Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips has a dream: "No more Methodist Church."
A blog post on his Tea Party Nation page says that on Friday he walked by the United Methodist Building in Washington D.C., which had a sign that said, "Pass the DREAM Act." Phillips wrote: " I have a DREAM. That is, no more United Methodist Church."
Phillips explains that he was formerly a member of the church, but he left because it's "the first Church of Karl Marx," and "little more than the "religious" arm of socialism."
"The Methodist church is pro-illegal immigration," he continues. "They have been in the bag for socialist health care, going as far as sending out emails to their membership "debunking" the myths of Obamacare. Say, where are the liberal complaints on the separation of church and state?"
"In short, if you hate America, you have a great future in the Methodist church," he says.
And so when the only Real Americans left are Judson Phillips, what then? I guess he becomes dictator for life because anyone else must be voted out of office for not listening to the will of the Real Americans in the Tea Party movement...and anyone who isn't a Real American, well you can't count their vote.
What, you thought Christians who believed in a merciful God who doesn't want to set "illegals" on fire were going to survive the purge? Fools. Mercy is for the weak, especially around Christmas!