Christianity Johnson on 20 Aug 2008 01:16 am
As described in this post, Barack Obama and John McCain met with Rick Warren at Saddleback Church last Saturday. We learned many things from the discussion, but the most important thing we learned is that Christians cheat. Even in nationally broadcast events, Christians cheat without shame or apology.
The New York Times and many other outlets reported on the cheating:
This article summarizes the situation nicely:
I was also shocked by how disrespectfully Warren dismissed Obama supporters’ complaints about John McCain not being in a “cone of silence” where he couldn’t hear the questions as “sour grapes” — which kind of implies Obama lost the contest. The fact is, Warren knew that McCain hadn’t arrived yet when he started the event, but he nonetheless told the audience the GOP contender was in a “cone of silence” that sounded very much like a green room without television or radio. That sounds like a lie, Rick, and lying is wrong. It breaks one of the Ten Commandments.
This video is as amusing as it is incriminating. Its title is “McCain the Mindreader”
Why would Christians lie and cheat on national television even though their God specifically forbids lying in the 10 commandments? Because:
If you are a Christian and you would like to end your delusion, these two web sites will help: