Blogs 4 Brownback

July 2, 2007

LDS: Still Crazy After All These Years

Filed under: Election 2008,Idiocy,Mormonism,RINOs — Psycheout @ 11:31 pm

Thanks to our friends at the Political Pale Horse for this tidbit:

Emma Nemecek, a Brownback for President staffer, sent an email to the Romney campaign about his Mormon faith. The Salt Lake Tribune reported that Nemecek said in the email “the only thing Christianity and the LDS Church has in common is the name of Jesus Christ, and the LDS Jesus is not the same Jesus of the Christian faith.” She went on to say “those who claim that [the] LDS [faith] is a Christian denomination don’t know Mormon or Christian theology.”

Never underestimate the intelligence of the average American voter.

Aside: Ever notice that LDS (Latter Day Saints) is an anagram of LSD? Makes you think, doesn’t it? No wonder they wear magical underpants (“garments”). They probably keep the angry dragons away (especially when infrequently laundered).

A further aside: I wonder when the Scientologists will front a Presidential candidate. A religion based on crappy science fiction from the 1950s? What’s next? Heaven’s Gate? The Nike party?

— Psycheout


  1. Ever notice that LDS (Latter Day Saints) is an anagram of LSD?

    Or DSL? Does that mean that Mitt is secretly a member of the Slow Party?

    Comment by ChenZhen — July 2, 2007 @ 11:49 pm | Reply

  2. We’re not your friends. Please don’t make this mistake again.

    Comment by Political Pale Horse — July 2, 2007 @ 11:51 pm | Reply

  3. I just got a great email from Political Pale Horse. It’s great to know that we have such wonderful friends. The entire B4B team was thrilled and touched by the endorsement. For privacy reasons I will not make the email public, but they like us, they really like us. And we reciprocate.

    Thanks, PPH! Group Hug!

    Comment by Psycheout — July 3, 2007 @ 12:11 am | Reply

  4. DSL… Very good ChenZhen. I never would have thought of that. I wonder what it means. DHL, I could understand. But DSL… It’s a strange world.

    Comment by Psycheout — July 3, 2007 @ 12:14 am | Reply

  5. What I’d like to know is how long after Sam Brownback is elected President will it be before those Mormons and Jehovahs Watchtower Witnesses are charged with felonies for pestering Christians. It is nothing short of terrorism against real Christians what they do.

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — July 3, 2007 @ 7:39 am | Reply

  6. Not the same Jesus? That must mean that either:
    1. There were two such progeny of the Lord named Jesus Christ.
    2. They are worshipping a false Jesus.

    Either way, they are correct about one thing–Mormonism is not a Christian denomination. Now that that’s out in the open, can we return to talking about why Brownback will destroy the candidates that actually matter so we can ignore this heathenistic swine called Romney?

    Comment by Fascinated and Confused — July 3, 2007 @ 8:29 am | Reply

  7. My god, while you are at it, why don’t you Bats for Brownback go back to smearing Catholics as “spiritual cannibals”? That whole consubstantiation vs. transsubstantiation thing, remember? I thought we dealt with that kind of prejudice back in 1960.

    Or better yet, why don’t you go find a Jewish public official and start calling him a Christ killer? I thought we dealt with that kind of prejudice back in 1945.

    If you want to go after Romney on issues, go for it. But this crap is beyond the pale.

    Are Mormon doctrines wacky? Sure. I like a good glass of wine now and then. But the fruits of the religion–stable happy families, clean and sober and productive citizens–are just fine.

    That is why Mormonism, however new and hokey, is a much better faith than an “established” religion like Islam, which has brought the world nothing but slavery, torture, and murder.

    Frankly, I’d rather have Mormons for neighbors than you creeps.

    Comment by Nick Byram — July 3, 2007 @ 9:38 am | Reply

  8. What’s wrong with these crazy people? Don’t they know Jesus is Lord? People like them belong in prison. Or in the grave. Why can’t we just kill them all now, and get it over with?

    Comment by Marcia P. — July 3, 2007 @ 10:38 am | Reply

  9. Wow, I can’t believe the vitriol and bigotry here. Incredible. Do you realize, Marcia, that you are basically calling for the extermination of a entire group of people, that puts you in the same category as Hitler. You realize that despite Mormons obvious differences in doctrine, we generally live good moral lives and espouse many of the same moral principles you all do (except for the apparent acceptance of Genocide). It is fine that you don’t think Mormons are Christian, if this is how Christians view their common man, I don’t want to be considered Christian.
    By the way, how is what Mormonism does on par with Terrorism, last I heard we weren’t blowing up cars or killing people randomly. Based upon the comments here I would think many of you would be more aptly compared to Terrorists. Which leads me to the title of the piece and referring to Mormons as Crazy. Again, re-read what you all just wrote, sounds a little irrational and crazy to me, but what do I know I am just a terrorist crazy Mormon.

    Finally, I am Mormon and I believe Jesus is Lord, as do all Mormons. Get your facts straight.

    Comment by Swint — July 3, 2007 @ 11:27 am | Reply

  10. Hitler killed the ancestors of Jesus Christ. There is nothing remotely Christ-like about the Mormons with their harems of wives and space ships. Big difference and you know it too, Swint.

    Just ignore him, Marcia. Don’t let that troll bait you.

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — July 3, 2007 @ 11:34 am | Reply

  11. You may not be killing people, Swint, but by your actions you’re condemning to eternal damnation your own soul, those of your children and anyone else you may convert to your Satan-cult. At least when terrorists kill a good Christian, they’re sending a soul to heaven.

    Comment by Onan — July 3, 2007 @ 11:34 am | Reply

  12. You are so right, Onan. Someone who promotes the Mormon cult might as well be leading innocent lambs into a slaughterhouse.

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — July 3, 2007 @ 11:37 am | Reply

  13. Hmmm, I see, I have harems of wives. You guys are funny. It is one thing to be against Mormonism, even to believe that we are satanic but to call for the extermination and murder of anybody, let alone 13 Million people is quite ridiculous and really demonstrates your ignorance and small mindedness. I may belong to an apparent “satanic cult” but I seem to be the only rational person here, despite my heretical and crazy views. It is incredible that such sentiments can still be found in today’s America.

    Comment by Swint — July 3, 2007 @ 11:43 am | Reply

  14. I have watched Big Love on HBO so I know excatly what you people are all about. Polygamy is a sin and it is very illegal.

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — July 3, 2007 @ 11:46 am | Reply

  15. Well stated Nick Byrum.

    Comment by Swint — July 3, 2007 @ 11:52 am | Reply

  16. Fine, Swint. Take your vote and your wives’ votes, and pull the lever for Barack Osama Obama in November 2008. If Brownback can do without Colorado, he can most certainly do without Utah. Come January 2009, you Mormons will be sorry for turning your back on the Christian Party to cavort with sodomites and evildoers across the aisle.

    Comment by Sisyphus — July 3, 2007 @ 11:54 am | Reply

  17. Yeah, because Big Love is accurate. If that is where you are getting your info on LDS, you may want to check your sources. Those fundamentalist groups are still living polygamy are not LDS. They are break offs of our church much like all of you are from Catholicism. Anyone who lives polygamy is excommunicated from the Church without question. Get your facts straight. I am not just some low uninformed Mormon, I know the Church better than most and have held significant leadership responsibilities. I know where we stand on it. You may want to work on your sources.

    Comment by Swint — July 3, 2007 @ 11:55 am | Reply

  18. lol for comment #16. Good times.

    Comment by Swint — July 3, 2007 @ 11:56 am | Reply

  19. And you Mr. Swint, might want to work on accepting that Jesus Chrsit will not be coming back for you in a space ship. If you don’t get out of that cult you are so fond of He won’t be coming back for you at all.

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — July 3, 2007 @ 12:00 pm | Reply

  20. Isn’t DSL one of the kinds of internets? All God-fearing people should stay away from that one! One minute you might be reading the free republic or this fine blog, the next minute you’re changing your name to “Wavy Gravy”, marrying 12 wives (and probably cheating on them all – LOL) and voting for the Democrat Party! All good Christians beware!!!

    Comment by Eduardo — July 3, 2007 @ 12:16 pm | Reply

  21. Where do you get this Spaceship thing? What on earth are you talking about? Is this another Mormon legend like Mormon’s have horns and Mormon’s pray in boxes?

    Comment by Swint — July 3, 2007 @ 12:23 pm | Reply

  22. “Well stated Nick Byrum.

    Comment by Swint — July 3, 2007 @ 11:52 am”

    Swint: I am beginning to think this site is a gag, designed to caricature Mr. Brownback. Surely his supporters can’t be this demented and/or stupid?

    I mean, if it was a pro-Ron Paul website, that would be one thing…. 🙂

    Whatever my doctrinal differences with Mormons (e.g., alcohol) the ones I know as friends and business associates are nothing short of outstanding people.

    But the people here get wackier:

    “I have watched Big Love on HBO so I know excatly what you people are all about. Polygamy is a sin and it is very illegal.”

    And we all KNOW how fair and accurate the “Gay-Bee-Oh” network is toward people of any faith. (snicker)

    “Fine, Swint. Take your vote and your wives’ votes, and pull the lever for Barack Osama Obama in November 2008.”

    He done found us out, Swint. Because we don’t like cheap shots, we’re really Barack Obama plants. (snort, chuckle)

    For the record, my favorite Republican nominee for now is Duncan Hunter.

    Comment by Nick Byram — July 3, 2007 @ 12:23 pm | Reply

  23. Nick, I hope you are right.

    By the way, I am so intrigued by this whole column and the comments that I blogged about it on my site:

    Comment by Swint — July 3, 2007 @ 12:33 pm | Reply

  24. This thread is starting to feel like a RINO stampede.

    Comment by Sisyphus — July 3, 2007 @ 12:35 pm | Reply

  25. Sam Brownback is an anagram for “Warm scab knobs”.

    Comment by Salmo — July 3, 2007 @ 2:04 pm | Reply

  26. Swint, this site is run by ignorant narrow minded fools that enjoying tossing random insults at people. The think they’re Christian yet go against the Bible. Math is evil according to them…and they forget that Jesus was a carpenter..which is a whole lot of math. You’re doing quite well actually. Soon you can put them all together like me and others with a head screwed on halfway straight. I’m the Liberal Heathen Feminazied Werewolf-ish Witch courtesy of Crockett. Welcome to the club. 🙂
    Just thought I’d let ya know that you’re not alone here.

    Comment by La Mona — July 3, 2007 @ 6:53 pm | Reply

  27. I can’t recall the last time I found so many ignorant people in one place at the same time.

    Comment by CJ — July 3, 2007 @ 9:46 pm | Reply

  28. Congratulations, CJ. You’re obviously one of them.

    Comment by Psycheout — July 3, 2007 @ 10:32 pm | Reply

  29. For the record, my favorite Republican nominee for now is Duncan Hunter.

    For the record, nobody cares.

    Next, please.

    Comment by Psycheout — July 3, 2007 @ 10:33 pm | Reply

  30. If you are a Brownback Catholic (or Brownback Evangelical), you may be interested in noting this recent review of Hugh Hewitt’s book on Mitt Romney Dr. Francis Beckwith in a Magazine called “First Things”. Hugh considers it his favorite review and most important venue. Francis Beckwith is associate professor of philosophy and church-state studies at Baylor University, and co-editor of The New Mormon Challenge. He is a great friend of Craig Hazen and the scholars at Biola University. Perhaps most interestingly, he recently returned to the Catholic Church, and considers himself an Evangelical Catholic.

    “First Things” magazine is a major meeting ground of Conservative Catholic and Evangelical thinkers and run by a genius Catholic Priest by the name of Richard John Neuhaus. Richard was the instigator of a ground-breaking document published in 1994 called “Evangelicals and Catholics Together”.

    Here’s some neat paragraphs from Beckwith’s review, part of which I think describes your sorry approach:

    As for “the Mormon Question,” Hewitt accurately presents LDS theology and does a fine job of shooting down (here’s the part about you) the sorts of ridiculous bigotries that Romney will likely face during his run. Hewitt also offers clear and persuasive responses to several more serious objections to Romney’s candidacy—for example, “A Mormon president will supercharge Mormons’ missionary work,” “[Mormonism] is just too weird.” Most important, Hewitt addresses what I call the Creedal Mistake.

    This mistake occurs when a Christian citizen believes that the planks of his creed are the best standard by which to judge the suitability of a political candidate. For example, suppose a Presbyterian votes for one of Romney’s primary opponents solely on the basis of the governor’s rejection of the Nicene Creed.

    If one does not support Romney’s candidacy, it should not be because he is a Mormon. It should be because one has good reason to believe he is not the best candidate for the office. That is the message of Hewitt’s book. It is one that would resonate with Martin Luther, who once tersely said, “I’d rather be ruled by a competent Turk than an incompetent Christian.”
    Note that, as a Latter-day Saint, I do not complain about the Catholic church’s conduct during the inquisition, or the Baptist’s support for slavery or racial prejudice. We’d appreciate you doing the same. And I assure you that, If Brownback is the nomination, he will be voted for by 60% of Catholics, 70% of Evangelicals, and 80% of Latter-day Saints.

    Love & Thanks,
    Steve St.Clair
    by the way … I invite you to take a look at what the Latter-day Saints are teaching and hearing TODAY …. NOT 150 YEARS AGO!

    Comment by Steve St.Clair — July 14, 2007 @ 9:42 pm | Reply

  31. I am a mormon. Their weird temple voodoo is done behind gated walls with security guards for a reason,if I told you you would think I was exaggerating and other LDS folks will lie for their church, they are coached in spin and deception. The only reason I stay is because I have a six figure job and I am forced to pay tithing to keep it, and it is madnatory for me to be an active member,including frequent Temple trips. The show Big Love is fun because I know how it steams the membership, check out the Salamander Society and The Proclamation on the Seed of Cain, There are a great % of us in the employ of the church who are atheists or non believers, They pay well and have good benefits. They waste money on extravagant parties and dinners, My associates pad their expense accounts with impunity. Most Utah Mormons have a 100 mile rule on drinking and cheating on their wives, a lot of the brothels in Nevada are LDS owned. They’re a lovely bunch of coconuts and I enjoy gossiping about them. Every word can be checked out on Google


    Comment by frank wu — August 25, 2007 @ 8:37 pm | Reply

  32. By the way that urine soaked acid selling drunk obnoxious guy who said “what we had in mind was breakfast in bed for 400,000” dressed like a clown.

    Who’s other claim to fame was being an LSD taster for Ken Kesey in The Elctric Koolaid Acid Test. Is Hugh Romney a cousin or uncle to MITT ROMNEY. He has his own conservative news letter The Hogfarm.also check out The Salmander Society (LDS Lampoon) and Proclamation on the Seed of Cain. The LDS view on “negroes and Negresses” their words.

    This shows the depths of racial prejudice of Americas only true religion. Its a good read. Memebrs and non members should read it opens the eyes and helps you stp apologizing for this cult

    Comment by frank wu — August 25, 2007 @ 9:28 pm | Reply

  33. Mormonism is a cult, plain and simple. If I had it my way, every member would be dead. Sure, it sounds a lot like Hitler or Stalin, but the Church of Latter-day Saints does no good. I’m not exactly a dedicated Christian, but I believe the Mormons’ use of Christ’s name is blasphemyin itself. I don’t have any problem with Islam, Buddhism, Shintoism, Hinduism or any other proper religion, but one thing that really pisses me off is the Church of Latter-day Saints. I think it’s a crying shame that Lilburn Boggs’ Extermination Order didn’t work out.

    Comment by Moormin'ater — September 1, 2007 @ 10:10 pm | Reply

  34. Dear Moormin’ater,
    I was excommunuicated by the Mormon Church, but your views about killing others saddens and concerns me. If how others live does not hurt you or another, why would you choose to violently hurt some one? Where does your animosity come from? I want to understand.
    Jeff Foli

    Comment by Jeff Foli — April 18, 2008 @ 3:17 pm | Reply

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