Monica Lewinsky offered an interesting take on vice president Mike Pence’s suggestions to choose more time in prayer than on the internet.
When you’re talking about church and prayer, then being on your knees makes sense. But the Times wanted to get Pence’s message across, and length constraints on catchy headlines being what they are, came up with this effort:
Pence: ‘Spend more time on your knees than on the internet’
Twitter being what it is, users only had one thought and it didn’t involve prayer herunterladen.
Freelance journalist Lauren Duca offered a snarky response to the Times tweet of the column: “OK, who’s gonna tell him?”
def not me. 👀
— Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) August 7, 2019
Solid effort, Ms herunterladen. Lewinsky.
Pence Is Right
All joking aside, it’s clear that as Pence suggests, this country needs a return to prayer in a major way.
Though he made his comments regarding political life and dealing with attacks from opponents, the message could easily apply to the general state of discourse in America today russisch musiken kostenlos.
“No. 1 is, spend more time on your knees than on the internet,” he advised. “Forgiveness is a great gift.”
The message echoes that of Texas Governor Greg Abbott who, in response to a previous mass shooting in his state opined that “The problem is not guns, it’s hearts without God.”
They Love to Mock Pence
While this particular response wasn’t as vicious in nature, the vice president is often mocked for his conservative and religious beliefs, which the left seems to view as naive voicemail herunterladen.
Naturally, liberals took that loyalty to the woman he loves and made a mockery of it, even comparing the idea to holding women down through Sharia law herunterladen.
Sincere question. How is this different from extreme repressive interpretations of Islam (“Sharia Law!”) mocked by people like Mike Pence
— Xeni (@xeni) March 29, 2017
Comedian Joy Behar, co-host of ‘The View,’ has also mocked Pence for praying to Jesus, saying to do so was essentially a form of “mental illness.”
“It’s one thing to talk to Jesus,” Behar quipped windows 7 kostenlos herunterladen chip. “It’s another thing when Jesus talks to you. That’s called mental illness, if I’m not correct, hearing voices.”
Mental illness is thinking people don’t have a right to their religious views and mocking them when they express their faith.
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