Seldom does Adolf agree with Matt McCarten but today he does - and with Bill Ralston.
Both writers put thrust their journalistic javelins into the heart of the collective folly displayed by Copeland, Tamaki et al. And quite rightly.
It's almost as though Copeland, Tamaki and Lewis orchestrated their own crucifiction. Of course they will still be arguing about who should be the Messiah and who should be the common thieves.
Readers will know Adolf is a committed Christian who has long considered overtly Christian political parties to be akin to the Pharisees who prided themselves on declaring to the world how Godly they were. McCarten, somewhat with tongue in cheek, suggests God decided to intervene and bring about the destruction of the God Party. I don't know about that. God may well have much more important business at hand and with idiots like these at the helm He surely could rely on them to bring bout the desired result without the need for divine intervention.
I'd like to see a list of MPs and candidates who are Christians. These are the people who will exert genuine influence. People like Bill English and Chris Auchinvole. Are there others? Probably but I don't know who they are because they do not wear their religions on their sleeves.
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