Because We all Know Jesus was a lying Nazi Scumbag.
Do these Nazi propagandists ever consider how offensive their bullshit is to real Christians? I'm an atheist and I'm offended by their abuse of the Jesus of the Bible who was a hippie socialist who hung out with the under class and was probably crucified by the Roman because they considered this carpenter/mystic rabble-rouser the equivalent of a modern day left wing trouble maker.
I'm offended by this bullshit because I am literate and have actually read the Bible cover to cover, both old and new Testaments. I've also read theologians like Merton. In fact an awful lot of atheists have probably read more theology than most freaking "Born Again" Christians.
These Dominionists are not Christian. If anything they are Anti-Christians who follow pure Evil.
From Right Wing Watch: http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/bryan-fischer-hails-roger-ailes-running-fox-news-exactly-style-jesus-taught
Submitted by Brian Tashman
February 1, 2012
In a column, “Jesus explains the success of Fox News,” American Family Association spokesman Bryan Fischer claims that Fox News president Roger Ailes’s “leadership style is exactly the style that Jesus taught.” Fischer credits Ailes’s Jesus-like behavior for Fox’s success and says “the key to success in a capitalistic system is to do things Jesus’ way.”
For Fischer, it is “Jesus’ way” to encourage someone to lie under oath, threaten the elderly publisher of a small newspaper, introduce a series of political dirty tricks, including racially charged campaign strategies and television ads, and manage a media outlet which lies and foments extremism on a routine basis.
An interesting story on Politico this morning, explaining the success of Fox News, which has double the audience of CNN and MSNBC. The brainchild of Fox is Roger Ailes, and the Politico piece quotes Shepard Smith about his leadership style:
“We have one dad in this family,” said Shepard Smith, a star anchor who was a correspondent in the Los Angeles bureau at launch. “He makes all the decisions, and you know exactly who you have to go to, and you know when to stop asking. If you get an answer from Mr. Ailes’s office, that’s the answer; it’s time to move on.”
Smith said that when he leaves Ailes’s office, “the last thing he asks me is, ‘What can I do for you?’ And the last thing he tells me is he loves me. That’s not going to work everywhere, and most people will hear that and go, ‘You are full of crap.’ That’s exactly how it is here, and I love it.”