But first a word to the unvaccinated.  From God . . .

Jim Burt: “Martin Luther began the Protestant Reformation, ancestor of today’s various Evangelicals, about 500 years ago.  He had his own experiences with the epidemics that periodically raged through the Europe of his day. Luther chastised the ‘resisters,’  saying: ‘They are much too rash and reckless, tempting God and disregarding everything which might counteract death and the plague. They disdain the use of medicines; they do not avoid places and persons infected by the plague, but lightheartedly make sport of it and wish to prove how independent they are. They say that it is God’s punishment; if he wants to protect them he can do so without medicines or our carefulness. This is not trusting God but tempting him. God has created medicines and provided us with intelligence to guard and take good care of the body so that we can live in good health.’

“Luther went on to warn that those who ‘make no use of intelligence or medicine…become a suicide in God’s eyes.’

“Then he leveled the most serious charge against the ‘rash and reckless’ trying to ‘prove how independent they are,’ saying:  ‘It is even more shameful for a person to pay no heed to his own body and to fail to protect it against the plague the best he is able, and then to infect and poison others who might have remained alive if he had taken care of his body as he should have. He is thus responsible before God for his neighbor’s death and is a murderer many times over.'”

Thus spake Martin Luther, and through him, the Lord.

An even more influential object of worship among some these days has also finally become vocal in urging vaccination . . . if only to send Ron DeSantis a warning.

And now, speaking of said object of worship . . .

I’ve just listened to Hillary Clinton’s State of Terror (at 1.4X speed) and, while I was a little skeptical at first, boy does it ever snap, crackle, and pop.

One character is Secretary of State Ellen Adams.  Another is Eric Dunn, the recently defeated U.S. president, now back at his beyond-enormous Palm Beach estate.

Enjoy — or weep, as you see fit.


(unless you will be filing your return, with any balance due, by January 31)


Comments are closed.