Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Wanna throw up in your mouth a bit?

Of course you do.

Watch this.

Remember that scene from the movie Jesus Camp (it was in the previews), where the kids are singing in front of a picture of George W. Bush? This, of course, was taken as empirical evidence of the insanity of conservative Christians.

It's still better than McLaren's song.


Anonymous Anonymous said...


I've been a reader of yours for about two years. I find you entertaining, but bitter.

Your delivery reminds me of Jason Lewis, who I also find bitter, but can rarely disagree with.

Thank you for your good work. You're really an excellent writer, which makes me curious about what you do for a living.

Reading your blog gives me a guilty pleasure similar to "The Simpsons" - a bad influence that appeals to my taste for cynicism.

You were in rare form today, and had be staring at my monitor with a wicked grin. Thank you.


3:59 PM  
Blogger Kevin Sawyer said...

I am told that Jason Lewis is right wing talk radio for people who don't like right wing talk radio (which, emphatically, I don't).

For a living, I write, sometimes politically, often for profit. I also sell Mogwais, which hasn't gone well since 1984, thank you Chris Columbus.

9:53 PM  
Blogger Kevin Sawyer said...

Oh, and if you were the anonymous guy who wondered what the point of my post was last week, I apologize.

9:53 PM  
Anonymous Mike Payne said...

As a fervent, educated, no-nonsense Obama supporter (where the latter two characteristics can't be used to describe you McCainanites), I must say this is some crazy, creepy shit. Whoever produced that needs to die slow.

On a bright note, vote McCain:

12:44 AM  
Blogger Kevin Sawyer said...

From your comment, I cannot discern whether you are labelling McCain supporters as uneducated. Such an assertion would be unwise in these quarters, Dr. Payne.

As to whether I am "no-nonsense", well, that is in the eye of the beholder, isn't it? In this beholder's eye, Barack Obama is a purveyor of incessant nonsense. He is a champion of a dead ideology, rebranded as a conduit for the nebulous idea of "change".

He's a one-termer or a lifer, but not in between.

2:52 AM  

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