OK, guess should have labeled it Rapture Countdown Clock but forgot to reread Revelations or study at all what this kook or crook preaches for do remember in my Bible Jesus recorded as saying no one shall know the time or day of the end times.
RepubliKKKans conveniently forget He preached on doing the best for even the most downtrodden of society: the poor, the widows, the infirm, and even foreigners among us.
A government budget remains a moral document: "What Would Jesus Cut indeed."
Great Mencken's ghost, what translation of the Holy Bible do these hypocrites read, these hucksters and clowns, the Koch brothers new abridged version?
[The end of the world is nigh; 21 May, to be precise. That's the date when Harold Camping, a preacher from Oakland, California, is confidently predicting the Second Coming of the Lord. At about 6pm, he reckons 2 per cent of the world's population will be immediately "raptured" to Heaven; the rest of us will get sent straight to the Other Place.
If Mr Camping were speaking from any normal pulpit, it would be easy to dismiss him as just another religious eccentric wrongly calling the apocalypse. But thanks to this elderly man's ubiquity, on America's airwaves and billboards, his unlikely Doomsday message is almost impossible to ignore.
Every day Mr Camping, an 89-year-old former civil engineer, speaks to his followers via the Family Radio Network, a religious broadcasting organisation funded entirely by donations from listeners. Such is their generosity (assets total $120m) that his network now owns 66 stations in the US alone.] emphasis added