De-Mentos….helping us to play down Jesus’ teachings!

November 27, 2009

De-Mentos is the new mint to prevent you keeping your bible hermeneutics from overwhelming your political, ideological, or imperialistic allegiances. Discernmentalists must always keep our Christo-fascist theology, Religious Right, and conservo-centric traditionalisms well tuned against liberals, emergents, accommodating conservatives and NT Wright.

Are you fighting an uphill battle with those kinds of Christians?????…you know the RED LETTER types that emphasize Jesus’ words? These are the types with anti-biblical values like peace mongering, anti-war, anti-torture and care for the poor. We all know that Jesus was pro-torture….or at least ambivalent about it. People like this are secret communists.

Perhaps you have run into the extremist that once said a nice word about a Muslim, or Rick Warren. Of course we know this to be “Christianity lite” and “liberalism.” We know for sure that Jesus really didn’t mean love your enemies or do good to those that persecute us. What he really meant was wait for the enemy to love you first.  Also, be weary of immigrants because they are ruining the country.

Remember these words from Sermon on the Mint “Blessed not are those who mourn, for they shall not be comforted. Comfort and feeling good about ourselves is from the devil, sissies, weak pansies and liberals.  Blessed are the proud and arrogant, for they shall conquer and triumph over all of the earth.”

This is why De-Mentos is the mint of choice. It will soothe the mind, ease the conscience and relieves us of any critical thinking….or worse emphasizing the words of Jesus that might make us uncomfortable. Remember, we don’t spin Jesus’ words THEY do!!!

Leave it to the ODMafia, and Dr. Truthslayer to make the right choice for you today – De-Mentos. The mint of choice for discernmentalists.

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De-Mintos is a subsidiary of Sermon on the Mint Corporations and Conglomerations Ltd.


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