Friday, October 19, 2012

To Dinesh, wife and fiancee are Christian values

For Dinesh D'Souza, it is the best of times and worst of times.  The iconic  right-wing guru has gained a fortune from his  "documentary"  film, 2016: Obama's America, which is said to draw and quarter the president several times over to the delight of those Obama-haters who laid out millions in cash to cheer.

But since nobody can be as perfect as he has been touted to be,  it was  also  reported this week that D'Souza was  forced out of his presidency of the The King's College, a small evangelical school in Manhattan,  because of an untidy personal life.

Actually, he said he resigned.  But you know how those things go.

His problem was his un-Christian  behavior  that led him to become engaged to a woman while he was still legally married to his estranged life.  Indeed, he even flaunted that  relationship by showing up with his fiancee at  one of those Christian values assemblies in South Carolina.  (Who knew?)

D'Souza has denied any wrongdoing but  said he decided to leave to protect the school.  Caught in an embarrassing mud hole,  King's Board Chairman Andy Mills tried to soften the narrative.

"God has a  mighty future for Dinesh,'" Mills said, "but there are some things he has to go through first."

In his documentary, D'Souza defied the Mayan calendar, which predicts the world will end on Dec. 21, 2012.    By D'Souza's calculation, the end of days will begin on November 6 if Obama is reelected.

Still, he shouldn't really care because it would a perfect fit for his own "mighty future".

 I've often said it:  You can't make this up.

1 comment:

David Hess said...

I assume that one thing Dinesh has to "go through" is a divorce.