Well, thanks to the self-entitlement and delusional mission of the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF), “Imagine” is now causing migraines today, as noted in the Pennsylvania Patriot-News.
The campaign to question religions value is focused mostly on state capitals so legislators will be aware they have a free-thought constituency, said Annie Laurie Gaylor, a co-president of the atheist and agnostic group.
Hey Annie, while you are waiting for the “sun to come out tomorrow“, how do you think it got there in the first place? What, outer space had some gas build-up, farted and Ta-Dah… we have heat. Um, not so much.
While FFRF is out promoting a free-thought constituency, ask yourself this, “Who cares?”
Why waste all your money on these snazzy billboards to further drive a chasm between church and state, when you can just do what we can all do – write your Congressman. If you don’t want your representatives influenced by God, then don’t vote for that person. However, if you don’t have a choice in the matter, then shut up and deal with it like oh… all of the country.
Just because an elected official professes a faith in God doesn’t mean said politico sits around his or her office staring at the ceiling until God shows up and gives direction. You see, we Christ-followers understand Jesus empowers us daily to do what we do, say what we say and think what we think.
If you feel bolstered by monkeys and whatever the heck “free thought” is, good luck with that. As for me and my house, I will serve the Lord and continue to look for officials who don’t mind a little help and inspiration on the job.
It’s “a hard knock life” indeed. Imagine that.