Time now for the 2009 Preposterous Statement Tournament (not to be confused with the Common Man Dan Cole’s Preposterous Statement Tournament). You can follow the tournament by using the 20 Times Around the Block Preposterous Statement bracket. Make your pick for a winner! A complete list of the statements can be found here.
Which statement is more preposterous?
3. I think soon the Obama Administration will start punishing those who do good and rewarding evil.–Blue Collar Todd commenting on Between Two Worlds.
14. Whether it was the religious leaders who paid Judas 30 pieces of silver to deliver up our Savior, or the German clergy who found hope in the visage of Germany’s new leader named Hitler and who refused to decry his slaughter of the Jews, or whether it was the Orthodox clergy in Russia who worked, hand in hand, with the KGB to round up believers worshiping in apartments who obeyed God rather than men, or whether it is the emerging left apostates who cheerlead the most virulently pro-child killing President in US history, they are all the same underneath.–Ingrid Schlueter
In this matchup, two ultra-conservative Christian bloggers go head to head in an Obama hating cage match that is sure to leave lots of blood on the floor. Slice of Laodicea all-star Ingrid Schlueter takes on 4-time Preposterous Statement nominee “Blue Collar Todd” who likes to give us reasons why he is not a democrat. There really isn’t much to say about game plan in this match up other than who can come up with the most superlatives when spewing invective towards president Obama. But the two differ drastically in style. Schlueter is zealous to make the most far-fetched connections to the past she can, while Blue Collar is content with blunt assertions.