Only Steve King's Corn Bible Can Fix America
Iowa Congressman andracism expert Steve King heard that some Beltway libtards were going to discuss the question, "Does Christianity require America to just give out amnesty to all the illegals, or what?" Of course, the bleeding-hearts concluded that yes, let’s just let any Messican flag desecrationist with a toilet seat come here and live, and give 'em a free churro too while you’re at it. King has written a thing proving that this conclusion is WRONG. Please get out your King Steve-King Bible and turn to the Book of Steve King, where we will discover the real answers to all of America’s immigration problems.
First of all, King writes, the libs treat the Bible "as a living document subject to activist interpretation on behalf of radical policy initiatives." The Bible is not living! It is made of dried corn husks and Sharpie pen ink. Leave it alone.
The Bible totally spells out what we’re supposed to do about borders:
The Bible is very clear not only on the subject of borders, but also on the importance of obeying the Rule of Law. Since the Democrats at the hearing greeted these two points with silence, I can only assume that they regarded the following passages of the Bible as "inconvenient truths."
There is no "Book of Al Gore" in the Bible, people. Instead, there is Deuteronomy:
For example, take Deuteronomy 32:8. That passage reads: "When the Most High gave to the nations their inheritance, when he divided mankind, he fixed the borders of the peoples according to the number of the sons of God."
Those guys in "the Acts" -- the Old Testament doo wop band, or improv troupe, or whatever they were -- totally second this emotion about borders being fixed, King writes. "God made all nations who live on earth, and he decided when and where every nation would be." God made this American nation, and Fox Nation, and MTV Live Nation, and Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation, and these nations are immovable, DON'T TOUCH THEM.
King goes on about some other Bible stuff that your Wonkette doesn’t want to read right now, but you go ahead. We did spot this invitation while skimming toward the end (just to see how long King's piece was, pretty much):
I say we welcome [the Tards of Lib] to a public discussion of the Bible’s meanings. If we do, I believe we will have a very interesting impact on American policy. In the near run, I believe that a fuller discussion of Biblical teachings in the wake of the Democrats’ show hearing would move the illegal immigration debate in a direction that proponents of amnesty never expected. It would further galvanize public opposition to the proposal.
Steve King is like the Frank Sinatra of Bible studies, all "My Way," but holding a pitchfork instead of a microphone. Oh, and right about everything! Can't forget that part, it is WRITTEN. [To Renew America]