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February 14, 2009

Death by a Thousand Sitcoms

Posted by Dave Blount at February 14, 2009 10:35 AM

America never could have been reduced to allowing its current leadership if leftists hadn't used their control of the media to steadily corrode our culture for decades. Because Christianity has traditionally served as a bulwark against the authoritarian socialist ideology advanced by moonbats, it is a frequent target of media ridicule, as typified by a recent episode of the moronic sitcom 30 Rock.

Alec Baldwin's character grudgingly attends a Catholic mass in an attempt to get a Hispanic girl into bed. During the service he mocks the Lord's Prayer and makes fun of Catholics for having so many babies, presumably because they don't have the good sense to abort them. Then comes confession, during which he tells the cartoonishly hapless priest to "can it," and then taunts him about sex until the priest suffers a breakdown and runs screaming from the confessional.

Naturally Baldwin gets the girl in the end.

By making this childishly sacrilegious attitude all but ubiquitous, Gramscian lefties have reduced the mainstream culture to a spiritual vacuum, which they are now attempting to fill with the Cult of the Moonbat Messiah — some with less subtlety than others. Via RedState, this photo was taken in the children's section of a Borders bookstore in Dallas:


At least now we have a religion sitcoms won't ridicule.

On tips from Michael C and V the K.