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Ralph Reed Actually Is Evil

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It has been reported that Ralph had his spiritual awakening in a bar in Washington D.C. He possibly discovered that his pick-up lines were totally ineffectual and decided to cruise for dates at church.

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Onward Christian Soldiers by Arkansas Times

Remember the little boyish Christian kid that was the darling of the Christian Right in the '80's? He's back and it appears he's made a pretty good living all these years as a lobbyist for Jesus and Jack Abramoff. Years ago someone said, I can't remember who, "that little Christian twerp is evil." At the time I thought that statement was a little ridiculous and certainly hyperbolic. Not anymore. Check-out what he's been up to below:

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Grown-up Ralph is a metaphor for the Christian Right in general: venal, deceitful, ugly, megalomaniacal, evil. The Christian Right has become a crusading bunch of Christo/Barbarians hammering at the gates of the American Rome. They've most definitely crossed the rubicon and are headed, armed to the teeth, into your bedroom, your boardroom, your classroom -- they are hell bound and determined to pillage your Jerusalem and make it theirs. There is nothing more repulsive than an angry Christian man that looks like a happy child and wants to socially and culturally rape you and yours clad in a grotesque inappropriate costume of Christ -- whoa!

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Kevin is (writing about yourself in the third person (illeism) is a trip) an artist/writer/carpenter and frustrated songwriter living in Johnson City, Texas. His latest frustrating songwriting attempt is titled, "I Touched the Hand That Touched the (more...)
 
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