Friend of the Devil?
Now I can't definitively say, due to the paucity of my theological background if Mr Bush is the Anti-Christ, (He does seem to be the anti-Prince of Peace and a pretty polar opposite to the fellow who is called "The Truth and The Way) but I can state with confidence he is the Anti-Life.
Mother Jones has the lowdown on just how anti-life. Consider his pillaging of the EPA, Clean Water and Clear Air acts or look at just who has been appointed to regulate what- there is a strange confluence of folks with strong corporate ties, a rabbit guarding the carrot patch melee that is costing "We the People" our very health and natural world. Check out some of these figures:
Tons of additional air pollutants permitted to be released by 2020 under Bush's "Clear Skies" plan:
Estimated number of premature deaths that will result:
Estimated amount that Clear Skies-related health problems will cost taxpayers, per year:
Days after Bush took office that he reneged on his campaign promise to regulate CO2 emissions from power plants:
Days after the U.S. Geological Survey released a 12-year study indicating that drilling in the Arctic Refuge would pose "significant harm to wildlife" that the agency reversed itself:
Years that the Bush administration says global warming must be further studied before substantive action can be taken:
Number of members of the 63-person energy advisory team Bush convened early in his administration who did not have ties to corporate energy interests:
Amount that energy team members gave to Republican candidates in the 2000 election:
Do you see a trend here?
Mr Bush, you and your other so called "Christian" cronies are obviously serving Mammon. Here's a quick quote from your own Scripture:
"No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon."
--Matt 6:19-24 RSV
You claim in your autobiography, "A Charge to Keep" that you have read the Bible through and through.
As I studied and learned, Scripture took on greater meaning, and I gained confidence and understanding in my faith. I read the Bible regularly. Don Evans gave me the "one-year" Bible, a Bible divided into 365 daily readings, each one including a section from the New Testament, the Old Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs. I read through that Bible every other year. During the years in between, I pick different chapters to study at different times.
As a lapsed Catholic but active Panentheist I ask you Mr Bush to follow the First of the Ten Commandments you publicly claim to adhere to.
You shall have no other gods before me
Kick Mammon to the curb and turn a new leaf, Sir. You'll save your soul and help to keep our world livable. And think of the moral support you'll be offering Judge Ray Moore
Maybe your buddy and spiritual mentor Billy Graham can clear things up for you. Because Mr Bush, it really is simple:
If I obey the Ten Commandments perfectly, will I go to heaven when I die? I don't think I've broken any of them, but what would happen if I did? -- M.C.
Only one thing will keep you out of heaven, and that is sin. And just as only one teaspoon of sewage would be enough to make a barrel of pure water undrinkable, so only one sin would be enough to keep you out of heaven.
Now don't you want to reconsider and support the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts?