Friday March 17, 2017
One of the Greatest Lines in Movie History
The shit you come across on Twitter.
This thing somehow wound up in my feed today. It's a right-wing defense by a right-wing idiot of Donald Trump's severe and idiotic budget cut proposals.
In Matt 25, when Jesus talks about caring for “the least of these,” he isn’t talking about the poor in general, but fellow Christians.— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) March 17, 2017
What do you do with that? Argue? Face palm? Move to Mexico?
On the plus side, it did make me recall one of the greatest lines in movie history—something that is truer today than when it was originally said in 1986:
Point for the arts, currently on the chopping block.
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