|Bush II Transferred to Kolob|
That was the platform for the convention that did not mention their most recent president, Bush II.
Is "selective memory" just another word for "The Names That Shall Not Be Mentioned" at their convention designed to extol GOP virtues, and is the GOP straw-man chair on stage to always and forever be empty when they feature celebrity speakers who will talk to invisible, imaginary folks they have made up in their own imagination?
The empty RNC chair of all presidents who come out of their dogma closet to wreak havoc upon the Earth, then return to Bullshitistan, their favorite province on their favorite retirement planet Kolob? (more about Kolob below)...
In that recent post we wondered what planet that 2012 GOP Platform was talking about when it said:
The environment is getting cleaner and healthier. The nation’s air and waterways, as a whole, are much healthier than they were just a few decades ago. Efforts to reduce pollution, encourage recycling, educate the public, and avoid ecological degradation have been a success.(The Right Is Wrong - 3). Well, upon further research we have found out that the GOP Platform for 2012 was in reference to a certain planet where old republican presidents go when they leave office:
Kolob is a star or planet described in Mormon scripture. Reference to Kolob is found in the Book of Abraham, a work published by Joseph Smith, Jr., the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement. According to this work, Kolob is the heavenly body nearest to the throne of God ... Kolob has never been identified with any modern astronomical object and is not recognized by scholars as a concept associated with any ancient civilization.(Wikipedia, "Kolob"; see also Book of Abraham and Kolob). The theme song of the 2012 Republican Convention might as well have been done by Donnie & Marie: "Make The World Go Away" (Recorded at Kolob Recording Studios).
I have to concur with Bill Maher that there should be some new rules concerning presidential campaigning by presidential candidates who may want to later make rules for planet Earth: