Seems that Rush got on the subject of what Jesus would say about the rich being taxed enough. And the 'WWJD' thing got him probably a little flummoxed so he shifted the meme to what most of us would consider firmer ground; "What Would Jesus Take?" Rush answered himself; "Nothing."
Obviously this is too much for some people, especially those who might say Jesus was a social activist, or a community organizer:
Now I'm not a very good Christian, but I believe. And I've read the Bible through a few times. The first, when I was young, scared the stuffin's out of me. Then as an adult I learned how to read it. And read it through twice. With all verses in context of those coming before and after. In fact the Gospel only really makes sense in context of the Old Testament.
So.. in those terms this guy's takedown covers the particulars O'Donnell cited pretty darn well.
But I've got another thought on it. Or maybe.. would like to advise O'Donnell of a few words also in the Bible.
You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God, for the Lord will not acquit anyone who misuses his name.as well as..
Render unto Caesar what is Caesar's and unto God what is God's.Now since we all have to act on our own beliefs and free will, something that O'Donnell seems to have a problem with, I'm gonna have to desist writing 'My Judgment' on that. After all it's possible O'Donnell is right and I am wrong.
If we believe the Bible, we know the devil is a great deceiver and may have pulled scales over my eyes and I've got it all wrong. But, from what I've always believed, I have to side with Rush.. Jesus wouldn't TAKE anything. Isn't that what Free Will is all about?
So, I can't speak for Jesus any more than Rush can. But, when I see what O'Donnell thinks, 'Pharisee' comes to mind.
MSNBC's O'Donnell Slams Limbaugh As Biblically Ignorant