It’s getting so you need a scorecard & a microscope to tell the Jihadists from the Teahadists

ReaLAMErican Mike pHuckabee knows what’s best for America. And what’s best for America involves members of the Jesus Jihad forcing you to listen to some other lying hack [via Alternet]:

“I almost wish that there would be, like, a simultaneous telecast, and all Americans would be forced–forced at gunpoint no less–to listen to every David Barton message, and I think our country would be better for it. I wish it’d happen.”

David Barton is the leading promoter of a brand of falsified American history altered to support the claim that America was founded as a Christian, rather than a secular, nation.

Um. Yeah.

Why the hell does anyone worry about foreign religious extremists? Have they taken a look at the domestic brand lately?

Video courtesy of People for the American Way’s Kyle Mantyla, who captured the footage before those remarks were cut from the recording.

May he have the pleasure of hearing pHuckabee snarl “I would have gotten away with it; if it weren’t for that meddling kid!”

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And will all Americans be fitted with the appropriate gear to ensure we don’t look away?

pHuckabee comes off on TeeVee as a reasonable, good natured guy but the fact is he’s an extreme Christian fundamentalist who totally rejects the concept of separation of church and state.  If you haven’t read this profile the “New Yorker” did on him you really should.  It will scare the crap out of you.

When I’m President everyone will be able to vote as soon as they can demonstrate a working knowledge of evolution and the big bang theory (for string theory your vote counts twice).

Also, religious proselytizing will be punishable by 52 weeks of Unitarian church attendance.

I like the cut of your jib, Glix.

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