Blog Puts Tea Party Gems in the Mouth of Jesus Site gives conservative wisdom the Christ test By Kate Seamons, Newser Staff Posted Jul 1, 2010 9:19 AM CDT 64 comments Comments Wisdom from Tom Mullins, the Republican nominee for a northern New Mexico congressional seat. (Tea Party Jesus) (Newser) – If you have an important deadline today, stop reading this—continuing basically guarantees that the next 27 minutes will be eaten up by plenty of clicking and, depending on your political persuasion, grimacing or chuckling. The on-fire new blog Tea Party Jesus is so simple it's smart: It superimposes bubbles containing wisdom (or, as the Huffington Post calls it, "hateful, ignorant, or otherwise nonsensical rants") from the mouths of Ann Coulter, Bill O'Reilly, and other conservatives on pictures of Christ. Irony, hilarity ensue. Neat blog feature: Click on the image and you'll be taken to an article that contains the actual quote, revealing the identity of the person who caused Jesus to say, "If I was in a drugstore and some guy opened the door for me, I'd rip his arm off and beat him with the wet end. That was a joke." Click here for much, much more.