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Coral Reefs Are Satanic Plots

February 4, 2008

CoralYoung Earth Science (true science) is making remarkable progress on a number of fronts. I have yet to see them attack this, however:

We have sourced the latest information avaliable on the age of the Great Barrier Reef. Stay tuned though, because we’re expecting this information to change as more research is undertaken.

These are the significant dates you should be talking about when you explain the age of the Great Barrier Reef:

  • While corals have existed on the Great Barrier Reef for as long as 25 million years, they didn’t form large reef structures like those we see today.
  • The earliest record we have of complete reef structures (like those we see today) is from 600000 years ago.
  • The current Great Barrier structure started growing on top of the old reef platform about 9000 years ago when the sea levels rose at the end of the last Ice Age.

Many of the places that support reefs today were part of the land during the last ice age, which ended about 20000 years ago.

As global temperatures increased, the ice melted and retreated to the poles and mountain tops. Sea levels rose to their present levels about 6000 years ago, creating ideal conditions for corals to develop along the tops of former low coastal hills.

The Great Barrier Reef comprises about 2900 seperate reefs off the coasts of the islands and the mainland, and barrier reefs facing the sea. The outer Reef lies along the edge of the Australian continental shelf.

Turtles and sharks are the marine ‘dinosaurs’ of the Reef. Turtles have been swimming around in its waters for 150 million years, while sharks have been around for about 400 million years _ that’s 100 times longer than humans.

Coral ReefNow I am not a qualified YEC scientist, but even I can see that these ‘coral reefs’ are about as phony as can be. James Ussher accurately _ and biblically _ calculated the following dates:

  • 4004 BC – Creation.
  • 2348 BC – The Great Flood.
  • 1921 BC – God’s call to Abraham.
  • 1491 BC – The Exodus from Egypt.
  • 1012 BC – The founding of the Temple in Jerusalem.
  • 586 BC – The destruction of Jerusalem by Babylon and the beginning of the Babylonian Captivity.
  • 4 BC – The birth of Jesus.

This all sounds right to me. But the moonbat Australian government, which calls its birds ‘boobies’, is determined to destroy the faith of billions of Christians around the world with these ‘coral reefs’. When they are presented in the MSM or by some Darwinist college professor, we can easily see through their lives, but an innocent and brainwashed park ranger is much more convincing. Just take a look at a picture of this ‘brain coral’:

Brain coral 2.jpgThe photo looks convincing at first glance. There is no possible way this photo could have been photoshopped. However, the carvings appear too precise and too simple to be made by the LORD. The LORD does not make simple designs. It is obvious that these Darwinists took a bunch of colored rocks and embed them with tiny jacks so that they could expand slowly but surely. The idea that several small organisms formed these ‘coral reefs’ is utterly ridiculous.

Fiji MermaidWhat can you, the average citizen, do to stop this elaborate hoax on par with P.T. Barnum? (Update by Psycheout: Remember the Fiji Mermaid, pictured at right?) One thing you can do is to simply swim around the reef and start bashing it to pieces in areas where the Australian government can’t see it. A far better plan, however, is to get King Brownback to petition the Australian government to demolish these phony organisms. One can only hope that the Darwinists, losing one of their main ‘trumps’ (ha!), will be demoralized and will stop persecuting true scientists like Ben Stein. Then, we can begin the slow, painful process of not only taking back America, but making sure that ‘science’ no longer can even dream of making phony theories.

— Bob Corker

Ralph Nader To the Rescue?

January 30, 2008

Ralph NaderWith the departure of Kookspinach and Silky Pony, there is a void in the ultra far left kook wing of the Democrat party. Ralph Nader sees his chance to once again play the “progressive” spoiler. Republicans should open up their wallets again and support him. He’s just what we need to assure a Huckabee or McCain victory. With wackjob Nader in the race, perhaps even the stomach turning empty suit Mittens Romney might have a chance if he somehow buys the GOP nomination. But admittedly that would be the worst case scenario.

Ralph Nader has formed a presidential exploratory committee, and said in an interview Wednesday that he will launch another presidential bid if he’s convinced he can raise enough money to appear on the vast majority of state ballots this fall.

With both Ralph Nader and Ron Paul siphoning the anti-war and uber-kook vote from the leftist candidate, even our weakest candidate could win.

Nader, who ran as an independent candidate in each of the past three presidential elections, told ABCNews.com that he will run in 2008 if he is convinced over the next month that he would be able to raise $10 million over the course of the campaign — and attract enough lawyers willing to work free of charge to get his name on state ballots.

There’s a website already set up. Perhaps if enough Republicans pledge to donate funds or legal assistance, the old goat will be convinced to run again, ensuring a Republican in the White House in 2008. It just might be worth it.

Nader said he filed papers with the Federal Election Commission and launched a Web site after Dennis Kucinich, a liberal Ohio congressman, announced his decision to withdraw from the presidential race last week.

He was set to announce that he had formed an exploratory committee Wednesday, even before former Sen. John Edwards made it known that he’d be ending his candidacy.

Listen to this kook! Size up his enormous ego! This is awesome:

“When Kucinich threw in the towel, now you have Edwards gone — who’s going to carry the torch of democratic populism against the relentless domination of powerful corporations of our government?”

Why, Ralph Nader, super kook of course! He hasn’t let us down the last two election cycles. Why not help us out for a third?

This might be the best news of the campaign season. Run, Ralph, Run!

See also: Hot Air.

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— Psycheout

Who Let the Dogs Out?

January 21, 2008

Who Let the Dogs Out?Mitt!  Mitt!  Yes, Mitt Romney tried desperately to demonstrate his hip gangsta side at a Martin Luther King, Jr. parade to the embarrassment of sensible people everywhere.

As he posed for a picture with a group of young people, the typically old-fashioned Romney was relaxed enough to quote from a popular hit single from a few years back.

“Who let the dogs out?” he called out, as he stood there beaming in his shirt and tie. “Who! Who!”

But it gets worse.

He took pictures with many in the crowd and greeted one baby wearing a necklace saying, “Hey buddy! How’s it going? What’s happening? You got some bling bling here!”

Groan.  If that doesn’t make you cringe, nothing will.

— Psycheout

Long-Haired Men Are the Anti-Christs

December 24, 2007

A Dirty HippieWhat with the foolish amounts of hippies that are trying to appear ‘cool’ so that you might let them fornicate with your children, we can hardly risk letting our children out of our sight these days.

What we conservatives aren’t often noticing is that hippies are just a mere subculture of the great symbol of anti-conservatism, long hair on men. Liberals love symbolism; they use it to brainwash the school boards into allowing their foolish books to poison our children’s minds.

I think that there can be no greater threat to America than this deeply rooted hairstyle. And here it says that “long hair frequently shows less sexual control”; no wonder hippies are the worst part of our society. Although much of the site is meaningless whining over why they feel hair is ‘important’, I feel they are correct on this statement.

Another Hippie

It is worth mentioning that the Bible understood the threat very well. 1 Corinthians 11:14 : Doth not even nature teach you that it is shameful for a man to have long hair? The weirdos are undoubtedly going to argue that the Nazarites could take a vow to God by not cutting their hair. True to their traditions of quote mining, however, they will not know a single thing about the story of Samson and Delilah.

As conservatives know, Delilah invoked her typical woman’s deception on Samson by tempting him into breaking his vow. Blinded by the Philistines, Samson had not lost all faith with God, so he managed to kill his captors. However, the strongest man in the world had been betrayed by his hair and his woman.

It is fitting that God now requires women to cover their heads with hair: 1 Corinthians 11:16 for her hair is given to her as a covering… It is to be a transvestite for a man to adopt woman’s dress styles, but it must be a mental disorder to adopt a woman’s shame.

Not only that, the traitorous Abasalom must have had lots of hair upon his head: 2 Samuel 14:26 : And when he polled his head… he weighed the hair of his head at two hundred shekels after the king’s weight. God clearly does not want men to have long hair.

More Hippies

But the hippies, injuns, and whatnots have been subtly planning the overthrow of Jesus, first by starting an utter lie about whether Jesus agreed with their foolish ideas or not. They have now turned the commonly marketed Jesus into a symbol of their shameful ways. The Prince of Peace was no hippy.

Any right-thinking person can see the evils in hippy society: they give little babies marijuana, they fornicate with doorknobs, they waste half their life at rock concerts, and encourage shameful Asian religions. What we are not noticing is their slow spread into other cultures.

A Hippie Infestation

The premier place for these sinners to gather is at the Long Hair Hyperboard, where these sad pathetic whelps long for the next 10 years to be ‘skipped’ just so they can have dead protein hanging down to their shoulders. Longhairs often hang out at rock concerts, Harley-Davidson fanclub bars, and environmentalist rallies.

Long hair has become a symbol of just about every sector on the left. Hopefully, we can pass a law requiring all of these men’s heads to be sheered so that no hair grows past the ears or touches the collar. Long hair is anti-American, plain and simple.

— Bob Corker

Say Nothing

December 23, 2007

See Nothing, Say NothingMitt Romney is the definitive Say Anything candidate, that’s for sure. First he claimed that “I saw my father march with Martin Luther King.” Then he said it was figurative, not literal, that he “saw” it — doing his best impression of Bill Clinton redefining the word “is.”

In the past, Romney has also been quoted as having bragged, “My father and I marched with Martin Luther King Jr. through the streets of Detroit.” But it also turns out to be nonsense. What should we make of this?

Mitt Romney never marched through Detroit with Martin Luther King, as the Romney campaign now acknowledges. Nor is it true that the GOP candidate “saw” his father, a former governor of Michigan, join King on a civil rights march, as he has been claiming on the presidential campaign trail. (He now says that “saw” was a “figure of speech.”) It is conceivable that George Romney marched with King at some point, but this is disputed.

Mitt Romney, LiarRomney’s tall tales and the subsequent backpedalling renewed the obvious questions about Romney’s credibility and his annoying tendency to, let’s say, stretch the truth to the breaking point. Team Mitt needed the subject changed, and quick.

Then something magical happened which Romney supporters energetically used to beat down those valid criticisms and to cleverly change the subject away from Willard Romney’s self-aggrandizing lies to the late George Romney’s admirable civil rights record.

A couple of seemingly credible witnesses were conveniently rolled out, who conveyed a warm and fuzzy story about George Romney and MLK marching arm in arm in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. It was a slick PR team’s dream come true!

Shirley Basore, 72, says she was sitting in the hairdresser’s chair in wealthy Grosse Pointe, Mich., back in 1963 when a rumpus started and she discovered that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and her governor, George Romney, were marching for civil rights — right past the window.

Aw, it really brings a tear to one’s eye, doesn’t it? It’s almost like Mitt was there, marching proudly with the civil rights icon. What a heroic figure he must have been! And everybody lived happily ever after. The end. Poppycock!

Too bad it turns out that the fuzziness of the eyewitness account was literal as well as figurative. The tale told was apocryphal. Worse, Team Romney knew it was false at the time, but they contemptibly decided to say nothing to correct the record.

See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil
Team Romney: See No Evil,
Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil

How principled. How honorable. How Romney-esque!

Two women contacted the Mitt Romney campaign this week, offering their memories of seeing Romney’s father march with Martin Luther King Jr., in Grosse Point Michigan in 1963. Campaign officials were well aware that the women were mistaken. Yet, they directed those women to tell their stories to a Politico reporter.

The motives and memories of the two women are unknown and irrelevant; the motives of the campaign, however, were obvious — to spread information they knew to be untrue, for the good of the candidate.

Martin Luther King Jr. marches, without RomneyHere’s the actual facts about that alleged Romney-MLK march:

Then-governor George Romney did indeed march in Grosse Pointe, on Saturday, June 29, 1963, but Martin Luther King Jr. was not there; he was in New Brunswick, New Jersey, addressing the closing session of the annual New Jersey AFL-CIO labor institute at Rutgers University.

Need more? Yes, you do.

A King researcher editing his letters from that time has stated definitively that the two men never marched together; Michigan and Grosse Pointe historians have stated definitively that King was not at the 1963 Grosse Pointe march; Michigan civil-rights participants of the time have concurred; so have those who worked for George Romney at the time.

I know nothing!All of this evidence is important to present to the general public, but it is unnecessary for the Romney campaign — it has been clear for some time that they know perfectly well that the two men never marched together.

If this is the kind of man that Mitt Romney is, if these are the type of unprincipled charlatans that he will bring with him were he to become President, we’d all be better off if he remained in the private sector. We should not accept being lied to like this. It’s shameless and shameful. Reprehensible. Un-Presidential.

Martin Luther King, Jr.Making up lies, or at least being deliberately misleading, to associate himself with the revered slain civil rights leader, allowing misinformation to be entered into the public record for unethical personal benefit, and cynically manipulating voters through alternately saying anything and saying nothing when it suits his purpose, principles be damned… well, it’s astonishing and revolting and thoroughly unacceptable.

Mitt Romney does not deserve to become the GOP nominee for President. He’s the Republican version of Billy Jeff Clinton, a manipulative and deceptive word parser and an obfuscationist. Mitt Romney clearly doesn’t give a hang about principle and he doesn’t concern himself with the truth. He obviously only cares about himself and his unquenchable thirst for power.

Get out of my party, Mitt. You are not welcome here.

Concord MonitorUpdate: Apparently I’m not alone. The Concord Monitor in New Hampshire agrees, boldly stating the obvious: Romney should not be the next president. Read the whole thing, it’s scathing!

If you followed only his tenure as governor of Massachusetts, you might imagine Romney as a pragmatic moderate with liberal positions on numerous social issues and an ability to work well with Democrats.

If you followed only his campaign for president, you’d swear he was a red-meat conservative, pandering to the religious right, whatever the cost. Pay attention to both, and you’re left to wonder if there’s anything at all at his core.

Amen! Romney’s once strong lead in NH is whithering as McCain’s numbers experience a surge. Go Senator McCain! And as for you, Mitt, just leave. Okthxbye.

Update 2: Curt at Flopping Aces isn’t buying any Mitt malarkey either.

No way can Mitt try to stifle this story by throwing a few witnesses at it when there is so much documentary evidence to prove that he, his father, and MLK never marched together.

George RomneyGot that right. However, I’d just emphasize the point that George Romney had nothing to do with this, and would have nothing to be ashamed of other than his son, Willard, who’s trying to cash in on daddy’s record and take credit for principles he’s never had.

Mitt talks big, beyond his league. At least his father actually participated selflessly in something larger than himself. His shallow son, on the other hand, is full of nothing but himself. For Mitt, it’s all about the Mitt and nothing but the Mitt. Sadly, Willard has done a great disservice to his noble father’s memory. And that’s tragic.

Update 3: Fact Checker has revised it’s rating of the Romney-MLK lies upwards from 2 to 4 Pinocchios. Well done. This was a whale of a whopper. The fish has landed.

Here’s what one of the eyewitnesses trotted out by Team Romney had to say about his recollection:

“I was fifteen feet away from them [Romney and MLK],” said Robertson, 64, who attended Grosse Pointe high school. “You don’t forget that kind of thing.”

When I told Robertson that news reports placed Martin Luther King in New Jersey at the time, he replied: “Well, it was somebody who certainly looked like him.”

Uh huh.  Perfect.

— Psycheout

Headline of the Day

November 20, 2007

Barf BagI really can’t write about this one right now as I’ve just eaten, but this just has to be today’s vomit inducing headline of the day. Otherwise I may not survive the day. You may want to do as I’ve done and skip this article until later, if ever.

Get ready. Here it comes…

Young Voters Dig Giuliani’s Moderate Views

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Yeah man, that’s really groovy. Totally heavy. I’m really hip to that one, daddy-o. I really — BLEARGH!

If you’re new here and don’t understand why that should completely turn your stomach, may I suggest you read some recent stories about this pompous jackass?

— Psycheout