This is just ridiculous. The MPAA assigns the PG or “Parental Guidance” rating to movies to serve as a warning flag. Usually this pertains to movies containing “mild profanity, violence, or brief nudity.” However, a new Christian movie was given a PG rating because it was too evangelistic. I kid you not. I wish this was satire, but it’s not. In order to keep my blood pressure on an even keel, let me just refer you to the Scripps Howard News Service article. Soon, any mention of Jesus will warrant an “R” rating, while graphic sex and violence will be downgraded to “G”. Here’s the contact info for the MPAA if you care to let them know how you feel.
The operational commander of Al Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi, is toast, courtesy of two 500lb laser-guided bombs. Al-Zarqawi was an experienced tactician who directed the terrorist operations and was no figurehead. Yes, he will be replaced, but finding a replacement as adept and skillful as Al-Zarqawi will be no easy task. This is a win for the Iraqi people and for the armed forces (Task Force 145 in particular) that tracked down this monster and permanently ended his respiration. Yet Democrats just can’t be happy.
Some Democrats, breaking ranks from their leadership, today said the death of terrorist leader Abu Musab Zarqawi in Iraq was a stunt to divert attention from an unpopular and hopeless war.
“This is just to cover Bush’s [rear] so he doesn’t have to answer” for Iraqi civilians being killed by the U.S. military and his own sagging poll numbers, said Rep. Pete Stark, California Democrat. “Iraq is still a mess — get out.”
Meanwhile, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer can’t stand all this good news. Their main page led off with main detractions. Here’s a screenshot:
Congratulations to our troops and to the Iraqi people. A big, juicy raspberry to our liberal media and politicians! PPBBbbb!!!!
Thanks to Steve from www.worshippingchristian.org for blogging for us yesterday. We apologize that our blogging has been hit and miss lately. Jen will return to blogging shortly, now that she’s got the right heart medication and is starting to feel better. Thanks to those who have kept her in your prayers.