a bad god would first smoke out satan thus proving to himself that he made a mistake by creating him in the first place. there you go! any more?
I believe the words I used before was "pathetic, worthless, meaningless, disappointing, useless excuse of an answer". It was true back then, and it's true now. Satan is suppose to be eeeeeeeeevil; so "smok[ing] out Satan" sounds like it would be A Good Thing. Especially since the only
'bad thing' about this is that god would get his poor widdle ego bruised. God's supposed to be a big boy, but you paint him as a big baby for not being able to accept one little mistake, let alone doing something about it.
Speaking of babies, it sounds like I need to take babies steps with you about my question. Instead of asking what would a bad god do, maybe I need to help you by pointing out examples of your "good god" in action, and ask what "bad god" would do instead.
What would "bad god" do in reaction to Adam and Eve eating from the tree of knowledge?
"Good god" ordered a man to kill his son as a test of character. Would "bad god" do such a thing? Yes or no. If yes, then how is it different? If no, then why?
"Good god" ordered the slaughter of everyone already living in the promised land to make room for his chosen ones. What would "bad god" have done instead?
"Good god" once killed a baby sired by King David. Would "bad god" have done this? Yes or no. If yes, then how is it different? If no, then why?
EDIT: I typed this up before seeing Astreja's posts. I see she posted some of the same questions. I'd still like to see the rest answered.