The Next Crusade
Are we not tracking an inexorable historic progress that sanctifies our core rightwing conviction, here or abroad: the righteous end justifies any means. To paraphrase Barry Goldwater, moderation in service of weakness is no virtue, and I say: campaign elasticity in the service of liberty is no vice. Let us also recall that noble Mormon tradition, "lying for the Lord." When your heart and intentions are pure, transient dissembling is no vice, in fact a necessary good to execute God's mission.
For were we latter-day saints not once outcast, like the Israelites, forced on a hard land of deserts and little water? Look today at our paradise from paucity earned by hard work, rigorous tithing, and utterly hierarchical governance, just like a well-run corporation. What raised up my tribe, now a multimillion dollar enterprise with wide holdings, is what will make this country great again. In less than a decade, the Mormon advance grew from controlling one state to now boasting a national footprint with national bootstraps.
Praise the Lord and strengthen GOP obstructionism: America must honor the status quo, at least until the righteous take over. Let us dream some day of a steadfast Christian capitalist as president who looks back on my campaign as the early way. Keep the faith and your big open wallets to the favored, severely conservative few. My campaign established, once and for all, that a rich CEO with strong religious convictions can compete and defeat craven politicians in a national election. Freeing the super-rich from this past captivity alone makes my arduous run a success. With enough faith, losing can be winning.
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