Friday, January 16, 2009

Finding Jesus in a toilet

[Photo from Daniel Kurtzman at Political Humor]

Rob Schenck, the wacko fundamentalist christianist who thinks he is called to "save" our nation from whatever evil lurks, especially in Washington, D.C., and who joined with two other wackos to "anoint" the doorposts through which Obama will walk to his inauguration, tells a "wonderful" tale about hearing a Xmas carol in a "thruway men's room."

It "really made an impression," says Schenck.

The carol was "O Holy Night."

Schenck writes "That's a lot of religion for a public toilet, but it really fits." (Methinks he doth not know how true that is!) But he goes on to mention that "Jesus was not born in a palace or a resort. The Savior made His debut in a pretty earthy setting. A stall for farm animals is generally marked by a distinctive odor, not different from a roadside john."

Heh, heh.

Yup, Jesus can be found in the most unlikely places, and Schenck fully expects to hear a "tear-jerking testimony about a toilet-stall conversion" before he get swooped up to heaven.

Schenck has inadvertently answered one of those most pressing questions that has bothered so many people for so long: What was Larry Craig doing in that men's room at the Minneapolis/St. Paul airport?

He was looking for Jesus!

The wacko's Website is here.

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