Satan sure has a hold on you.

Published April 11th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Mr. Henderson,

All I can say is, Satan sure has a hold on you. Since you feel you need to be spreading nonsense around instead of truth. My prayer for you is that one day you will find the Lord Jesus…not the “Flying Spaghetti Monster” as the one you will look to for your daily strength. It’s too bad that you are taking this so lightly, The fact of the matter is, our founding fathers founded this nation on TRUE religious principles, not the nonsense you are making up. I’ll be praying for you, and your followers.

Sincerely,
Kim [xxxxxxxx]



253 Responses to “Satan sure has a hold on you.”

  1. zach says:

    Haahahahaha Have fun with that evil Jesus
    Jesus is an AssHole he Says if you are Gay you are going to hell
    If you have a dif Religion you are going to hell

    Even If Jesus was real I whouldent worship him becuse he is a Ass Turd

  2. Repmuht says:

    @JC
    I thought the Pilgrims (i.e Mayflower) were English Puritan X-tains and thus of the same religion. I’ve never studied American history but this was my understanding. Is this incorrect? What other religions were represented by the Pilgrims?

  3. CindyB says:

    For some reason, fundamentalists never check the facts, but blindly follow what their religious leaders tell them. If they’d bother to do a little research, they’d read the Constitution, which never mentions God or Christianity. Its only references to religion are to negate any fealty to a particular religion by stating plainly “no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust,” which has been violated by the current administration (as in the attorneys general scandals, where many of the appointees came from Christian schools). If we are, as the fundies say, a Christian nation, why doesn’t the Constitution plainly say that? In fact, in 1797 the treaty with Tripoli says “the government of the United States is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion.” I’m sure someone has posted this previously, but I didn’t read all 240 responses to the original letter, so sorry if I repeat.

  4. Satan says:

    Thomas Jefferson was agnostic.

  5. Teh Spag-worshipper says:

    Erm… Pennsylvania was definitely founded on the principle of religious freedom; William Penn made it up because he needed somewhere where minority religions (in his case Quakers) could go and not be persecuted.
    Ah, the joys of a Quaker education…
    Which I haven’t had, but whatever.

  6. Apprentice Frederic says:

    @JC
    I think that the Pilgrims (capital “P”) actually were overwhelmingly Cromwell’s Puritans, and that their tolerance was thin to nonexistent, and that it is naive (nieve might be Spanish for “snow”?) to imagine otherwise. The history of the Puritans in England, BTW, and the craziness and carnage they precipitated, provides a parallel to the Fundie movement in the US that is worth thinking about.

  7. Gaige Cleveland says:

    It

  8. Pamantha says:

    Haha ^^ nice, is there a section to follow the RSS feed

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