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Monday, March 01, 2004
Max Standard's important thoughts on The Passion of the Christ and Traitor Tim Robbins
By Max Standard
Matt Drudge has once again done a great service to God & Country by reporting that John Kerry is ensnared by the terrorists! Covering a bit of a news that the liberal media has worked hard to keep from Americans, unless you count The New York Times, which you shouldn't because only liberals read it, Drudge writes:
Democrat frontrunner John Kerry is not sure God is on America's side in the war terrorism. Kerry made the startling comments during Sunday's Democrat presidential debate in New York City.If Kerry wants to know the answer to this most brilliant of questions, I suggest he go and see America's favorite movie, The Passion of the Christ (Mel Gibson, 2004). In it, he will see God's son, who is also 1/3 of God, beaten and tortured for a couple of hours by those I like to call the terrorists before he is crucified and killed. At the end, however, after a couple of day's rest that can't help but remind the audience of how America waited before attacking Afghanistan, God's son -Jesus Christ, rose from the dead and unleashed a torrent of bombs and missiles unlike anything the world had ever seen before, even if the display was primitive by our standards. The terrorists were killed off in large numbers, with only what were believed be small numbers of civilian casualties, although nobody actually bothered to do a count or anything.
"Who else could have done something this magnificent?" Matthew, Mark, Luke and/or John were quoted as saying. "Truly this is the son of God."
But God's son wasn't finished. He was flown in a combat jet to the highest mountain. There he came out and placed an American flag for all to see. Then he pulled out another American flag from his bag and proceeded to impale Osama bin Laden, who was waiting for Muhammad at a falafel stand that Osama's family had built.
"The terrorists have been defeated," Jesus said. "Too bad they had such good taste in food."
In this movie, I play a victim of abuse and violence, and if you are out there and have had that tragedy befall you there is no shame or weakness in seeking help and counseling.And:
It sometimes is the strongest thing you can do to stop the cycle of violence.Clearly this is an attack on President Bush!
God and Gibson bless the heroic Hollywood Resistance Force!