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"The liberal court found Him guilty of false offenses and sentenced Him to death, all because He changed the hearts and minds of men with an army of 12. His death reset the clock of time. Never before and not since has there ever been such a perfect conservative." Herman Cain

The "liberal" court? I attended Catholic school for years, and spent a lot of time in church and CCD as a child. I don't remember anything about liberals crucifying Jesus.

And Jesus was a conservative? Really? I guess it was his "turn the other cheek" teachings, his radical rejection of the Roman and Jewish power structure, his disdain for money changers, and, of course, his lower class background. Totally conservative. Hey, I wonder if, like most conservatives, he supported torture and capital punishment?

Herman Cain is an idiot.

  • TimEldred

    Jesus is what plants crave.

    • lol!

    • holyreality

      Cain definitely does not talk like a fag.

  • stevan0211

    I look at Herman Cain and just have to shake my head. There are no words for people like him and Sarah Palin.

  • dildenusa

    This guy is completely clueless. I wonder if he ever really read The Hebrew or Christian Bible at all.

    Liberal Court? Sorry Herman. Pontius Pilate and his Roman pals were Proto-nazis.

    False Offenses? Sorry again. The historical Jesus was a political and military leader who advocated throwing the Romans and their Hebrew Priest collaborators out of Judea.

    Changed the hearts and minds of men? Sorry again. It was Saint Paul who did that. The greatest con job ever. He took a political and military movement whose leader was hung on a cross and turned him into a GOD.

    • drsquid

      And then he slapped some egg foo young in between a couple slices of bread.

  • Chachizel

    This guy really is an idiot. As crazy at it sounds, he kind of even makes Bachmann and Palin look halfway sane. Well….maybe not that bad

  • Herman Cain makes a play for the CHINO voter! He actually thinks he has a chance!

  • Like Bachmann, Cain is gradually talking himself out of a nomination he didn’t have much chance of securing in the first place. It’s actually entertaining to watch, like a limbo (or Limbaugh, if you prefer) contest — how low will he go?

    • Evidently low enough to issue an appeal to black voters to reduce their taxes lower than everyone else’s–a little revision to his 9-9-9 plan. What a stupid, pandering asshole Cain is.

      • Now that’s pretty damn low.

  • I guess I fell asleep in church too often as a kid, because I didn’t even know there was a court involved.

    The idea of putting historical figures in modern political camps is pointless enough when you’re talking about people like Washington & Jefferson. But the fact that there are people who sincerely believe that Jesus (the guy who told everyone to sell all their belongings and give the money to the poor) would totally be against Net Neutrality makes my head spin.

    • DetroitSam

      You have to remember that the people Cain is pandering to are not the brightest bulb in the pack.

  • Well, he “supported” torture and capital punishment in the sense that he participated in both. But I think that isn’t what you meant.

    • A Christopublican once told me Jesus must have supported capital punishment since he allowed it to be used on himself. Where do you go with that kind of ‘logic’?

      • Draxiar

        Probably to a Teabagger rally.

  • Don’t forget the part about giving away all your money

    • James, Cain will happily give away all of *your* money, just none of his own.