Friday, July 22, 2011

Rick Perry gets "The Call."

Many evangelicals and fundamentalists think they have put their fates in God's hands and feel they are following the plan God has for them.

Wirehead, out technical editor,  worked with a pleasant fundamentalist women who started showing up to work late and got fired.

She took a stoic view of her predicament and said that her present job was not part of God's plan for her.

Rick Perry thinks he knows God's plan for him.

Rick Perry stated:

But I’m getting more and more comfortable every day that this is what I’ve been called to do. This is what America needs.”

When a conservative politician starts talking about The Call, you know he or she is serious about running for office.

Perry is hardly the first to receive a presidential summons from the heavens. George W. Bush said God had made clear that He wanted GW Bush to become commander in chief.

Rightardia suspects Bush may have been talking to Satan based on the mess he created in the Middle East and the torture under the guise of enhanced interrogation techniques.

Michele Bachmann and Herman Cain have also said they are running at God’s behest. In contrast, Mike Huckabee explained that his decision not to run for president was based on God’s guidance.

What is all of the God talk about?  Essentially, Republicans are trying to fire up evangelicals and fundamentalists who helped propel GW Bush into the presidency.


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