... in a way even monster truck fans might comprehend. Told in the inimitable and perversely wonderful style of Jack Chick.
But perhaps lost in the weirdness is the fact that everything he says about Mormon beliefs are true. I'm not sure which is more bizarre, the fact that Chick as a Christian clings to many fables himself, or the Mormon fables that he holds up as evil and dangerous.
For hours of disturbingly hilarious fun, rummage through the vast trove of Chick tracts. I'm sure you'll learn things you never hoped to know.
This is something that the media has silently agreed was strictly taboo, and that's to actually mention anything about what Mormonism actually teachs.
You'll be waiting a long time before you hear anyone in the media suggest that maybe it's not that odd to question the wisdom of electing someone president of the United States who truly believes that they'll get to become a god on their own private planet after they die. (Or someone who doesn't believe in evolution, for that matter.)
Seriously, how is wearing sacred underwear and thinking you'll get your own planet, or stating that you essentially don't believe in science (evolution) any different from a candidate coming out and in all seriousness announcing that they believe in the tooth fairy or the easter bunny?
Why is believing in particularly bizarre religious fairy tales that fly in the face of all reason or logic accepted unquestioningly by millions, while any candidate espousing the equally goofy belief that the Easter Bunny exists would have their sanity questioned and be roundly mocked and dismissed?
I guess Republicans aren't really troubled by quasi-lunatics as their front-runners.
Laideeeeees and Gentleman! I give you, your 2008 Republican presidential prospects!