend what He has said?


Going to try to attempt to give you a serious answer. When people speak of thier Deity "Telling them" to do something, they are generally *not* talking about hearing a voice in thier head, but rather being told through the subtle nudges of inspiration and coincodence. Basically in Jindals mind, it could have been the number of people closely around him saying "dude, you should totes run, the GOP needs someone with your exact qualifications and the evangelicals will never go for Cruz" and getting bombarded with that message lead him to believe that God was "telling him to run".

While I'm asking questions, when an ethereal host is talking to you, how do you tell if it's God or Jesus. Do they introduce themselves? It is assumed that God has this deep booming voice, and Jesus has this mellow James Taylor voice. But what if that's all wrong? What if God's voice is high and squeaky like Mike Tyson, and Jesus has a deep voice like Barry White? What if Bobby got it wrong and condemned himself nation-wide humiliation. I guess it's better then an old-timey smiting.

Most of the Christians who say shait like that are of the flavor that believe that Jesus and God are one in the same. As for how the voice sounds, see my above.
 
2015-11-17 9:06:37 PM  
So according to noted winner gato negro it's schizophrenia.
 
2015-11-17 9:08:22 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: BSABSVR: All the candidates who quit have said that God told them to run. So is God a giant liar, are there many gods or are the candidates hearing voices?

God answers all prayers, but sometimes, the answer is "No".


Actually, his answer was "Yeah, sure.  You do that."

The GOP just has really really bad sarcasm meters.
 
2015-11-17 9:11:44 PM  

spamdog: Oh man, no good flamewars today.


Go check out the Sheperd Smith thread from earlier. Some performance artist set himself up as a punching bag for 70-odd posts.
 
2015-11-17 9:12:17 PM  

Rann Xerox: RI_Red: The Jami Turman Fan Club: Does it say "Covered in feces" on the bottom scroll?

BecThe Jami Turman Fan Club: Does it say "Covered in feces" on the bottom scroll?

Because I think "Bobby Jindal, covered in feces" would be a good epitaph for him.

[vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net image 200x192]

*GOLF CLAP*


Thanks!
 
2015-11-17 9:13:51 PM  

SuperNinjaToad: That's not necessarily a bad thing. Obama is probably one of the most educated president when it comes to foreign policies and last I check Mid East ain't exactly unicorns and honey. If anything it has gotten much worse in the last few years. Heck the fact that Obama was more anti Assad then he was anti ISIS until couple days ago shows ignorance.


Hey, remember about a year or two ago when republicans were accusing Obama of "appeasing" Assad because they wanted to arm ISIS to fight him, and he thought that was a bad idea?

Good times.
 
2015-11-17 9:14:35 PM  
Three down. That's not surprising, and neither is Jindal specifically. But that all 3 to quit so far are governors? That Perry, Jindal, and Walker are out before Paul, Santorum, and Huckabee?

Gotta admit, I wouldn't have put the odds on that streak.
 
2015-11-17 9:18:13 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: "Bobby" Jindal embodies the modern GOP's concept of "diversity": Non-WASPs are welcome as long as they don't talk about their non-WASP background, and even then, teabaggers won't give a shiat about them.

Democrats: Come as you are.
Republicans: Come as we are. Better yet, don't come at all.

When Democrats saw a man called Barack Hussein Obama and went "Okay, we'll give him a chance." When Republicans saw Obama, they went batshiat crazy.


Do you have this on a copypasta inkpad somewhere, or do you just type it from memory every time?
 
2015-11-17 9:18:17 PM  
One less clown out of the clown car that *is* the Republican Party.

Fark him and the horse he rode in on.
 
2015-11-17 9:18:25 PM  

CanisNoir: dopirt: How does that work, was he just sitting there, in the governor's mansion, when the words "Bobby Brady Jindal. you must run for President" echoed throughout? Did he has* a conversation, maybe discussed strategy, salary, civil engineering, and the like; or was he left trying to comprehend what He has said?

Going to try to attempt to give you a serious answer. When people speak of thier Deity "Telling them" to do something, they are generally *not* talking about hearing a voice in thier head, but rather being told through the subtle nudges of inspiration and coincodence. Basically in Jindals mind, it could have been the number of people closely around him saying "dude, you should totes run, the GOP needs someone with your exact qualifications and the evangelicals will never go for Cruz" and getting bombarded with that message lead him to believe that God was "telling him to run".

While I'm asking questions, when an ethereal host is talking to you, how do you tell if it's God or Jesus. Do they introduce themselves? It is assumed that God has this deep booming voice, and Jesus has this mellow James Taylor voice. But what if that's all wrong? What if God's voice is high and squeaky like Mike Tyson, and Jesus has a deep voice like Barry White? What if Bobby got it wrong and condemned himself nation-wide humiliation. I guess it's better then an old-timey smiting.

Most of the Christians who say shait like that are of the flavor that believe that Jesus and God are one in the same. As for how the voice sounds, see my above.


I'm not inclined to trust a discussion of how certain Christians might think from someone who has apparently never heard of the Trinity. Dude, I've been an atheist for 40 years, and even I know that in Christian thought Jesus and God the Father (and the Holy Spirit too, for that matter) are one and the same while also separate and individual. That's the mystery of the Trinity, and a bedrock tenet of the faith.
 
2015-11-17 9:22:06 PM  

ScaryBottles: SuperNinjaToad: That's not necessarily a bad thing. Obama is probably one of the most educated president when it comes to foreign policies and last I check Mid East ain't exactly unicorns and honey.

Thanks Obama!

wonk wonk.

Dude what a farking idiotic statement.


Oh! Wait! Didn't Obama also go to Paris! He's a sekrit turrist!!!1!!

Please. Carson honoring the troops by sending them into another endless sectarian war is, in fact, among the dumber of the terrible options available.

Obama knew that at this point in his first campaign, why doesn't Carson?
 
2015-11-17 9:23:58 PM  

Aetre: Three down. That's not surprising, and neither is Jindal specifically. But that all 3 to quit so far are governors? That Perry, Jindal, and Walker are out before Paul, Santorum, and Huckabee?

Gotta admit, I wouldn't have put the odds on that streak.


At this point, when there are 10+ candidates, it's more about fundraising than actual support, and I'll be damned if those fundies aren't good for a buck here and there.
 
2015-11-17 9:30:27 PM  

Car_Ramrod: Bith Set Me Up: "Bobby" Jindal embodies the modern GOP's concept of "diversity": Non-WASPs are welcome as long as they don't talk about their non-WASP background, and even then, teabaggers won't give a shiat about them.

Democrats: Come as you are.
Republicans: Come as we are. Better yet, don't come at all.

When Democrats saw a man called Barack Hussein Obama and went "Okay, we'll give him a chance." When Republicans saw Obama, they went batshiat crazy.

Do you have this on a copypasta inkpad somewhere, or do you just type it from memory every time?


Memory, actually.

Last summer, I spent almost a month away from Fark. Maybe I should take another break sometime soon.
 
2015-11-17 9:31:27 PM  

RI_Red: The Jami Turman Fan Club: Does it say "Covered in feces" on the bottom scroll?

BecThe Jami Turman Fan Club: Does it say "Covered in feces" on the bottom scroll?

Because I think "Bobby Jindal, covered in feces" would be a good epitaph for him.

[vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net image 200x192]


Funniest use of that image ever. You win for tonight..
 
2015-11-17 9:34:37 PM  

sanriosucks: RI_Red: The Jami Turman Fan Club: Does it say "Covered in feces" on the bottom scroll?

BecThe Jami Turman Fan Club: Does it say "Covered in feces" on the bottom scroll?

Because I think "Bobby Jindal, covered in feces" would be a good epitaph for him.

[vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net image 200x192]

Funniest use of that image ever. You win for tonight..


Wow, I am flattered. Many thanks.
 
2015-11-17 9:37:22 PM  
well, i guess he's just burnishing his bona-fides for a fox spot or some other seat at the rightwing grifter table. after turning louisiana into another republican failed state like kansas, i doubt he'll be governor again.
 
2015-11-17 9:39:25 PM  
Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.
 
2015-11-17 9:39:26 PM  
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2015-11-17 9:40:05 PM  

Alphax: KarmicDisaster: Alphax: evilsofa: mr intrepid: KarmicDisaster: ScaryBottles: Infobahn: Okay, who it out next?  Thoughts?

Christie definitely.

He's too big to fail!

Santorum,  Huckabee,  and Christie.  In that order.

What?  Santorum's still in it?  Let me hold my nose and check Google News for what Santorum is up to now...

Santorum makes Ben Carson look sane and smart

/facepalm

Is that possible?

I dunno, does Carson have a jar with a fetus in it in his living room?

We've seen Ben Carson's house.  Everything in every room is about him; you can't even tell he has a wife and kids.


Wait, wait...  He's married?  I just presumed he was gay.  

NTTAWWT of course.
 
2015-11-17 9:43:48 PM  

BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.


What? He didn't say that.
 
2015-11-17 9:46:39 PM  

qorkfiend: BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.

What? He didn't say that.


http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101
 
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