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Sep 08 2017

Karma Calling

Moonbats shouldn’t delight too much in others’ misfortune. What goes around comes around:


If only the hurricane could hit this moonbat’s house alone.

Via Sense of Events, on a tip from Steve T.

21 Responses to “Karma Calling”

  1. Mack says:

    Poor, sad old woman.

  2. Harvey devastated the bluest part of Texas. If Irma hits Miami, it’ll do the same there. Who’s bragging about karma now?

  3. The LIEberal Media ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ says:

    LOL !

  4. Frank says:

    The shoe pinches her a bit when it’s on her other foot!

  5. Watchman59 says:

    I may be using this a lot for a while. “The fool says in his (or her) heart, ‘There is no God.’”

  6. JonathanBurke says:

    Of course, most liberals, including Crooked Hillary, hate KARMA (like they do everything!)

  7. MAS says:

    It stinks when karma runs over your dogma…

  8. susan says:

    THAT’S A WOMAN??????????

  9. Daniel Barger says:

    Yep….Irma is on the way and she’s driving the Karma bus……

  10. JackisBack says:

    I hope he drowns alone and afraid.

  11. BobSykes says:

    Why is the name blacked out? That name is public knowledge, and the author obviously wants credit for the tweet.

  12. 127guy says:

    I’m sure this is in the purview of the climate wizard, country goober Al Bore. And it will give him something to do.

  13. octa bright says:

    I do not wish that fate on anyone. However, I hope that he learns compassion and tolerance, at least a little.

  14. Frank says:

    Hillary’s not finished blaming others for her amazing loss of a wired campaign. She’ll kick the family dog next.

  15. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    I don’t have any desire for organized religion myself, but maybe there is a God. Maybe Christians have it all exactly right.

    Anyway, the phrase “I’m far too intelligent for religion” reeks of the kind smug self-certainty that makes my teeth itch. This kind of unthinking lack of humility before the awesome complexity of the universe is indeed foolish.

  16. Saxon Warrior says:

    Notice that fools who claim not to believe in God, still revere false gods. The word ‘Karma’ originates from the Eastern religions of Hinduism and Buddhism. Anyone without a foothold in the lap of Christ has an unsettling belief in the act of karma, even if they don’t care to admit it.

    Despite their smugness and their belief in their own intellectual superiority there’s none as superstitious as Atheists!

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