Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston





Sunday, April 1, 2018

President Spanky isn't able to express what Easter means to him. The far right Evangelicals would mock any other person who spouted the rubbish that clumsily and insincerely spilled from Pres. Spanky's mouth.


Anonymous said...

Amazing an atheist like you demands the president be more religious today, or his idea of Easter is anymore important than anyone elses idea of Easter, especially since you are not a believer, just a hypocrite. Cute about the bunnies. Are you sucking up to Christians? You are an atheist, yet, two posts about Easter. Thanks hypocrite, like we need a non-believers to preach about the meaning of Easter.

Rational Nation USA said...

Proving that, anyone can be president when they grow up. If, they have the right 30% base and a populace which a large enough percentage lacks inquisitiveness, the discipline to do research, and likes being fed platitudes, lies.

Dave Miller said...

I said to some friends the other day that I hope DJT is just quiet on Easter. Clearly he knows nothing about the significance of the day. No one who believes in the importance of the day would speak about IT without mentioning the Resurrection upon which the entire faith hinges.

An Easter Two Corinthians tweet...


Doris said...

Happy Easter! My favorite holiday that the Christians stole from pagans while forcibly converting them to their religion.

Shaw Kenawe said...

To Anonymous,

You have little to no understanding of anything, but that doesn't stop YOU from commenting, does it.

Since you are a troll, and a major idiot, your opinion is worthless. Easter combines pagan and Christian symbols. That you don't know this is further proof of your appalling ignorance.

Have a nice day, and may the Easter bunny leave little chocolate pellets all over your lawn.

Flying Junior said...

Can you imagine anything more disgusting and unholy than for that demon, Trump, to show up in your church?

The Savior don't like it.
Rock the Vote...

If that hypocrite had somehow shown up in my church, the Pastor probably would have asked him to leave. Easter is the Highest of Holy Days.

Like drinking somebody's vomit. Something that you would never want to happen to you.

I can't imagine what a drag it must have been for the two democrats in worship yesterday morning.

Flying Junior said...


Do you remember posting something like your ten favorite examples of symphonies and classical music, maybe five years ago?

I wish that I had copied that list. My brain needs some type of stimulation beyond Jazz and Rhythm and Blues. I want to hear some symphony orchestras so that my mind can heal.

Please repost if you have the time.

I have been playing Handel, Bach, Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart and maybe a handful of French organ music composers. Handel is like the best for rocking out.

I heard some Quincy Jones this morning on the Jazz Gospel show. That wasn't too bad. A song by the name of O Happy Day.

Shaw Kenawe said...

I couldn't find that post, but I'm happy to share some of my favorite symphonic, string quartets, violine sonatas, and other pieces of music with you.

Beethoven's 7th.

Schubert's string quintet in C.

Mozart's violin concerto #3 in G major.

The adagietto from Mahler's 5th Symphony.

The flower song from Lakme.

John Prine, That's How Every Empire Falls.