'BudgetTravel.com' Joins War On Christians
Quick, everybody! To the Youtube version of theBook of Leviticus! There, you can listen about what kind of extra-virgin olive oil to anoint yourself with while you scatter the ashes of BudgetTravel.com's charred corpse! But why are you sacrificing Budget Travel to your cruel and vengeful Yahweh? Oh, only because it hates all Christians, and Jesus, and YOU. It held an online poll asking what beloved American landmarks every kid should see by the time s/he is 15, and the Creation Museum in Kentucky (where else?) totally came in first, but then Budget Travel did not include it in its blog post or whatever, because it doesn't think the Creation Museum has "universal appeal." AS IF. Like it is not a fact universally appealing that the world is 6,000 years old, and Noah rode a dinosaur to his job at the Slate Rock and Gravel Company!
Noting the company explanation that the Creation Museum did not fit into a “universal appeal” profile, the ministry said, “We are certainly aware many evolutionists fear exposing children to the sort of critical thinking encouraged by a visit to the Creation Museum. And while we never discourage parents from taking their children to museums such as the number two choice on Budget Travel’s list – the Field Museum of Chicago, home of ‘the biggest Tyrannosaurus rex fossil ever dug up’ – we do suggest they go armed with a bucketful of discernment.”
But such blatant Oppression of Christians is not the only reason you should be SO MAD at Budget Travel! Let us see what kind of godless places did make their list! The US Space and Rocket Center? "Science." Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park? Heathens. The Metropolitan Museum of Art? New York and Jews. Hoover Dam? Taxes and big government "solving" all our problems! Museum of Science? SCIENCE IS RIGHT THERE IN THE NAME! The Birmingham Civil Rights Center AND the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum? If God didn't want black people to be slaves, he wouldn't have sent the children of Ham to be slaves, it is right there in the Bible, HELLO.
In conclusion, BudgetTravel.com has infringed on the Creation Museum's First Amendment right to be in its list of universally appealing things that all children should see, so please take your children to Kentucky at once, or else you are some kind of Jew, the end.