October 13, 2006

Harry Reid Learns What Matthew 7:1 Really Means!

“Stop judging others and you will not be judged. Whatever measure you use in judging others, it will be used to measure how you are judged.” Matthew 7:1

Although this is one of the most frequently misunderstood and misapplied passages in the Bible, it could prove a real bugaboo for Senate Democratic leader, Harry Reid. We can only hope.

Reid, one of the most outspoken loud mouths demanding the resignation of Dennis Hastert for supposedly not doing enough in the Mark Foley affair, has been found to have made over $1 million on a shady land deal in Las Vegas.

The deal, which had something to do with crafty corporations and shady colleagues, was grounded in a government land swap. Not only did Reid make a quick million, but he hid the deal from Congress and Reid’s colleague, who essentially cut the deal, is a former Casino lawyer whose name was part of an organized crime investigation.

When Reid was contacted by the AP about the story, he hung up on them. And hear is my point.

Republican leader Hastert has been baked in the flames of liberal rhetoric as liberals hope to score in the upcoming elections. Hastert though, has not done anything wrong in the remotest sense as compared to what Reid has admitted. Now since, Reid has been the leader of the band insisting on Hastert’s resignation from his leadership position with the Republican Party, since he is unfit to continue in Reid’s estimation. It seems only proper and consistent that Reid, by his own belligerent and baseless condemnation of Hastert, offer his own resignation—uh, for the good of the party of course.

Yes, I have over simplified Reid’s predicament but unlike like Hastert who has not been shown to have done anything wrong—other Democrats have stated clearly that Reid should have disclosed the deal and was wrong for not doing so. Do you get it? “Judge not” Mr. Reid, for by “whatever measure you use in judging others, it will be used to measure how you are judged.” By your own measure, that seems only good and right and fair, does it not?

Ah, the sweet aroma of justice. And it’s only a portent of REAL justice; ultimate justice, JUST justice when the Just One returns. All I can say is, Glory!


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