Thursday, July 3, 2008

Satanic Democrat Cult? Indeed! Dems can NEVER Call Republicans the Religious Ones After This ...

As of yesterday, Democrats can never, ever, ever, ever say that Republicans are religious fanatics because we believe in honest ethical family values founded in Christian principles. After all, the U.S. Constitution was founded under these same guiding principles.

As Democrats continue to pander to the Culture of Death by enthusiastically supporting abortion, homosexual marriage and all angles of the liberal agenda to remove any word of ANY religion in schools or government (the pledge of allegiance, 10 commandments, manger scenes, Easter break, crosses from 300 year old colleges, prayer from legislative sessions), it seems that one organized party platform plank needs a bit of adjustment—the one that should read, "We the Democratic Party shall rape victims during our Satanic kidnapping escapades."

At a time when the U.S. Congress' majority party seems to be able to dominate the airwaves with reasons why we Republicans are "bigoted" for simply objecting to the Democratic nominee refusing to salute the American flag, having THREE Muslim names, having taken twenty years of spiritual guidance from a RELIGIOUS FANATIC, pals with Louis Farrakan, vowing to sit down and talk to known terrorists and enemies of our country, openly supporting abortion, being a philosophical Marxist, marking himself 'present' instead of voting on key issues as a NEW senator, promising to raise taxes to fund social programs for people unwilling to work, and the seemingly never ending reasons why Barack Hussein Obama is not only the figurehead, but the ring leader, of the ANTI-AMERICAN movement to SOCIALISM---{deeeepth breath} ...we now have this story to hold up high every time a liberal anti-religious elitist-Democrat even thinks about calling our party the party of "religious people". I say thanks- yes we are. But we're not the Satanic cult rapist kind.... that's the Democrats...

Never. Never again, can they call US the religious wackos because of the few (that are)... never... they now have their own "Craig" to contend with. This one's from North Carolina.

... Ever.

local TV Report

from World Net Daily:

The North Carolina case of an alleged satanic torture involving a Democratic Party official and her husband has now expanded to include a third suspect, an even higher-ranking Democrat.

Diana Palmer, the first vice-chairwoman of the Durham County Democratic Party, joins her political colleague Joy Johnson, the third vice-chairwoman of the party, and Johnson's spouse, Joseph Craig, in facing charges.

Palmer, 44, surrendered to police in Durham, N.C., this afternoon and was charged with being an accessory after the fact of assault with a deadly weapon. She's being held at the Durham County Jail under $95,000 bail.

Additional charges were also filed today against Johnson and Craig.

Craig, 25, is now charged with second-degree rape, second-degree forcible sexual offense, three counts of second-degree kidnapping and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon for incidents in January and May. Johnson, 30, is charged with four counts of aiding and abetting, as she's accused of watching and encouraging her husband commit the alleged abuse of another couple who reportedly shared an interest in Satan worship.

According to broadcast and published reports, that couple was reportedly caged to learn more about satanic practices, but did not consent to physical abuse.

Craig allegedly shackled his victims to beds, kept them in dog cages and starved them inside his home. Police say he beat the man with a cane and a cord, and raped the woman.

Prosecutors today asked for higher bail for Craig and Johnson, but Judge Nancy Gordon refused, leaving Craig's bond at $500,000 and Johnson's at $270,000.

Also today, Durham County's Democratic Party disabled its website, but a cached version of its "Who We Are" page lists both Palmer and Johnson as top officials.

Someone claiming to be a friend of Palmer wrote on a message board of the Raleigh News & Observer:

I don't appreciate the implied connection in this story. Like many people who
know this couple, [Palmer] is in a state of shock, deeply distressed and
devastated that she was so misled by them. The connection between politics, a
satanic cult and the surreal nature of these crimes may be entertaining to some,
but I assure you it is causing many people a great deal of real pain,
particularly people like Diana with strong religious convictions. In short, many
people who trusted and believed in their integrity are feeling victimized by
this couple right now.

Along with their interest in the Democratic Party, Johnson and Palmer were part of a New Age website called "Indigo Dawn," a name which, according to the site, was given to Johnson during a meditation vision.

"She decided to explore the New Age community more, and after taking a course in Reiki healing, experiencing past-life regression along with direct guidance from her spirit guides, she confirmed that her destiny was to help bring about the New Age on Earth," Johnson's online biography states. "Joy shared her vision with her husband, Joe; as a result the Indigo Dawn was founded to raise the vibration of energy on Earth."

Among the services she offers online are "intuitive guidance, past-life regression, spirit guide communication and healing and cleansing."

"I was absolutely shocked and flabbergasted," State Sen. Floyd McKissick, D-Durham, told the Raleigh paper. "You never would have suspected allegations that she would have had any participation in these rituals."


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