Obama Blogger Sues the Bible

The campaign to impose moonbattery through lawsuits has come as close to the top as it can get. Liberals would no doubt sue God, but that would mean acknowledging a power higher than the State. So Bradley LaShawn Fowler is doing the next best thing: he’s suing the Bible — or rather, two major Christian publishers for putting it in print.

Fowler’s main claim to oppression is that he indulges in homosexuality, a disease-spreading form of depravity that does not find favor in the Good Book. Since this has caused him to fall victim to “demoralization, chaos, and bewilderment” as well as “emotional duress and mental instability,” publishers of the Bible owe him $70 million, according to the suit.

No one will be surprised to learn that Fouler has a blog on Barack Obama’s official campaign site.

Christians are advised to find secure places to store Bibles, where they will be safe from authorities after the book has been banned for failing to comply with the one true commandment: There is no god but moonbattery, and Obama is its prophet.

On a tip from Wiggins. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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