Salem Witch Hunters — Down But Not Out
Continuing with the same analogy from my previous post (yes, it’s getting a little old now), the patient is slowly recovering after an 8-year infection that was almost fatal. Now it’s been discovered that there were several strains of bacteria that were wracking the body with these unspeakable symptoms. Four days ago a one-time massive superdose of antibiotics was administered, which killed all of the infections that had gone systemic.
But now, the most putrid and most resistant of these strains — bacterius biblehumpus — is already trying to worm its way out of the patient’s intestinal tract and get back into the bloodstream.
These powerful antibiotics will lose their effect if we over-use them. The patient needs to develop a much stronger natural immunity.
Even though Spanish Inquisition 2.0 got stomped and kidneypunched four days ago at the polls, the Grand Wizards are encouraged because gay marriage was banned by voters in three states — California, Arizona and Florida.
One of James Dobson’s pilotfish, Tom Minnery, said: “Conservative politicians lost. Traditional values succeeded. It ought to tell them to get a clue about the importance of marriage. We were frustrated that Sen. McCain would not speak out about marriage strongly and repeatedly.”
That’s right! Millions of voters were scared shitless of losing their jobs and their homes, and McCain had this wacky idea that they wanted to hear about the economy. God told him to concentrate exclusively on the Homosexual Agenda and those ignorant sluts who want Abortion-On-Demand™.
Like the flu, there’s no cure for bacterius biblehumpus. All we can do is try to control it.
cross-posted at Bring It On!
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