R-Rated News: Bernie Sanders

The only thing that’s changed is his hair.

Warning: The following news item may be offensive to some readers. If you think this is raunchy, you wouldn’t believe some of the stuff I have chosen not to post today. No, you just would not believe it.

Did you know that cancer in women can be caused by not having enough orgasms? (There, I’ve said it.)

OK, it’s hogwash. But it’s hogwash that was being sold years ago by a man trying to become our president today–Senator Bernie Sanders, the avowed socialist joke candidate who had to lose six consecutive coin-flips this week in the Iowa caucus before he was edged out by Hillary Clinton, the most corrupt woman in the Western hemisphere. Maybe in the world.

Back in the 1970s when he was beginning his political career, young radical Sanders wrote that not having had enough orgasms could cause cancer in women ( http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/04/us/politics/bernie-sanderss-revolutionary-roots-were-nurtured-in-60s-vermont.html ). In fact, he wrote a lot of crazy things back then. As opposed to the crazy things he’s writing and saying now.

Why have I drawn your attention to this?

Because we should all consider very carefully the moral caliber of the individuals who aspire to rule, govern, lord it over our country. One of them will be chosen this year. Millions of Americans have already decided to vote for Sanders, who has had some 40 years to change his spots, but hasn’t, or Clinton, who is nothing but spots.

These are the kinds of persons God appoints to chastise us for sinning against Him–for our ingratitude, our fat-headed pride, our consuming sloth… not to mention our continuing efforts to turn the country into a sexually perverted theme park for lazy and immoral bastards.

Turn back to God, and He will turn to you.

4 comments on “R-Rated News: Bernie Sanders

  1. There hasn’t been any candidate thusfar (that I’m aware of) who has said he or she would seek God for answers and leadership. Just as ancient Israel, we want a king we can see. UGH! Oh, sure, they throw out nice Christian-sounding phrases, pandering – but with no substance, sincerity or truth.

    These are all human beings with flaws and failings – some, like Hil-liar-y and Bernie are very scary, indeed. But I have reservations about each one of them as leaders of our nation.

    There seems to be a lot of support for Ted Cruz, but has anyone asked why he decided to run for public office in this country rather than Canada? I find that puzzling. Donald Trump has said a few things that give me pause – such as if Ivanka wasn’t his daughter, he would date her – What?, and made a comment to Mylie Cyrus not to pay any attention to critics because we’re ‘just jealous’ – What?

    There are many, many questions and not much truth out there. We really must seek God for this. Our nation is already under judgment. Do we wish to perpetuate it or seek His Face to heal our land?
    2 Chronicles 7:14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

    1. That was King Solomon’s prayer; and yet he, in the end, fell into sin and folly and ten of the twelve tribes of Israel were taken from him.

      Let’s face it–one of these candidates is going to be president. And we are not going to get one of those 19th century presidents who actually honored the Constitution’s limits on his power.

      I would be satisfied with Ted Cruz, but I am convinced the GOP leadership would torpedo his campaign, and would rather see a way-out-there Democrat elected.

      I would vote for Trump because the Republican big shots have got to be taught that when we give them a mandate to stop Obama, as we did in 2014, they really do have to stop Obama–not just cave in every chance they get. They betrayed us, and Trump’s candidacy is their reward for that.

      Voting for a Democrat is unthinkable.

      And voting for a third-party candidate who hasn’t the slightest chance of winning–well, I’ve done that before, but I can’t bring myself to do it again. The last time I did it, my reward was Bill Clinton.

      I pray for my country every day. What else can any of us do? But the election will go on with us or without us.

      I don’t think, anymore, that I’ll be able to campaign for any of the candidates as I’ve done in the past.

  2. That’s an interesting correlation. I wouldn’t be surprised if it existed along with other correlations, such as people who drink several cups of coffee a day being less likely to get Alzheimer’s.

    Did Sanders beyond a doubt state that the correlation between orgasms and cancer meant causation?

    Also, Bernie Sanders–no matter how much he uses the words interchangeably–is a social DEMOCRAT, not a socialist. Big difference.

    And, while we’re at it, what’s radical about working people being promised healthcare, a living wage, and sick days? Or about focusing our efforts on improving America’s infrastructure and environment rather than cutting taxes for the wealthy and signing free trade agreements? Do you think FDR was radical too?

    1. Yes, I do.
      Click the link to the New York Times article to see all of what Sanders said.
      And free universal healthcare, with our national debt already inching toward $20 trillion, is not a sane suggestion.

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