Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

Sedition. Sashay. Salacious.

Lord, hear the cried of your people.  No, not THOSE people.

Sedition.  The last week, I have been in my prayer closet so much, my hair smells like mothballs!  Lord, hear us!  Listen, as a Christian, I appreciate passion for a cause more than some do.  So many are dismayed that the man they believe to be “ordained by God” to be President was unfairly torn asunder from his duties.  Where is their faith?  Do they feel emboldened to do work that is best left to trust in the Lord?  Perhaps the Almighty has greater plans for Brother Trump.  As always, scripture should be our guide.  Matthew 21:22…….“Give therefore to the emperor the things that are the emperor’s, and to God the things that are God’s.” When they heard this, they were amazed; and they left him and went away.”  Jesus is telling these hooligans to leave politics to politics and what they think of the Lord’s intentions to the Lord.  Let us all pray that they shall be amazed and go away.

Sashay.  Poor, delicate Lindsey Graham.  After countless defenses of the behavior of his boss, he finally found his testicles (after feeling for them for far too long) and acknowledged the win of President-elect Biden.  Oh my, that did not sit well with the crowd yelling for Barabbas.  As Lindsey sashayed through Reagan airport to head back to his homestead, a crowd of insurrectionists crowded around him with their voices lifted in anger.  The news tells us that “the senator at one point appeared to respond to someone in the crowd but it’s unclear what he said.”  I’m going to presume it was something to the effect of “be gone, before someone drops a house on you!” or “I know you are, what am I?”  Fortunately, Missssssster Graham was able to make his flight unscathed where he promptly had a fainting spell.

Salacious.  Let us finally take care for Sister Melania Trump, our “I did not bargain for this” First Lady.  Let us commend her for her words of comfort following last week’s unrest.  But then the Lord led her to say that it was “shameful that surrounding these tragic events there has been salacious gossip, unwarranted personal attacks, and false misleading accusations on me — from people who are looking to be relevant and have an agenda.”  Oh Sister.  Bless your heart.  But we have to admit that no one can spot “salacious” better than Miss “I’ll bet Jackie Kennedy never showed her bosoms like this.”  Are people saying salacious things about you, Mrs. Trump?  Yes.  Yes, they are.