Written by b kenneth mcgee

Saturday, 21 July 2012

Gideon International and the NRA announced at a joint press conference this morning plans to join forces in an international effort to pursue their interests. The Gideon's known for placing billions of bibles in hotel rooms all over the world is a Christian evangelical organization that is specific in its intentions. ""We need more and better Christians and fewer non- Christians in this world. This is a perfect combination of mutual interests.

A spokesman for the NRA agreed saying, "We need more folks with guns, good Christian people who need to stand their ground. It is God's will for us to arm America and next, the world!" He paused and then going off script said, "And a hell of a lot more efficient than renting some coliseum and buying a bunch of lions!"

Evidently, the two groups will have a printed message lying alongside each hand gun and the bible. It will have a message for Christians and non-Christians. Fir Christians, it reads, "Take this gun if you feel the need and do the right thing!" For non-Christians it reads, "Take this gun non-believer and do the right thing!"

At the end of the press conference the two groups joined hands and sang, "Onward Christian soldier" and, "Yes, Jesus loves me."

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Topics: Guns

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