So the angry webmaster asked us if we had any thoughts on the Stuttering Clusterfuck of a Miserable Failure trying to force Catholic employers to provide coverage for infanticide. Surely we do. We think it’s about the single most brilliant idea since the French chivalry decided not to care about those pesky longbows on October 25 of 1415. And Ogabe and the NSDWP will be just as pleased with the results as the French were, unless somebody takes a ClueBat to him and convinces him of the error of his ways.
Before we get to that, however, we’ll be perfectly honest and admit that we did enjoy the idiotic “but, but”ing from some members of the Catholic clergy who’d been backing OgabeCare to the hilt back prior to its “passage.”
“But… He promised!”
We’re sure that he did, he has a record of promising just about anything to get his way, but we’re a bit surprised that members of the clergy have so little knowledge of the pitfalls of making deals with the Adversary, chief among which is the fact that HE LIES! Obviously modern Catholic teachings leave a bit to be desired if they skip over that bit. You might want to Scotch Tape that page back into the catechism. We’re pretty sure it was included there initially for a reason.
Schadenboner aside, it was still a boneheaded move by Ogabelini.
Of all of the groups you could pick, you chose to pick a fight with Christianity??? Really? And yes, His Imperial Majesty did mean to say “Christianity” there. Actually, we should have said “Judeo-Christianity”, because we all have a bit of a hangup on that whole “sanctity of life” thing that leftist Socialist Democrats seem to have a problem with.
And then there’s this whole “freedom of religion” thing that “Constitutional Scholar” Ogabe seems to have missed. Poor thing. Couldn’t even make it through the whole First Amendment, even with the aid of illustrations and moving his lips as he tried to struggle his way through it, word by painful word.
Here’s a hint, Stuttering Clusterfuck of a Miserable Failure, and it comes straight from the Romans themselves: You do NOT want to pick a fight with Judeo-Christianity. We’ll be happy to call them up out of the Imperial Game Room if you need them to explain to you how it worked out for them.
In one fell swoop, you managed to piss of the Catholics (because they’re the ones you’re trying to apply the screws to directly), everybody else of faith (because we’re none of us fans of infanticide) as well as anybody who ever legitimately gave as much as a tinker’s cuss about the Constitution.
Heckuva job, Barry! How’s that working out for you?
Too early to tell, you say? Well thank your Maker for that, if you can get him to answer. We hear the phone service in Hell is abysmal (pun very much intended).
Of course, there had to be a reason for this self-inflicted, gaping, sucking chest wound, a reason that seemed awfully clever to SCOAMF at the time. What could it be? Well, the only one we can think of that sounds even remotely plausible would be that he wanted this fight so he could steer the debate in the direction of “why should those religious entities have ‘special privileges’?”, followed by trying to finally get rid of those irritating tax exemptions that have pissed kleptocratic leftists off since time immemorial.
There are a few flaws in this “cunning” plan, however: For one thing, the Bill of Rights is not a list of “special privileges.” It would have been called “The Bill of Special Privileges”, if that were the case. The Founders were very firm on saying what they meant and meaning what they said, to the point where they could spend days arguing over the placement of a comma. And another being, but we mentioned this already, if you’re going to pick a fight, perhaps singling out a group that an overwhelming majority of the population either belongs to or has strong sympathies for isn’t the best approach.
And finally, and we repeat ourself again, here’s a homework assignment for you, Barry Tiberius: Make a list of every group, nation, regime, you name it, who ever picked a fight with G-d. Got that done? We’ll give you a few more minutes. It’s a long list.
Alright. Now scratch out the ones who lost and transfer the remaining names to another piece of paper. What? Done already?
That was our point.
Those “bitter clingers” can do a whole fucking lot more than just “cling bitterly” if you poke them hard enough.
Best not to poke them, if you know what we mean and we think that you do.