Thursday, June 12, 2008

Get Out the Demons in '08!

Bobby Jindal, the 37-year-old governor of Louisiana who's been mentioned as a possible VP for McCain, has an interesting past:
. . . in an essay Jindal wrote in 1994 for the New Oxford Review, a serious right-wing Catholic journal, Jindal narrated a bizarre story of a personal encounter with a demon, in which he participated in an exorcism with a group of college friends. And not only did they cast out the supernatural spirit that had possessed his friend, Jindal wrote that he believes that their ritual may well have cured her cancer.
Take that, John Edwards! You might end poverty, but Jindal is going to end cancer. And not with some tangled, wasteful bureaucracy, but just with his God thoughts. That should poll very well.


Blogger Dezmond said...

Obama attended a church that believes that AIDS was invented by the U.S. Government. There are wackjobs on both sides.

2:17 PM  
Blogger JMW said...

This post didn't say anything about either side having a monopoly on wackjobs. In fact, it made fun of John Edwards. But thanks for your paranoia.

2:52 PM  
Blogger Dezmond said...

And anyway, McCain will most likely pick Romney as his running mate. (Romney subscribes to a religion that tells him he will eventually have his own planet).

5:35 PM  

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