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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.


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 (more...)

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