Reponse to MJ Fox misinformation ad

The following ad is planned to play tonight during the World Series, although there are last minute details still being worked out. It features Jim Caviezel of "The Passion of Christ;" Cardinals pitcher Jeff Suppan, Arizona Cardinals QB Kurt Warner, and Patricia Heaton of "Everybody Loves Raymond."

And no, Caviezel is not saying, "This is Jesus Christ, and I approve this message," at the beginning, as is being nefariously blogged (although that's hilarious). According to the American Papist blog, Caviezel is speaking Aramaic: "L'bar nash b'nashak," which is "The son of man with a kiss." Continues American Papist:

He is quoting the Gospel of Luke (22:48) which reads:

[47] While he [Jesus] was still speaking, there came a crowd, and the man called Judas, one of the twelve, was leading them. He drew near to Jesus to kiss him; [48] but Jesus said to him, "Judas, would you betray the Son of man with a kiss?"

By quoting this passage, Caviezal is making the point that just as Judas betrayed Jesus through a symbolic kiss of "friendship," the people of Missouri are being misled from the truth about amendment 2 by the false claim that amendment 2 will save lives (instead of actually harming innocent lives).


I'm ashamed Fox is a Canadian. And from what I've been able to gather he was "acting" his condition to make it more apparent and obvious.

Thats shameful, so how much was he paid to shill for the social engineers and big money medicine?

Millions, my best guess. Someone should ask him point blank.

Once God starts a life, it's not up to us to interfere accept to protect what God created.

The Good Lord must be aghast at what we have become as a society, how low some of us will stoop for the love of money and fame.

Posted by: Mark-Alan Whittle at October 27, 2006 8:59 AM