Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Obozo v. the Judaeo-Christian Tradition

The Professor cadged the list from a correspondent.

Suffice it to say that we're waaaaayyyy past "co-incidence."

Obozo is not merely a threat to 'prosperity'; in fact, that threat is founded on his thoroughgoing animosity toward the J-C tradition.  That animosity, carried out in his praxis, is the sine qua non underlying the 'threat to prosperity.'

Don't believe it?  Then contemplate the term "right order" for a while.  Or you could read Kirk's "Conservative Mind."  Or the briefer version linked here from Prof. Deneen.


Anonymous said...

You think that's bad, wait til the man with the Secret Undergarments occupies the WH. So long catholic church, hello apostasy.

Jim said...

Dad, your source is so full of falsehoods, out-of-context statements, and mis-characterizations that it lacks any credibility.

One case in point:

"February 2012 – The Obama administration forgives student loans in exchange for public service, but announces it will no longer forgive student loans if the public service is related to religion."

This is false. The religious exclusion is strictly pertaining to proselytizing activities.

Anonymous said...

Interesting how when Jim comments, a mentally imbalanced person then provides "advice".

Anonymous said...

Hopefully this blog is not moderated.

Anonymous said...

The proprietor of this blog is not available for moderation/edits during the day.

Grim said...

I don't know about most of them, but the one about the VA not allowing references to God or Jesus is not true either. The policy goes on to say "unless requested by the family." In other words, honor guards or others aren't allowed to assume they're burying someone from the Judaeo-Christian tradition, but if the family wants such references they are absolutely allowed.

That's not all that strange, because we have a certain number of Sikhs and Muslims and Hindus and Wiccans in the military (and even a few atheists, the old proverb about that notwithstanding). So, you know, that policy is just about respecting the family's wishes, and not making assumptions that may cause the family irritation at the moment when we are most in that family's debt.