Dave’s Strange and Unusual World

February 27, 2010

After the Rapture

Filed under: Knee-Slappingly Funny,Religion — dangrdave @ 4:54 pm

I just learned of a highly useful service called “After the Rapture Pet Care,” which is a network of non-Christian pet caretakers who stand ready to find, rescue and take care of Christian-owned pets after the rapture.  The company has a video that shows pets looking longingly out of windows as people are raptured to heaven (here).  Will you be the one to leave your dog, cat or bird behind without a contingency plan?


March 7, 2009

Twistory Revisited

Filed under: Politics,Religion,Seriously Serious Stuff — dangrdave @ 5:40 pm

I wrote an entry before about, what I call ‘Twistory’ (here).  So, I just came across a new article (here) showing more examples of an agenda being perpetuated in America’s schools to twist facts and brainwash children.  The article mentions that there are numerous textbooks that are distorting religion, giving school children the biased belief that Islam is correct and Christianity is a fraud.  From the article:

Islam has a privileged position,” [Dennis Ybarra] said. “It’s not critiqued or criticized or qualified, whereas Judaism and Christianity are.


One example is in the glossary of “World History: Continuity and Change.” It calls the Ten Commandments “moral laws Moses claimed to have received from the Hebrew God,” while the entry for the Koran contains no such qualifier in saying it is the “Holy Book of Islam containing revelations received by Muhammad from God.

Oh, that’s fair.  I think that parents need to monitor what their children are learning, and take the time to correct the fallacies and lies; it is your responsibility to train up your children with your values and morals…if you leave this to the schools, your child can end up with wrong, twisted beliefs and perceptions.

January 23, 2009

O’ Baby, There’s More…

Filed under: Politics,Religion — dangrdave @ 10:50 pm

As a follow-up to my “O’ Baby, Can This Be True” post, I wanted to offer up the following article from Yahoo (here), wherein O’ signed the order for federal funds – your money – to go to foreign groups that provide abortions.  The yahoo article states that:

“A White House spokesman, Bill Burton, said Obama signed an executive order on the ban [known as the “Mexico City Policy”], without coverage by the media, late Friday afternoon. That was in contrast to the midday signings with fanfare of executive orders on other subjects earlier in the week.”

Hmmm…I wonder why this particular executive order was signed, not with fanfare, but in the shadows and away from the media?  Granted, the media basically is in the tank for O’; I’ve seen non-stop news commentators blushing like school-girls with a crush when they mention him.  But, there is something eerie about the fact that such a controversial use of taxpayer money would not be open for everyone to see and hear about.

The article that I am referencing goes on to state that:

“In a move related to the lifting of the abortion rule, Obama also is expected to restore funding to the U.N. Population Fund (UNFPA), probably in the next budget. Both he and Clinton had pledged to reverse a Bush administration determination that assistance to the organization violated U.S. law.

The Bush administration had barred U.S. money from the fund, contending that its work in China supported a Chinese family planning policy of coercive abortion and involuntary sterilization. UNFPA has vehemently denied that it does.

Organizations that had pressed Obama to make the abortion-ban change were jubilant.”

Isn’t that nice?  If we are going to help foreign countries kill innocent babies, then perhaps we should support multiple avenues in order to offer the best coverage, just in case one organization isn’t capable of killing enough children.  O’ is also expected to allow federal funding for stem cell research.  I guess I can figure out what sort of justices are going to be put on the Supreme Court when it’s time to nominate a new justice. And, history’s greatest genocide strides forth with a bold new assurance…

I wonder – truly wonder – if people really know what they are cheering for when they hear the bold, nationalistic rhetoric that speaks of Americans being better and Americans leading the world, but fail to see policies being enacted that lead to the senseless deaths of millions of innocent children.  America is better than this and I hope that one day we see the evil that abortion is.  In the meantime, aren’t you glad at the fiscal responsibility being shown here by your elected official?  In the midst of a recession, America has decided that the best use of taxpayer money is to send funds overseas to kill foreign babies.

O’ Baby, Can This Be True?

Filed under: Politics,Religion — dangrdave @ 12:06 am

So, I read today (here) that “Fidel Castro believes in Obama.”  That’s right, that champion of liberty and democracy, Fidel Castro, actually hopes that the new President can carry out his ideas.  Now, am I the only one who wonders why a dictator and a communist is praising our newest president and his ideas?  Could it be that he knows something that we don’t about where some specific policies are likely to lead?  It just makes me wonder…

Also, you may love this little tidbit that should make you proud to be an American: The new president is expected to reverse a ban on federal funding for NGOs that offer abortions and abortion counseling outside of the US (here).  In other words, since we are “really going to reform spending in DC,” the new president has decided that a good use of America’s tax money should be to help kill babies in foreign countries.  That’s classy!  Apparently, O thinks that interrogation methods in Guatanamo and elsewhere is harsh and gives America a bad image to the world, but there’s nothing harsh or embarassing about the most blessed country on earth going and helping other countries kill innocent babies.

The liberals cry foul when a member of the armed forces kills a civilian; they say that we have lost our moral ability to lead; they call us barbarians.  Yet, where are the cries from the liberals when our country decides that it’s good policy to help foreign nations kill their own children?  Double standard?  Yep.  We, obviously, have no right to kill a terrorist or a genuine scum-bag that’s killing his own countrymen or ours, but we have all the right in the world to kill people who did nothing other than being conceived.

The liberals, in general, care more about a tree than a human being; in some places, you can go to jail for cutting down a tree, but killing a human is hunkey-dorey.  I thought it would have taken more than two days before such actions were taken, but I guess I was wrong.  Thanks to all of those who voted for rhetoric, eloquence and entitlements over conscience!  History’s largest genocide continues on!

November 18, 2008

A Good Video

Filed under: Religion — dangrdave @ 12:22 pm
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If you get a chance, you should check out Trint’s Work From Home Friday video, which really has a good message.  Trint is quite a creative fellow, and I’m sure you will appreciate his hard work and deep thoughts on this video!  Perhaps one day I will do something with video, since Trint is always setting the bar so high on what is expected of bloggers…I’m sure that my fan (I think I have one out there…bueller…bueller) would appreciate that.

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