Friday, September 24, 2010

Baiting the IRS with pulpit politics

The Tennessean is reporting 7 Tennessee pastors will 'bait' IRS with pulpit politics. It's the annual  Alliance Defense Fund stunt and it appears to be Republican only. Glenn Beck speaks out of both sides of his mouth in promoting this initiative in what is nothing but a 'passion play' on the false two party system.

It might not be so bad if the churches were anti-war, anti-IRS and Federal Reserve, even anti-criminal politician urging their flock to clean house and throw out the money changers but that's not what this is all about.

Of course this kind of thing goes on all the time without actually naming who to vote for. Think John Hagee and his christian zionist scam.

I recently was told of a local church where the Democrats sit on the left side with the Republicans on the right so in these kinds of situations promoting one party would cause division. That's why I think the churches participating in the 'pulpit politics' game have figured out the leanings of their congregation.

Will the IRS go after these churches? No, it solidifies the corrupt system with divisiveness and that's what matters most to those at the top of the illusion.


  1. The L33TS tremble in fear of our magic bullhorns and keyboards.

  2. Cool piece by Joe bageant and follow up on Suzans' blog;

    I won't sign up to comment, so, just sayin, its a wonderful read.

    Love the quip regarding the thrush.

  3. Everyone should read the written decision by SCOTUS where they try to justify the blatantly unconstitutional law that gives tax exemptions to religious groups.

    It is truly a masterpiece of twisted logic and double think.