Monday, December 27, 2004

Baby Jesus homeless, Bush at fault

Ah, Jesse Jackson, what would we do without his rantings?

"In the last [Bush] budget, we cut housing again, and that was Jesus' dilemma. In Bethlehem, his family ended up homeless," Jackson told MSNBC's Campbell Brown.

"Rome was a wealthy country that left Jesus and Mary and Joseph, in a sense, homeless," he complained. "He was born an at-risk baby."


What a joke this man is and he's supposed to be a "reverand"

First, Mary and Joseph were traveling back to Nazerath, they did not live in Bethlehem so, they wouldn't have a home there to begin with.

Secondly, what makes him think the Joseph was a poor man? I've heard for years that they were poor, what proof is there of this? Joseph was a carpenter. He lived in a Roman state. Romans were famous for building things. When things are built, carpenters kind of come in handy.

For a "man of the cloth" this guy should actually try and learn some facts before he opens his rather large mouth.

I'm not dead, really, I'm not

It may seem that I have fallen off the face of the earth, how nice that would be but, I really haven't. I've been busy remodeling the house, had to put dad back in the hospital and have been having health problems of my own.

I've missed a lot of news over the last month or so but, I know you've kept up with it on your own. I'll be posting sporadically over the next week or so but, hopefully, will be back to posting regularly after the new year.