Is this rich, or what? Joy Behar has been nominally “religious” in the past, only alluding to the fact that she’s Catholic, but when it comes to all others besides herself (see “Republicans” or “Conservatives”), religion has always been a bad thing.
Yet today she seems to go whole-hog (pun intended) to defend Obama’s recent National Prayer Day Breakfast speech, where he tries to invoke scripture, saying that Jesus Christ would be in favor of his wealth redistribution plans via increased taxes on the wealthy, i.e.,”socialism.” And Joy finds Jesus.
She argues with Elisabeth Hasselbeck that the right must have forgotten the “meek shal inherit the earth” part of the bible.
Joy, you should be very careful citing scripture, especially if you don’t know it yourself.
What does the meek inheriting the earth have to do with Jesus supporting taxing the wealthy? What about the passage from 2 Thessalonians, 3:10 “For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that if any would not work, neither should he eat?”
Joy, thou doth not knowest where thy speaketh from.
This past Saturday, D.C. Police had finally had enough of the Occutards and their hazardous waste, filth and general mayhem, so they decided it was time. They had to get them out and the sooner the better. That’s when the trouble began:
Police in riot gear and cleanup crews in hazardous materials suits began enforcing no-camping laws in McPherson Square and Freedom Plaza over the weekend, resulting in intense — and often physical — confrontations with Occupy D.C. protesters who resisted their efforts.
At least 12 people were arrested during the weekend enforcement actions, and the majority of tents that made up the McPherson Square camp were removed along with truckloads of trash. One police officer was injured Saturday when he was struck in the face with a brick.
Police said Sunday they had found human feces, urine in plastic bottles, used condoms and rats — alive and dead. Some of the equipment was tagged and bagged and for protesters to claim beginning Monday morning at U.S. Park Police headquarters.