What are you thinking? When Attorney General Eric Holder met with you yesterday and urged you to reconsider your plans to burn Qurans on September 11th and went so far as to say this idea of yours is "idiotic and dangerous", which part of this little meeting did you not understand? Maybe he should have used stronger words to make himself (and the position of many) very clear.
I have a few minutes, so I'm happy to do it for him.
Rev. Jones, you are
crazier than a rodent on meth stuck inside a pinball machine and you need to
three brain cells head examined. What "in God's name" are you
Because, you sir, are
all by yourself no mastermind.
Jesus may forgive and all that but I think he's a little too busy trying to answer the prayers of the hungry, homeless, disease and war-ravaged to write a note excusing you for your bad behavior. So, you may want to consider seeking forgiveness elsewhere, even though morons like you should be put at the front of the line.
Even with mounting pressure from the White House, religious leaders and General Petraeus, you obviously seem to think you have a better grip on what's "right' and "wrong" for our country. Or, maybe you are just like the balloon boy family and want your fifteen minutes of fame. (In case you didn't realize it, that balloon family recently moved from Colorado to Florida, so you are going to have some stiff competition. Apparently, there's a powerball lottery on lunacy in the sunshine state these days since California has gone bankrupt. Collect all 247,000 of them.)
From msnbc: "Jones, known for posting signs proclaiming that Islam is the devil's religion, says the Constitution gives him the right to publicly set fire to the book that Muslims consider the word of God. He refused to cancel the protest set for Saturday at his Dove World Outreach Center, which espouses an anti-Islam philosophy."
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