Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Icebergs Melt In Hell

This Sunday's reading from the Gospel of Luke (the temptation of Jesus) prompted my pastor to go into a detailed homily on how the devil works. It was pretty much in line with something a minister I know told me as well a few years ago. The devil is the great deceiver and he works in many subtle ways.  At one point, my pastor talked about whiners and complainers who have nothing good to say and offer to take no constructive action in solving problems. He then hit the money line: "negativity is the work of the devil." I poked my ex-wife (it's a long story, but we are still very good friends) because we had discussed just the night before how we allowed the devil to ruin our marriage with negativity. I also thought of the Alaska bloggers.

We cannot physically beat the devil, according to my pastor. He is more than just a cartoon drawing of a red demon with a pitchfork and a tail. He is a powerful and complex being who fills any vacuum where God and morality does not exist. We can only call upon the power of God in our battle with the evil one. We can only defeat evil with good. So from this, this blogger draws strength because, like a splash of holy water, just the mere discussion of God and religion burns the skin of a blogger named Jesse Griffin.

There are other Alaska bloggers, of course, hell bent on the destruction of Sarah Palin. Conservatives4Palin goes into some serious dissection of these angels from hell in A Tale Of Two Ears by Jesse Griffin, Skinny White Sunday: Profanity Phil Revisited; Updated and Shannyn Moore and Daily Kos Find Hypocrisy Where It Doesn't Exist.

Which brings us to Texas4Palin, which quotes Stacy Drake from A Time For Choosing. While I love the Texas4Palin quote, here's the money paragraph that brought me to my feet with a fist pump:
This is just another episode in which Shannyn Moore beclowns herself in an attempt to hurt Governor Palin. She failed tremendously as she always does. Normally I would type here that she should take a step back and try to realize that using small children is vile and evil but why bother. These people have proven over and over again that they have no morals and no decency. The depths in which they are willing to sink to trash Governor Palin knows no bounds.
"Shannyn Moore: Just a Girl From Hades" and Jesse Griffin are just some of the people who are responsible for starting the smear campaign against Sarah Palin during the 2008 election. They would be nameless empty shells of themselves if it was not for the DNC and the Obama campaign making contact with them in order to involve them in David Axelrod's "AstroTurf" campaign against Sarah Palin. These are the same bloggers who also fanned the flames of the frivolous ethics complaints long after Axelrod and the DNC were gone.

Now it's time to hold their feet to the fire (okay, sorry about the pun). Griffin quotes an unnamed doctor regarding the "hoax" surrounding the birth of Trig Palin. The doctor allegedly says "I believe there is more than enough evidence for the Alaska State Medical Board to investigate Cathy Baldwin-Johnson's participation in this matter, and to determine if she breached standards set by that Board for physician conduct."

Okay, doctor (if you really exist - Griffin asks us to take his word for it, claiming he checked the person out and verified it), put your money where your mouth is. Go ahead and file a complaint with the Alaska State Medical Board. I want to see this.

Is Griffin really trying to tell us that medical practitioners in the state of Alaska are complicit in covering up maternity issues and identity issues surrounding the birth of Trigg Palin? Are you telling me that there are doctors willing to risk losing their medical licenses hiding secrets that could have netted them millions of dollars if they brought them out in the 2008 campaign? Are you telling me that medical practitioners in the state of Alaska were willing to allow a crazy woman who is "unstable," as Griffin so ridiculously points out, to become vice president of the United States?

I don't think so.

I want to know who the unnamed doctor that Griffin refers to on his blog "The Immoral Minority" is. Not because I want them to identify him or her so we can bash him or her in the pro-Palin blogosphere. I want this person to file the complaint and have the issue put to rest so that we can expose Griffin in the pro-Palin blogosphere and show the world once again what a liar he really is.

These bloggers keep telling us the Palins are headed for an iceberg. Do you know why there are no icebergs? Icebergs melt in hell.

As for hell, Jesse Griffin and Shannyn Moore can take the rest of those poor pathetic mouthpieces for the great deceiver with them when they go.

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