May each of you have the heart to conceive, the understanding to direct, and the hand to execute works that will leave the world a little better for your having been here. -- Ronald Reagan

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Tax Cheat Thief and Liar Charlie Rangel Asks What Would Jesus Do About the Debt Limit? Really?

Enjoying his ill gotten gains
"What would Jesus do this weekend? Or Moses. Or Allah. Or anyone else."  "I don't want this book (debt negotiations) closed without the clergy having an opportunity to forcefully express themselves as well as I know they can do."

Why isn’t Washington  "besieged by spiritual leaders saying 'do what you have to do - but not to the homeless, the jobless and the helpless. Not to the sick. And certainly not to the aging that are sick or those depending on Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.'"

"I have not heard from those people who have been called by God to protect the poor. I haven't heard them."  "The issues that are going to be discussed this weekend involve spiritual, moral issues."

So call your religious leaders and ask…  "what is Medicare all about? What is Medicaid all about? Why do we have taxes?'"

This, from one of the most corrupt immoral men in Washington; a tax cheat, a proven liar, racist, and thief. He takes money from the citizens of America and becomes fabulously wealthy by producing nothing but laws to benefit the political class and impoverish the rest of us.

To answer his question. Jesus is not concerned with government social programs, governmental fiscal debates, and debt ceilings.

Jesus was about our Salvation.  He’s about how our behavior and thoughts.  He said:
  1. Travel lightly;
  2. Live simply;
  3. Trust that the Lord would provide; and
  4. Be concerned, not about money, but with doing the Lord’s work.

Maybe if Charlie knew a little scripture he wouldn’t have asked such a stupid question. This question is vile too. It demeans the Sacrifice He made for our Salvation.

Really? Putting Jesus into a political debate?

Owe no one anything, except to love each other... - Romans 13:8
and… The wicked borrows but does not pay back, but the righteous is generous and gives;

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