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.