Patterico's Pontifications

10/29/2009

Sure, Larry David Would Piss On Obama

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 10:32 pm



Via Instapundit, the Anchoress asks, about the “Curb Your Enthusiasm” episode where Larry David accidentally pisses on a portrait of Christ:

But for an “artist” to make an identical satirical “joke” on Obama and his adorers? That would take great courage. . . . [I]f Larry David could see the humor in pissing on Christ and the excesses of Catholic piety, surely he must see the humor in pissing on Obama . . .

I’m sure he could, actually. Has the Anchoress ever watched the show?

I’ve never seen this show . . .

Oh. Well, then, let me explain how it would play out.

Larry David’s character is (to some degree, at least) based on himself, and I believe David is actually an Obama supporter. So he wouldn’t deliberately piss on Obama as that character. But since he is the goat in every episode, I can easily envision an episode where, say, he meets a strong Obama supporter who has a picture of Obama in their house — and then David accidentally pisses on Obama (as he accidentally pissed on Christ in the very funny episode to which the Anchoress refers but has not seen). Then the Obama supporter concludes David is an Obama hater and racist, and David is left sputtering in protest that he loves Obama, he gave him money, etc. etc.

Yeah, I can see that. It might even be pretty funny.

P.S. I know several people who say I remind them of Larry David. What do you think?

68 Responses to “Sure, Larry David Would Piss On Obama”

  1. tumbling in the
    rushing piss
    musty wet pelts
    glistening in the hah I piss on you head stupid little president man in you face

    happyfeet (f62c43)

  2. […] take is here. And yes, I voted “no” in the above poll. Maybe that’s because I saw the […]

    Patterico’s Pontifications » Curb Your Enthusiasm (e4ab32)

  3. Costanzerrico, I can see that. This show was one that I tried to like, back in the day, but I could never get into it. I also gave up on HBO quite a while back. Given that Mr David’s ex, and her BFF Ms Crow, are rabid Gore apologists I really have no interest in anything he does. Especially if it might put money in his pocket. Have to say that Seinfeld was quite good, although of its time.

    Gazzer (3bd236)

  4. I admit it, that clip was funny. And I hope the similarity you share with David is your wry sense of humor and not that you talk to yourself.

    DRJ (dff2ca)

  5. Would Larry David pee on a photo of Obama? My guess is that he never would have done so when Obama had approval ratings in the 70s, but would do so now that he has slipped back to a 50/50 Presidency. Such passes as “courage” and “iconoclasm” in Hollywood.

    JVW (d32e06)

  6. Honestly folks, I’m surprised that you think anyone would urinate on a portrait of POTUS in Hollywood. If you like Larry David, of course you think he would think it funny and edgy.

    His history of political commentary says otherwise.

    I like asking when he is going to urinate on a Koran as part of his show.

    That would be edgy.

    But it would never, ever happen.

    Make fun of Christians, sure.

    Make fun of Muslims. Um, not so much.

    Eric Blair (dd11cc)

  7. And I hope the similarity you share with David is your wry sense of humor and not that you talk to yourself.

    I have a very deadpan sense of humor. Not everybody gets it.

    But it goes beyond that, to mannerisms and a lot of his outlook. Look at him at the very beginning of that scene — the look on his face. That’s me.

    Patterico (64318f)

  8. Yup, that Larry David is sure a subtle humorist. A regular Jonathan Swift.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/larry-david/the-roving-thoughts-of-a-_b_3287.html

    Um. Not so much. But never fear: he thinks he is a laff riot.

    Eric Blair (dd11cc)

  9. I like him.

    Patterico (64318f)

  10. I have this feeling that you like the projection and image of the man. My guess is that you would find him a howling and preening hypocrite in real life.

    Most actors are parakeets.

    Your mileage may vary, of course.

    Eric Blair (dd11cc)

  11. Yeah, but that’s the thing. This is more of a missed opportunity than a “oh, how scandalous!”

    Curb is always funnier when Larry is defending himself even though he didn’t do anything wrong intentionally, but Larry doesn’t care about Christianity, so it comes across as a “whatever.”

    Pissing on Obama would be edgy and funny and ultimately harmless, great for the show. It would get everyone talking in a good way, especially since it would prove that Liberals are in on the “Obama as Messiah” joke. Pissing on Jesus is kinda played out. It’s like, oh, ha, she’s religious, like when they, mm, and look, yeah, hmm. It’s as edgy as a Leno monologue, or have people already forgotten about a certain South Park episode that set this particular offensive bar about a mile higher?

    Will (35f5a4)

  12. “I like him”
    With all due respect, you don’t know him…I doubt he would be likeable in person, cos he’s a loon.

    Gazzer (3bd236)

  13. Now I’m intrigued. I feel like I know you even though we’ve never met, and I see you as someone who tends to be cynical and enjoys sarcasm. You hope for the best but always, always prepare for the worst — and sometimes you may even expect the worst. Is that what you see in Larry David or am I way off-base?

    DRJ (dff2ca)

  14. I’ve met Patterico…
    I’ve had lunch with Patterico…
    Laugh???
    I thought I’d never start!
    Larry David….Who cares?

    AD - RtR/OS! (c561b5)

  15. oh. Mr. Blair. I hear you, but this is one of those things that you have to talk around almost. The psycho person I like to quote cause of he is unfailingly brilliant, he always pushes back when someone says the little president man is anti-semitic. Namely he pushes back whenever that happyfeet guy says the little president man is anti-semitic.

    He explains that the little president man is basically too shallow to be anti-semitic, but I don’t think that’s his point. I’m not 100% sure but I think his point is that establishing a meme about how the little president man is anti-semitic is problematic right when Israel might could be nuked to oblivion any second on the little president man’s watch, cause, if you follow that out, it leads you to the uncomfortable place where Jews overwhelmingly voted for a little president man who’s inept and pusillanimous diplomacy failed to prevent a holocaust of their own peoples.

    So when Jews go on the HBO and piss on Jesus, it might could be uncomfortable, later, in any number of imaginable and unimaginable scenarios. Uncomfortable to where the original hah hahness of pissing on Jesus gets lost really easily. Uncomfortableness what people might could exploit. Bad people.

    So, point being, that it’s really in everybody’s best interest not to make a thing of this I think. We don’t have to say Larry David or the dirty socialists at Time Warner’s HBO used bad judgment. No. It’s best if we say nothing at all I think. In other words, when you piss on Jesus, the context in which you piss on Jesus is subject to change in unforeseen ways I think. It’s just not a wise thing to do.

    happyfeet (f62c43)

  16. There’s satire, which is a form of humor (but not the ha-ha kind), and Curb your Intellect is not it.

    Then there’s sarcasm which is satire with a sharp tongue, and that’s a form of humor (but again not the ha-ha kind), and Curb your Grey Matter is not it.

    Then there’s the dregs of society doing disgusting and highly offensive stuff and laughing brainlessly, and Curb your Brain is definitely that.

    John Hitchcock (3fd153)

  17. *whose* inept and pusillanimous diplomacy I mean

    happyfeet (f62c43)

  18. JH…You mirror my thoughts on Mr. David’s creativity.
    You may have a cookie!

    AD - RtR/OS! (c561b5)

  19. Drunk Leviticus alert:

    Watching late night cable – bad.

    Glenn Beck = the fuckin’ Will Rogers of modern conservatism – breakin’ stupid childish conspiracy theories into digestible bites for his dim-bulb viewers.

    Sorry suckas

    Oh yeah: threadjack alert!

    Leviticus (30ac20)

  20. who is “Larry David” and what is “Curb your enthusiasm”? i’ve never heard of either one before tonight.

    redc1c4 (fb8750)

  21. Kill Your Brain Cells is an idiot show that tries to be funny by being an idiot show. It is not worth your time to even try to watch it.

    John Hitchcock (3fd153)

  22. I have to respectfully disagree.

    Larry David just plain doesn’t do jokes that push the envelope like that.

    I can’t prove he wouldn’t… but he hasn’t.

    Dustin (bb61e3)

  23. A) Patterico is selling himself short… he’s a lot more than a Larry David, even if he’s wrong on this particular (and silly) topic. Larry’s predictable, boring, and cliche. Patterico may like to tell jokes and be deadpan, but he’s a serious person, whether he likes it or not. Look at the work that goes into this site + the work that goes into his day job… all to basically fight for a moral ideal. I bet there’s a lot of basis for the manner and humor style comparison, but Larry David is drastically different from the Patterico I know (and I admit, I only know him from reading this blog a few dozen times).

    B) If Larry would ‘sure’ly do this… there are clips of him doing this. Making extremely obscene fun of blacks or Obama or something like that. Not just making fun, but REALLY gross and harsh fun. Pissing on their faces. There is absolutely nothing like that because Larry thinks one category of people is just a lot less than the others. Which is a mainstream view in Hollywood.

    Larry is getting tons of press, safely. This is a tried and worn out method of doing so, and Larry, of course, knew that. Let’s not being naive about what he did. He wanted to make a disgusting joke, and could have picked Obama (which would have been a lot more interesting and cutting edge), but picked Jesus. He certainly is playing himself on that show.

    Dustin (bb61e3)

  24. the whole thing loses the meaning if its not Christ because the joke is on TEARS vis a vis “miracle”. Its just rather laboured for LD

    hilary (7ff1f5)

  25. Absolutely Larry David would piss on Obama – I have no doubt. I’m pretty certain there is nothing out of bounds for Larry David if he thought it was funny. He had a (hilarious) scene in which a holocaust survivor got into a argument with a past contestant from the Survivor TV show about which one had it harder! His character manufactured a sexual abuse history to “fit in” at a sexual abuse support group – and that was in the first season!

    Dustin you clearly haven’t watched the show much if you don’t think Larry hasn’t made fun of black people. Of course his raison d’être is in mocking the sensitivities surrounding racial issues (or other social norms), so he’s usually the butt of the joke. He’s constantly being accused – rightly or wrongly – of being racist. I do recall one episode where he got caught drawing “wood” from an extended hug with a black grandmother – but maybe that’s not the obscene or gross you had in mind.

    Pat, if you remind people of Larry, remind me to never ask you to post an obituary notice for my beloved aunt 😉

    Bob Loblaw (370cef)

  26. I don’t think there is are many places that I enjoyed that I haven’t been banned from.

    Be it BBS’s from the 80’s, games and boards from the 90’s, or blogs now.

    Sometimes you have to cross the line in humor or in statement, to make a point.

    Though sometimes that humor or point itself crosses the line before you get to the punchline or the point.

    I don’t think the outrage of the larry david piss christ conflict has much to do with either, it’s more about cowardice.

    What if he was visiting a jew, and pissed on the pocket torah? or was visiting a neighboring muslim and pissed on the koran?

    If you say it’s silly to think that there would be a torah or a koran in the bathroom, then how about you think about how silly it is that there is a depiction jesus positioned above the toilet?

    It’s the overall insult to christianity, and the indifference to christian values that makes this offensive.

    If the assaults were leveled equally, then. . . Okay. (though I got to say the resteraunt episode where he keeps defending his tourettes afflicted chef with “he’s a survivor” thing was brilliant)

    but jews and christians don’t kill people.

    not at all edgy. run out of toilet paper and use the koran to whipe your bum? THAT’s edgy comedy.

    Then spend the episode trying to replace it.

    THAT’s Edgy.

    Pissing on christ? been there done that, not a surprise, believers know that that will happen anyways, cuz that’s what most of them actually believe.

    And I’m an atheist.

    Douglas (2c3ce5)

  27. Patterico, you say that David’s character in the show is always the “goat.” I would substitute “asshole.” And I believe the character is absolutely true to life. I cannot stand the show, nor Larry David.

    Beldar (ec19a5)

  28. BTW, I don’t hold it against you that you like him. De gustibus non est disputandum. But personally, I would cross the street to avoid being within spitting distance of that creep.

    Beldar (ec19a5)

  29. Waiting for an entrepreneur to come up with an Obama toilet . . . .

    The home renovation Dana (3e4784)

  30. No offense to our gracious host … well, actually, sometimes you have to offend … there is one hell of a chasm between pissing on a picture of Christ and pissing on a picture of Obama.

    nk (df76d4)

  31. Larry David, and the rest of you Christian haters, will never Piss on Mohammad or make jokes about Allah. Unlike Christians, Islam will put out a Fatwa and KILL you.

    PCD (1d8b6d)

  32. Oh, I have a friend that has put Obama’s picture on rolls of toilet paper. $10 per roll.

    PCD (1d8b6d)

  33. You know, i don’t get offended by the peeing part. I mean the joke was that it was inappropriate, so saying it was inappropriate is officially not getting the joke.

    it was the moment after where these christians are depicted as leaping to the conclusion that it was a miracle. Really, they are in a restroom and they couldn’t think of any other way for the “tear” to be on jesus’ face? I mean forget anything that gets to the “truth” in this fictional scenario, but how about this? he was washing his hands and a stray droplet flings to the picture?

    So what offends me is that they are portraying them as quick to believe without any attempt to eliminate or explore other explanations. and i wonder if he would portray any other religious group, in particular his religious group (presuming he is religious at all) in the same fashion.

    A.W. (e7d72e)

  34. I have a very deadpan sense of humor. Not everybody gets it.

    — Patterico

    I’ve met Patterico…
    I’ve had lunch with Patterico…
    Laugh???
    I thought I’d never start!

    — AD – RtR/OS!

    See what I mean?

    Patterico (64318f)

  35. I mean the joke was that it was inappropriate, so saying it was inappropriate is officially not getting the joke.

    It’s no joke to me, even if the “joke” is that it’s inappropriate.

    Gerald A (a66d02)

  36. PCD

    gotta say that is pretty disrespectful. i mean i think obama is a terrible president, but i reserve toilet paper imagery for people like bin laden and kim jung il.

    A.W. (e7d72e)

  37. Our Windy City barrister wrote:

    No offense to our gracious host … well, actually, sometimes you have to offend … there is one hell of a chasm between pissing on a picture of Christ and pissing on a picture of Obama.

    Yeah: For our friends on the left, the latter is the worse offense, while the former is, well, art.

    The Dana who doesn't always appreciate great art (3e4784)

  38. it was the moment after where these christians are depicted as leaping to the conclusion that it was a miracle. Really, they are in a restroom and they couldn’t think of any other way for the “tear” to be on jesus’ face?

    It was at eye level. The joke was that he was taking some kind of medication that caused him to pee like a horse, and the backsplash was so great that it went everywhere. He would come out of a bathroom with dozens of drops down the front of his jacket and such. I’m still laughing just thinking about it.

    Patterico (64318f)

  39. Now I’m intrigued. I feel like I know you even though we’ve never met, and I see you as someone who tends to be cynical and enjoys sarcasm. You hope for the best but always, always prepare for the worst — and sometimes you may even expect the worst. Is that what you see in Larry David or am I way off-base?

    You’d have to ask my office mate for an outside perspective.

    It’s hard to explain, but the mannerisms and the outlook are similar in many ways.

    But I don’t think Beldar would hate me if he met me. Maybe, like Drew, he would never start laughing. But I don’t think he would hate me.

    Patterico (64318f)

  40. A.W.,

    I’m going to make up a roll with Mohammad’s picture on it and demand Larry David use it as a joke on his show. It’s all “art”, don’t ya know?

    PCD (1d8b6d)

  41. Look, David has always been this way – the reason that Seinfeld was so successful is that it was a collaboration between him and the star of the show. Seinfeld would often take David’s core ideas and soften the rough edges, hence you rarely winced when viewing Seinfeld, but this show often makes me squirm.

    As for his political incorrectness, yeah, I do think he’d urinate on Obama’s picture. He’s done past episodes where he’s been mistaken for a raging anti – Semite, a noxious racist and a pedophile. Some I find hilarious, others not so much. This clip I obviously love, since David regularly takes on the annoying manners and customs of truly boorish people, of which we seem to have a plethora around these days. So on that point, I love his takes on jerks like these.

    And since when does anyone care what an entertainer is really like on a personal level? I judge the guy on his work, not his private life.

    Dmac (a964d5)

  42. I mean, he married an unbelievable hag of a woman – and lost half of his immense fortune in the bargain. ’nuff said on that score.

    Dmac (a964d5)

  43. Patterico

    I think you are missing my point, possibly because of ambiguous pronouns. I am complaining solely about how the Christians are being depicted. So, when I say “it was the moment after where these christians are depicted as leaping to the conclusion that it was a miracle. Really, they are in a restroom and they couldn’t think of any other way for the ‘tear’ to be on jesus’ face?” what I am trying to say is that these Christians are depicted as leaping to the conclusion that the liquid was miraculous. The “they” in the second sentence are the Christians depicted on the show, not the writers. I am not saying the writers should have found another way to put the liquid there, I am saying that it was not realistic or fair to depict these people as assuming that God put it there.

    I am Christian but if I walked into a bathroom and saw a droplet of liquid on jesus face, i would assume that it got there by some normal means. I would presume it was a splash from the sink or the shower, or perhaps a person had wet hands and for one reason or another touched the painting (and the idea that it was pee would be the last thing to occur to me). I wouldn’t suddenly fall to my knees praying. And I don’t know a single Christian who would. It is the depiction of their reaction which smacks of derision and stereotyping that yes, offends me.

    Now mind you I ain’t going to boycott the show or anything like that. I just go “yeah that’s offensive” and move on with my life. But it is offensive.

    A.W. (e7d72e)

  44. A.W., lots of people on the show are portrayed in ridiculous ways. The Holocaust survivors I mentioned above are portrayed as hypersensitive and excessively prone to taking offense. I could go on and on.

    It’s a comedy show.

    Patterico (64318f)

  45. It’s a comedy show

    that has no comedy.

    John Hitchcock (3fd153)

  46. Sounds like Barcky and his goons got their way and Zelaya the dirty little socialist wannabe dictator will be returned to power. This is a sad and disgusting action on our part.

    JD (65ccb3)

  47. Yes JD, piss might not have enough ‘substance’ for our dirty thug ‘dictator in training’ President. What is truly disgusting is watching the ‘news’ media covering for his alignment with Castro, Ortega and Chavez.

    And these scumbags dare to imply what is and isn’t news?

    Apogee (e2dc9b)

  48. Apogee, I’m taking orders for my friend on teh one’s TP. Is that enough substance for you?

    PCD (1d8b6d)

  49. that has no comedy.

    Well, humour has always been, and will always be, entirely subjective. If one doesn’t find it funny, switch the channel.

    Dmac (a964d5)

  50. PCD – It’s a start.

    Apogee (e2dc9b)

  51. Apogee, going to have Mohammad TP soon, too.

    PCD (1d8b6d)

  52. Lots of people like snotty ironist humor. Think Letterman. The reason I don’t care for that kind of humor is that it is essentially hypocritical: they make low-minded fun of other people, but are not so willing to be made fun of in a similar fashion.

    Oh, not so, fans of this kind of humor exclaim. Yes, it is so, because the self-directed humor doesn’t come from outside, but the humorist him or herself.

    To each their own.

    Eric Blair (dd11cc)

  53. I can relate, because I’ve been mentally pissing on Larry David’s messiah since at least November 4th of 2008.

    And number two.

    Dave (in MA) (037445)

  54. I think that a lot of Larry David fans would LIKE to believe that he would piss on a picture of Obama, but I can guarantee that he wouldn’t.

    If if it got a million laughs across the country, he wouldn’t do it because:

    1) He would be ostracized in Hollywood if he did it.
    2) Pretending to be a raging anti-Semite, pedophile, etc. because it’s so far beyond ridiculous that no one would believe that he really was. However, such an obvious yawning gap between the accusation and the “reality” for his character wouldn’t be immediately obvious to the audience in such a clear way, so he wouldn’t dare do it.
    3) Christianity has long been a punching bag for Hollywood, so it’s a “safe” target. Other commenters have noted that he would never have done the same to the Koran or the Talmud. Obama worship is the currently vogue secular religion, and as such is taboo.
    4) Larry David simply doesn’t have that level of courage. I challenge his defenders to name even one instance where he has similarly stepped so far afield from conventional liberal orthodoxy outside of the examples named above where the “steps” he took were so over-the-top as to be the object of comedy in and of themselves.

    Jim B (3552e7)

  55. Of course, the point is he did NOT piss on Obama. It’s kind of silly to set up an alternate universe where he might theoretically piss on Obama, the point is he didn’t. Nor did he piss on Mohammed.

    rrsafety (7a1232)

  56. Patterico, I still look forward to meeting in person some day. But if it’s at lunch or dinner, and if that evening includes, by coincidence, a trip to the men’s room for us both, I intend to stand at least two stalls away from you. And I will laugh.

    Beldar (ec19a5)

  57. (In fact, I’m laughing now.)

    Beldar (ec19a5)

  58. Beldar – There used to be a hysterical linkie thingie about guys having to select the proper urinal. Your comment made me think of that. Now, I must search.

    JD (a5b324)

  59. i have already made my argument for why it offended me when i saw it, but you can either be convinced or not, and ultimately who cares.

    that being said, i do think that until and unless Larry David does something equally offensive to islam, he’s just being a weenie. i mean at least south park was willing to draw the mohammed cartoon even if comedy central wouldn’t air it. and as one person pointed out, in the episode it ends with jesus and George Bush crapping all over the american flag, the american people, each other, etc. it was about 20 times more offensive mroe than what was allegedly in the mohammed depiction which was just him ready to play golf. and more than a few people think that for south park it was kind of a performance art point, to show how disgusting they could be about bush and jesus and just regular americans, but even a mild depiction of mohammed had to be censored. and i wouldn’t put it past the guys form south park to do that. that was the secret joke in their movie, as they pushed the limits on movie voilence, to say, “look at the hypocrisy. we can be this violent, but a little sex is verbotten.”

    Btw, the most awesome thing about “bigger, longer and uncut” was that paramount didn’t even understand what the title meant until it was too late to change it. heh.

    btw, substituting obama would be, if anything, even edgier if people then like in the show fell to their knees convinced the picture was crying and it was an obama miracle.

    A.W. (e7d72e)

  60. P.S. I know several people who say I remind them of Larry David. What do you think?

    Oh man, I hope not. I kind of still cherish the faint hope that I might get to have lunch with Patrick myself some day. But lunch with Larry David? No thanks.

    Gesundheit (47b0b8)

  61. A.W.,

    Why would the O-bots need a tear to fall to their knees in rapt worship of teh one? They already do that without prompting.

    PCD (1d8b6d)

  62. Maybe the funnier sketch would be Obama running into the can in absolute emergency mode and peeing on his acolytes praying to his picture because they won’t let him near the facilities.

    PCD (1d8b6d)

  63. I don’t hate the show, but this was a lame episode. There’s medication that makes you pee like a fire hose? Pee is clearly splashing everywhere, yet he doesn’t bother to wipe anything down? The Christians go into the bathroom and see the pee on the picture, but nobody notices the other splashes that we’ve seen going everywhere?

    Lame.

    And as for whether or not David would piss on a picture of Obama, he hasn’t, so why give him credit for being willing to do so? Rather, he chose the most obvious and tired target in Hollywood.

    Kensington (c73635)

  64. here’s that movie someone linked at PW during Mr. Craig’s troubles what he had.

    happyfeet (71f55e)

  65. Mark Steyn nails it:

    “Larry David is now doing televised NEA exhibits on his HBO show “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Christians are said to be “angry” at him because of an episode in which, after he accidentally sprays his urine on a picture of Jesus, his assistant mistakes the droplets for tears and calls in her mother to witness the miracle of Christ weeping. Ha-ha! Oh, those brave transgressive artists! Of course, Christians aren’t “angry” in the sense that two U.S. residents arrested last week are. The pair – one an American citizen, the other Canadian – were so “angry” about the Muhammad cartoons published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten that they hatched a plot to kill the artist and his editor. As many commentators pointed out, Mr. David’s splashy stunt is a dreary provocation: It’s easy to be provocative with people who can’t be provoked. If he were to start urinating in a more Mecca-ly direction, he’d find an entirely more motivated crowd waiting for him at the stage door.”

    harkin (c5afb8)

  66. if your religion is all powerful and universal then why so threstened by a urinary tract tear on the almighty…THIS would bring down your faith? C-Mon!!! And what lies that christians and jews dont kill its HUMAN BEINGS THAT KILL AND EXPLOIT ANY GOING DOCTRINE TO JUSTIFY IT SO THAT MAKES EM MURDERES IN WHAT EVER NAME THEY CHOOSE!!

    hilary (7ff1f5)

  67. JEWS WHO HATE CHRISTIANS

    Jewish hate is as old as some ancient Hebrew prophets.
    Speaking of anti-Semitism, it’s Jerry Falwell and other fundy leaders who’ve gleefully predicted that in the future EVERY nation will be against Israel (an international first?) and that TWO-THIRDS of all Jews will be killed, right?
    Wrong! It’s the ancient Hebrew prophet Zechariah who predicted all this in the 13th and 14th chapters of his book! The last prophet, Malachi, explains the reason for this future Holocaust that’ll outdo even Hitler’s by stating that “Judah hath dealt treacherously” and “the Lord will cut off the man that doeth this” and asks “Why do we deal treacherously every man against his brother?”
    Haven’t evangelicals generally been the best friends of Israel and persons perceived to be Jewish? Then please explain the recent filthy, hate-filled, back-stabbing tirades by David Letterman (and Sandra Bernhard and Kathy Griffin and Larry David) against Sarah Palin and other Christians, and explain why most Jewish leaders have seemingly condoned the continuing “crucifixion” of Christians and even their Leader!
    While David, Sandra, Kathy and Larry are tragically turning comedy into tragedy, they are also helping to speed up and fulfill the Final Holocaust a la Zechariah and Malachi, thus helping to make the Bible even more believable!
    (For even more stunning information, visit MSN and type in “Separation of Raunch and State,” “Michael the Narc-Angel,” “Bible Verses Obama Avoids” and “The Earliest Hate Criminals” to learn even more about Jewish connections!)

    Mike (83f441)

  68. Larry David. Who cares?

    Dan (d3d70c)


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