9 thoughts on “Official Religion — Jews, Watch Your Backs

  1. We have much to be thankful for in this country, and we have a responsibility to help those in need. Jesus calls us to help others, and acts of kindness toward the less fortunate fulfill the spirit of the Christmas season.
    Yes, Jews, watch your back, if you are hungry or in need a Christian might actually try to help you because the President called on them to do it!
    On Christmas, we pray for freedom, justice, and peace on Earth
    Oh no! The Christians motivated by peace and justice might actually start up the death camps again!
    Wow Dave, your paranoid Christaphobia knows no bounds or reason. Is it really so terrible that on the most inoffensive of all religious holidays the President would ask the followers of that religion to help the needy, work for peace and justice, and think of their neighbor? I thought that was what you were all about. But, now I see that that is only secondary to your pathological hatred of Christians.

  2. P.S. please note that I am not a Christian, I just am disturbed by the outright and unreasoning hatred directed towards them by some on the far-left.

  3. Apparently there won’t be a Hanukah message from Bush. It’s at the same time as Christmas this year.

  4. In World War I you could read “Gott mit uns” (God with us) on German soldiers’ belts. The Christian God blessed the Germans, the French, the English, the Italians, and all the other countries taking part in this butchering. So does the US Christian God according to the message of your Christian president. He waged war against Iraq “to advance the cause of freedom and peace”. War to advance peace. He can say that, Orwell is long dead. “Your whole nation is grateful and prays for their (the soldiers’) safe return”. But some won’t make it, despite your US Christian God’s and your Christian president’s blessing, which I would find blasphemous if I were a Christian. This God has blessed every war of every so-called, self-declared Christian country.
    Christians should ask them themselves how hatred, killing, torture, greed, ggression, wars, and every bigotry can be justified by their belief, contrary to some of the teachings of their founder Jesus.

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