Jesus Comments Unfavorably On The Laws Of Moses (Crucifix Art)

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    Atheist Bill Maher has drawn the wrath of some football player's fans. Taking credit for anyone's personal comments has also become a problem in the Republican Presidential Road Show. The road show was better when the colored guy kept pretending to be a facist, "Nein! Nein! Nein!" Anyone can guess what Bill Maher and the Republican Presidential candidates may have in common, even they they are wrong(?)!

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    It seems that Newt Gingrich actually had something positive to say about RomneyCare, years ago. It seems that Ron Paul actually had lots of negative things to say about nearly everyone, years ago. No one is sure if candidate Bachmann can remember having made any comments at all, even only a few weeks ago.

    Jesus ben Joseph, Son of Mary, Called, "The Christ" had it in at least consistently, against the Laws of Moses. "The Law was Made For Man, Not Man for The Law." Most recently, in Santa Monica, CA: "The law was made to promote the more atheist point of view at year-end holidays season. No more manger scenes in the spaces at the park."

    What is a poor Jew to do with a personally-owned goat, who sinks in a ditch, if not to pull it out on the sabbath(?). . .goes the story! Jesus was a cheek-turning kind of guy, as opposed to an eye-for-an-eye kind of guy. It is now not even clear if Hulk Hogan understood this(?)!

    Unlike anyone's look at the Republican Presidential candidates field, The Roman Governor of Judea finally washed his own hands of that matter. The signal was sent to all of history. Jesus was not being condemned under the Laws Of Rome, but under the bizzare, if local, Laws of Moses. Local religious practice was legal in Roman administration. Jesus would later comment unfavorably about the death penalty affliction, even on the Cross at the time. In the pain of the cross, the penalty imposed was shown to be deity-forsakenly wrong. Eventually, even a Holy Father would sign on.

    Not that anyone else, at all, was paying much attention. Adults in the United States will soon enough turn from the concept of Santa's Helpers, to the little bunny outfits instead: In celebration of religious things. These are not to be regarded religious idols, of course. These are to be regarded as good, wholesome, American business practice(?)!

    Comparisons with the home mortgage underwriting business, however, are likley not best discussed in public. Car dealers, maybe, understand this.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (And so Jesus would say in the stories, "Depart From Me All Ye Workers of Iniquity: I know ye not from where ye are! There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth when you will see Abraham, and Issac. . .and all the prophets. . . ." in same nature of display of idolatory before the Lord(?). . .apparently Ceasar(?)!)
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