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Making Amerika Great One Swastika at a Time

aunt-beulahBy Aunt Beulah

Aunt Beulah is a former comatose pseudonym who woke from her slumber when the country lobbed a grenade through her nursing home window.

Is it not refreshing to see America and its citizens finally paving The Path to the Moral High Ground? It’s about time we jumped on High Horse and galloped over the Constitution of the United States of America. Just between you and me, I feel the US Constitution and Bill of Rights, not to mention the Declaration of Independence, are pretty lame. After all, the Founding Fathers of this country couldn’t even be bothered to establish a State religion or mention Christianity at all in any of these documents. I’m almost positive that was an oversight, although I can’t be sure as I wasn’t there and there was no Twitter. Perhaps they were sidetracked while separating church from state and couldn’t find their way back to the pew to ask for guidance. Damn Deists. Horrifying Humanists. Sensible Secularists.  What were they thinking by leaving the construal of those documents to the commoners?!

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The Value of Faith?

A Google quote-of-the-day caught my eye this morning. It amounted to a backhanded slap to the arrogance of humanity. After all, we’re all so damned important or so we think.

The greatest mystery is not that we have been flung at random between the profusion of matter and of the stars, but that within this prison we can draw from ourselves images powerful enough to deny our nothingness.

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I will fight no more forever – Time for a State religion

God knows, I’ve resisted. In my mind and heart, I know this great nation has survived the past two and a quarter centuries largely because of the wisdom our founding fathers crafted into the documents upon which the nation is built. Central to that foundation is the separation of church and state mandated in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.

But as time goes on, the din of a vocal mob of self righteous evangelicals becomes more tiring than I care to mention. Although I’m inflicted by birth and by training with a deductive bent, I’m always amazed at how members of this group always profess to be so much smarter than am I. They seem to have all the answers to so many questions most of which I have no interest in asking in the first place. But with the power of the media, cable and satellite TV, the internet and of course the good old door knock, they’ve left me no place to hide.

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