Scott Lively Reacts

Jim Burroway

November 7th, 2012

The apocalypse is near:

It’s official, the 2012 presidential election is over and we Americans decided not to downshift into Republican. Instead its now full speed ahead toward the progressive’s Godless Utopian fantasy (aka “the cliff”) with Mr. Obama and the Evil Party.

The good news is that we can all stop pretending that Mitt Romney is a conservative. The bad news is that the Stupid Party will, of course, interpret their loss as a sign they were too conservative and move further to the left. The better or worse news (depending on your theology) is that the age of apostasy is more clearly upon us, which means that the return of Christ is drawing near. These next few months and years will be an exciting time for students of prophesy, and an exceedingly challenging time for all believers as the stand for biblical truth becomes more and more costly.

Priya Lynn

November 7th, 2012

The end if the world is nigh! LOL.

Will Lively still be claiming this as his life nears its end and everything is still pretty good?

gsingjane

November 7th, 2012

One thing that struck me as funny about this statement is his pathetic claim that it’s “good news” that people can stop pretending that Mitt Romney is a conservative. What difference does it make today what Mitt Romney is? He could be a big ball of string for all it matters now. If that’s Lively’s “good news,” that’s pretty darn weak.

jerry

November 7th, 2012

I am in a very good mood this morning. The Prez, gets four more years to improve what he’s accomplished and hopefully do a bit more.

Openly gay candidates have been elected and more women have been elected.

Minnesota said no to enshrining discrimination in their state constitution.

Maine reverse a vote that took away equality, Maryland and Washington state have added equality.

We are one more step closer to the promise of equality for all.

And it doesn’t hurt in the least that Snott Snively’s hair is on fire.

Sandhorse

November 7th, 2012

@ gsingjane

It means they can discontinue the duplicity they were involved in when there was a chance such reprehensible behavior would work in their favor.

In short, there ‘deal with the devil’ is off…

Sandhorse

November 7th, 2012

…small correction; their not there.

Snowman

November 7th, 2012

The good news is, eventually people will stop listening to this creepy nutter who hires pedophiles to work in his “coffee shop” ministry.

jerry

November 7th, 2012

Oh, yeah that nonsense about Mittens Romney the conservative.

Mittens was never anything more than a money grubbing opportunist. Fortunately just not as good a snake oil salesman as he thought.

Keppler

November 7th, 2012

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