Potential Voter Profile of the Day: Mamie Sonnier

It’s about time to start profiling the type of people who are eligible to vote in the upcoming election. They offer a rallying cry, with their intrepid wills, firm beliefs, and unquestionable logical skills.

Today, we salute Mamie Sonnier for her firm stance against the biblical beast. (Note: the video at this link is mandatory for all readers).

How do we know about her? Sadly, the Moss Bluff, Louisiana school her child attends decided to utilize bio-scan technology in order to expedite the lunch processing for more than 1000 kids in the district. This particular scanner is called a “palm-vein scanner,” utilizing infrared technology to check the vein layout of the scanee to make an accurate identification. The technology is designed to facilitate more accurate billing and tracking for the crowded district. Principal Caldarera addressed the need for the new system:

“We are so large,” said Caldarera. “With an elementary school, they all come through line, and most of them eat here. It would make us more efficient and more accurate. We’ve had parents complain in the past, because they felt like their children weren’t eating, that we assigned them a charge for the day, and they might have been right.”

Ms. Sonnier knows better.

“As a Christian, I’ve read the Bible, you know go to church and stuff,” said Sonnier. “I know where it’s going to end up coming to, the mark of the beast. I’m not going to let my kids have that.”

Huh? Well, OK. I’ve watched “Deliverance,” you know go to WalMart and stuff. So what’s the deal?

Luckily, C-Net did some investigating to find an answer as to the problem with scanning palms for vein layouts. It appears to be from Revelations:

If anyone worships the beast and its image and receives his mark on the forehead or on their hand, they, too, will drink of the wine of God’s fury, which has been poured full strength into the cup of his wrath. They will be tormented with burning sulfur in the presence of the holy angels and of the Lamb.

It appears from the first linked story that she is not the only appalled and enraged parent.

So, there you go, one of the many fine, accomplished, and insightful potential voters for this fall’s election. Happy polling!

Oh, one more thing (H/T to friend-of-Unwashed-Advocate Columbo), just remember this the next time you choose to deride other religions for their crazy, illogical, faith-based interpretations.

 

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3 thoughts on “Potential Voter Profile of the Day: Mamie Sonnier

  1. It seems like any slippery slope argument that I could pose would just make it seem as if I wear a tin foil hat and sit around watching Gattaca over and over. Besides, I’m sure the lunch monitor and school IT people have extesive training on how to adequately safeguard computer networks and personally identifying information. So instead, I’ll make an economic argument. Just use an alphabetized checklist, a pen, and a clipboard and save your school district some money. If the folks running the clipboard screw up, fire a few and I bet they’ll become more accurate. Or spend many thousands on a solution to get rid of a handful of complaints about a few dollars here and there.

    Since the school didn’t go the clipboard route, maybe the remaining smart course of action here is just to buy a lunch box for her daughter and quit complaining.

    • Carry a lunchbox?! How dare you suggest such a thing.

      I’m quite positive that there is a passage in scripture that, if interpreted carefully, states that only demon children carry the cubes of sustenance.

      • “In this the children of God are manifest, and the children of the devil: whosoever doeth not righteousness is not of God, neither he that carries a box engraved with an image of Scooby Doo”. 1 John 3:10

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