<center><h1><font color=maroon>What would Jesus do?</font></h1></center> As debate over the bankruptcy bill becomes more heated, I would ask our lawmakers to ask themselves, "What would Jesus do?" Would he kill a homestead exemption for senior citizens? I think not. Would he make it more difficult for those facing a medical crisis to get back on their feet? No, that doesn't sound like something he'd do. Would he force women cast off by their spouses to pay debts which they haven't the means to repay? That doesn't sound like him either. Would he deny the families of our soldiers, who are making huge sacrifices overseas, the ability to clear debts accrued because of that call to arms? No, I don't think that would be him either. But these are all things that Republicans, those paragons of Christian morals and values, have done. And by golly Dubbyuh, who claims Jesus as his personal savior and role-model, has backed the Republicans to the hilt on this too. But the problem is Jesus is his personal savior and role model only when it's politically expedient. The rest of the time he's out selling his soul, and his ass, for a few shekels. Face it folks, Jesus would not be a Republican, or a Democrat for that matter. He would be working for social justice for all, which is what his teachings in the new testament were all about. I ask our law makers to read the book of Matthew 25, 34-40. These few paragraphs are about social justice, and there is no justice in this bill. It is about political payback, not justice, and no protestations to the contrary can make it otherwise. So, why don't you take a little time and call your congressional reps and ask them, "What would Jesus do?"