Now, we all know that antidisestablishmentarianism is no pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, but everyone knows that pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis came from a lab. and is not a natural occurrence. Antidisestablishmentarianism on the other hand is all natural and Good. We want to tell you about antidisestablishmentarianism, all of its great merits, and what it can potentially mean for you. That is, if you don’t mind.
Unlike that old Duke Ellington song You’re Just an Old Antidisestablishmentarianismist, we are actually pro-antidisestablishmentarianism. In fact, one could even say that we love antidisestablishmentarianism, but let’s not go too far here. Anyways, let’s talk about what what antidisestablishmentarianism can do for you.
The first great part of antidisestablishmentarianism is that we believe in fighting liberals. Wait, is that right? OK, rolling with the punches here. Um. Yeah, so, fighting liberals. You see, the liberals of England want to disestablish the Church of England, meaning no longer recognizing it as the official state church. For some, separation of church and state is a good thing. However, it’s not as many as you might actually think.
Those of us who identify as antidisestablishmentarianismists for one reason or another are still fighting the fight that was begun by our ancestors in 1701, almost as soon as the King of England was declared the supreme leader of the church as well as the country. Ever since, liberals of all shapes and forms have been fighting against this establishment and we have been there, fighting right back.
Eventually, the Void will envelope all of us, but for now, we are keeping the liberals at bay. Although Hell might open and swallow us hole, at least we will have never separated the church and the state because it was the liberal thing to do. Good one, David.
This article was written by Nathan Ellwood, who would like to thank the illustrious Lene for inspiring this article. Follow him on Twitter @NPEllwood and her @ArlenieBeanie.