This is fantastic. CNS News reports that at the Values Voter Summit this morning, they took time to mock the now infamous DNC vote on allowing God back into their platform:
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HAHA!!! This is so sweet!!
Romney should use both videos in 1 ad!!!
Do u agree?
I love this! wish more religious leaders would stand up and be heard!
I think the DNC are idiots. Please don’t drop a lightning bolt on my head. Only them.
The Bible would call them fools, but I believe the Lord understands and appreciates your sentiment.
“The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, the have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good”. Psalm 14:1
Fortunately, once we, Christians, move on to our eternal reward, we won’t be saddled with the fools any longer.
The good Lord and I have an understanding.
What a Great Parody!!!
Icing on the cake when the man stepped in and said repeated the “you’re just going to have to RULE, and they are just going to have to DEAL WITH IT”.
Thata boy. Hahaha! We’ve got clear minds and strong, moral personalities on our side.
Real Clear Politics didn’t post this video yet http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/
They should ASAP!
Holy cow! This is the opposite of what really happened. Obama is actually sticking his head in the sand. Unbelievable. I would have thought that the Administration would have come to the common sense view that no 6-month-old video would have been the reason for bloodshed on the 9/11 anniversary. Wow.
That was great. I love the AFA!
OH that was fantastic all right! Laughed so hard! 🙂 Better than any SNL skit could have done it! (Applause!!!!)
LOL……….that was a hoot and reinforced how dumb some of the Dimocrats were when voting to leave God out of their platform!!!! Way to go!!!! Jab ’em with some humor!!!!
Some? Try half!
LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The best thing I’ve heard in a long time. Praise the Lord!
God is in the house!!! Amen!!!
I loved the deathly silence when the speaker called for the NO vote… Such stark difference between that and the anti-Christian morons at the DNC!
God bless the FRC!
I love that they did this…
It’s nice to laugh about something for a change. 🙂
I did need the laugh – I almost wanted to scream out at work today, why are we here when our world is burning?!
Listening to an awesome speech by Paul Ryan at the Values Voter Summit. Hopefully TRS can get it up later.
On two separate occasions, he has been interrupted by hecklers who were escorted out while everyone else was chanting “USA! USA!” (similar to what happened during Sarah Palin’s speech earlier this year at CPAC).
This was hilarious. I’m waiting for the liberal media to come out and declare that the spoof was racist in 3…2…1……..
Alinsky Rule No 5: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.” It is almost impossible to counterattack ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, who then react to your advantage.
Well done. We’re learning…
Let the mocking begin!!
Wonderful!!!! I needed something to make me smile after these last few days. Thank You!
AMEN AND HALLELUJAH!
Mocking is my favorite thing! And with a big Pelosii gavel!
“Dogma voters” is the more fitting label. “Values voters” is a label invented by people who like to think of themselves as championing good human values. What many of them are pushing actually is dogma. “Values” are “the principles that help you to decide what is right and wrong, and how to act in various situations.” Cambridge Dictionary of American English. “Dogma” is “a fixed, esp. religious, belief or set of beliefs that people are expected to accept without any doubts.” Id. The two, we can only hope, overlap to some extent, but they are hardly the same. Some of what religious fundamentalists hold up as values others find plainly wrongheaded and even immoral. Labels count. Those pushing the “values voters” label hope it will help them pass off their dogma as values. If they want to push their dogma, that’s their right. But “dogma voters” they are, and that’s what I’ll call them.
That was funny, but I thought he was going to take it a step further and say the “nays” won. Dems should be embarrassed and humiliated, but I’m sure they aren’t.