"Not using the 14th Amendment makes the Baby Jesus cry"---Pitt
WILLIAM PITT the Theologian is back in action again. Remember those prayers he normally never uses back when he was temporarily a devout KENNEDY CATHOLIC? Well, now he is suddenly an expert on how Baby Jesus would feel in the current deficit debate. Yeah, Baby Jesus is a policy wonk according to Pitt. Not only that Baby Jesus wants Obama to violate the Constitution by fraudulently invoking the 14th Amendment to unilaterally raise the debt limit. Gee? What ever happened to the "Pan-Dimensional" chess genius that Pitt was recently PRAISING? Apparently Pitt has lost faith in that master chess player to be replaced by Baby Jesus urging Obama to take an action that would ensure his impeachment as you can see in Pitt's bizarre THREAD, "Not using the 14th Amendment makes the Baby Jesus cry." So let us now watch Pitt ridiculously invoke religion where it is absolutely not appropriate in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, awaiting the deficit policy paper of Goddess Gaia, is in the [barackets]:
Not using the 14th Amendment makes the Baby Jesus cry.
[Not using your brain makes the Baby Jesus laugh.]
[Chimed in Mama Raven who apparently gave Willie his boyhood religious instruction which consisted of being reverent ONLY when it helps achieve a political goal.]
Frankly, I doubt Jesus would give a flying f*ck about the US debt.
[That pretty much falls under the "Render unto Caesar, etc." advice.]
I think Jesus would care.. If it brought hardship upon the poor and the old. He would be very much interested.
[DUmmie kentuck is such a reverent soul that he is able to discern the thoughts of Baby Jesus.]
Once again NOWHERE in the 14th amendment does it give the PRESIDENT the power to bypass congress and pass his own budget. If he does, not only will the Supreme Court stop him, he will almost certainly lose the election.
[You make too much sense you LOUSY FREEPER TROLL!!!]
But you don't want those magi to stop donating their gifts. Better check with them first.
[Gifts that definitely won't be tax deductible according to the current regime.]
You know he did grow up! But frankly, I'd like to picture my Jesus in a tuxedo shirt so that he be formal AND be ready to party!
[Stop! You're breaking the "reverent" mood invoked by the Pittster. ...Well, that was short and sweet but I wanted to chronicle this idiotic thread before Pitt sobers up and begs Skinner to delete it.]