The less a person understands the Constitution, the more likely they are to dress up as a Founding Father.

The straight truth about Holy Writ:

In The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to the Bible, you’ll discover:

  • How the ethical codes of the Old Testament were unique for their time — and why that matters
  • How there were few voices in the ancient world that discerned any distinction between what was legal and what was moral or right — aside from the biblical prophets
  • How Biblical religion is not the enemy of science — but actually made modern science possible
  • How critics of the Bible often mistake descriptions of actual human conduct for God’s will
  • Refuted: the effort by liberal scholars to debunk those passages in the Bible that have traditionally been seen as unambiguous condemnation of homosexuality
  • How the Bible laid the ground work for modern democracy

Engaging and comprehensive, with interesting sidelights on how the Founding Fathers and great thinkers throughout history extolled the manifold virtues of deep familiarity with the contents of the Bible, The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to the Bible establishes a strong line of defense for conservatives looking for ammunition against the secularist onslaught.

By OTOOLEFAN and LiberalChik

Idiocracy has arrived in America. Bookstores are turning into Right Wing gift shoppes, teeming with fantasy tales about what America is supposed to be (and never was) and the uneducated, uninformed, and previously uninvolved are eating them up. Case in point is the newly released “Politically Incorrect Guide to the Founding Fathers” by Brion McClanahan. Filled with enough wingnut fuel to inspire any wanna-be teabagger to don a three-cornered hat, PIG claims to Right the wrong perceptions of the Founding Fathers which have been Liberalized all these many years.

But Wait! There’s More!

Order now and you also get the Politically Incorrect Guide to American History and the Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression.

A thrice-divorced adulterer sounds pretty secular to me, Newt


Do these come with a free musket, too?

Who's WE?

Wow, look at all the books Rupert Murdoch bought!

Manifesto? Isn't that what the Uni-Bomber called his book?

Be araid! Be very afraid!

Why not just call it "Conversations With Myself"?

  1. Eric L
    November 15, 2011 at 4:38 pm

    The impress I get from the poster is that he indeed is an ideologue himself and since this person vehemently disagrees with the principles of individualism and liberty as inspired by the philosophies of Adam Smith and John Locke I would venture to say that you have read NONE of these books and there fore you are not being intellectually honest your self. You are no better than the rightist ideologues you eschew, you are just on the opposite end of the spectrum. Granted I do not know what you even believe in, I certainly know what you do NOT believe in. It is a little hasty to start people an idiot when you have know idea what they actually wrote and said. You can do better.

  2. January 11, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    Bloody hell

  3. Francie Ryl
    January 11, 2011 at 6:29 pm

    Wow, would’ve thunk, they could read a book, let alone write some.
    This is so very sad to anyone who loves to read good books.

  4. October 29, 2010 at 9:41 pm

    Seems a wickedly accurate satire on the modern distressing situation. Though I’m not familiar with US politics (I’m Japanese) I enjoy this.

  5. @Marnus3
    June 8, 2010 at 11:21 pm

    The founding fathers would demand a paternity test.

  6. June 8, 2010 at 10:42 pm

    Wow! Just… Wow! I moved down under when W was appointed by the SCOTUS and I’m not sure I could handle browsing through a US bookstore now. Sad, very sad. Those morons would be the first folks that the “Founding Fathers” would run out of town.

  7. June 8, 2010 at 10:37 pm

    “The Founders waged a war of independence, not a revolution.”

    What on earth does that mean?

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