Church of Latter Day Saints down 200

White girls await transport to new belief system
Rival American Christian fringe denominations compete fiercely for their flocks.
The First Baptist Church of Eldorado Texas scored big this weekend when authorities raided the Fundamental Church of the Latter Day Saints (FLDS) and the Baptists were able to score 200 of the underage Mormon girls. Said a bystander of the rescued girls: “They’re singing songs. So happy and sweet and precious. It’s heart-breaking.”

2 thoughts on “Church of Latter Day Saints down 200

  1. This whole affair is disgusting and is nothing more than grand standing by the repulsive Republican governor of Texas, Rick Perry, who is the biggest child abuser in the state of Texas. Just ask the kids he removed from the state’s CHIPs program, a medical program for children whose parents lack medical insurance.

    Nobody has yet even been charged with a crime, yet Perry’s Texas CPS Gestapo moved in and disrupted the lives of all these children. And for what? This seems like a rehash of the government mentality where they killed all the kids out at David Koresh’s religious hideaway, while similarly grand standing during the Clinton Administration.

  2. Here is wikipedia on Governor Perry’s religious mindset…

    In what was described as a “God and country” sermon at the Cornerstone church in San Antonio, attended by Perry and other mostly Republican candidates, the Rev. John Hagee stated, “If you live your life and don’t confess your sins to God Almighty through the authority of Christ and His blood, I’m going to say this very plainly, you’re going straight to hell with a nonstop ticket.”

    Perry was asked if he agreed with those comments and said, “It is my faith, and I’m a believer of that.” [24] Perry went on to say that there was nothing in the sermon that he took exception with.

    Perry said he believes in the inerrancy of the Bible and those who reject Jesus Christ as their Saviour will go to hell. Condemnation from his opponents was swift. Kinky Friedman, the Jewish independent candidate for governor said, “He doesn’t think very differently from the Taliban, does he?”

    Carole Keeton Strayhorn disagreed with Perry’s comments, and Democrat Chris Bell said that one who is in public office should “respect people of all faiths and denominations.” [25]

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