The people that drive these vehicles think they’re doing good, and they think their means is justifiable, but it’s a very poor means of communicating their message to their target audience. One problem here is that they might be working from a confirmation bias setting, where they might have a story about how it works, but ignore or not consider how many people this negative advertising turns off.
There was one like this in Pennsylvania (Elk County area) that was driven by a guy who calls himself “Bishop” (maybe). Anyway the neighboring townspeople got mad because he has a shelter for homeless people (most of whom are convicts and at least two convicts are sex offenders). So some other religious nuts made pretty signs to post just outside his hippy little compound warning passing motorists that rapists live there. I don’t like that this guy is taking in multiple ex-con rapists but I can’t say that these convicts don’t deserve a meal and shelter either.
some religions require you to make an effort to save people from “damnation”. Some just take your money and say they’ll do it for you. Me, I look at it as a small parade, it doesn’t cost me a cent to watch.
@ Karma Hoser – Whatever meds he’s coming off of he should probably share. I’m starting to see crazy stuff like before I scrolled down there was this radicalist van with religious propaganda crap neatly painted all over it…
@ BILL C. That would be funny……@Matt,,,I totally agree with you, it isn’t hard to understand why some of my friends are atheists……@KARMA HOSER,,,,I’m going to probably regret it, but I agree with you…..
WWJD? (What would Jesus drive?) Certainly not this!
Totally agree with Matt. And the Thou-shalt-not-tailgate-mobile is in the same category.
And I’m a Christian, and stuff like this is just plain wrong. JC didn’t push his message like this; why should anyone else?