Christians And Conservatives Can Go Back To Sleep Now, Because The Boogey Man Is Gone
Chuck Baldwin's Nov. 5 Food for Thought from the Chuck Wagon
On November 2, millions of evangelical Christians and social conservatives awakened from their traditional four year hibernation just in time to reelect President George W. Bush. What horrid event awakened them? It was the presence of a big, bad Boogey Man named John Kerry.
Boogey Man Kerry was a dreadful monster. He drank blood. He bit the heads off birds. He mutilated animals. He huffed and puffed and blew down houses. He pushed little old ladies down staircases. He played polo with human skulls. As a child, his favorite game was Kick The Cat. He was a heinous creature. However, Christians and conservatives can now go back to sleep, because the dreaded Boogey Man is gone.
After all, snoozing is what Christians and conservatives do best. Their naps come in four year increments disturbed only every presidential election cycle by the pounding footsteps of the latest Democratic Boogey Man. And now that the Boogey Man is gone, they can all go back to beddy-bye.
In the event, however, that a few Christians or conservatives are still only putting on their pajamas and have not yet quite made it back to the sack, let me tell you what you missed the last four years while you were unconscious:
I could tell you much more of what you missed while you were sleeping, but it only might cause you to stay awake, and we must not let that happen. So, have a good four year nap and know that the Boogey Man is gone. I'm sure you'll wake up in time to chase away the next Democratic Boogey Man in 2008.
Of course, we can't know how many more liberties we will lose and how many more unborn babies will be killed and how many more tax dollars our federal government will be spending by 2008. But that's one of the great advantages of being asleep, isn't it?
So, Good Night. See you in four years.
© Chuck Baldwin
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