Monday, March 16, 2009

Separated at Birth?

Meet Michael Steele, A Republican politician recently appointed Chair of the RNC. Could he be Adventist Evangelist Doug Batchelor's long lost twin brother? Consider the evidence:Both do the clasped hands=sincerity thingBoth know the power shake routineBoth enjoy a good photo op

Both talk with their hands

Michael Steele = 13 letters. Doug Batchelor = 13 letters

Both men lean far to the right. Both men wear oval-shaped glasses. Both men sport the "deforestation" hairdo. Both men counter their "low tide" hairstyles with dapper moustaches.

COINCIDENCE??? You be the judge.

11 comments:

Ken said...

This is hilarious! It can't be mere coincidence!

Richard said...

Wow! You analyzed this far more deeply than I had time to do. Excellent!!!

Anonymous said...

I can't imagine what caused you to use your talents this way. I understand that you may have some sort of dislike towards Advent-ism but being destructive doesn't help you or anyone else. You may not think that your 'jokes' are destructive and you will probably be quick to rebuke my comment but my only suggestion is that you use your talent for something other than knocking others beliefs. If you think that hating Adventist is your belief, give yourself more credit.

Christine said...

that is funny.

D Schram said...

You are very talented - love it. I think even Ellen White would laugh at these.

Kat said...
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Kat said...

Oops double post, sorry...

I think Mr. Batchelor is a lot more likable than Michael Steele, but I am definitely seeing some genetic coincidences here.

Anonymous said...

I think the shape of the ears would indicate that they are not related. Steele's are bigger at the bottom, while Batchelor's are bigger at the top.

greta said...

Glad to see someone else is finally noticing this similarity. The first time I saw Michael Steele, I thought, "Wow! Doug's long lost brother from another mother."

Kari said...

Too funny, it's about time we laughed at ourselves... That's the healthiest response. To Anonymous, I would hate to live in your household, where apparently being able to take a joke and laugh at your own humanity is a sin...

Keep going, enjoy the humor....

J. said...

Dear Anonymous,

If you're such a warrior for truth and light, why not put your name? Give YOURself credit.

-Recovering former Adventist (sober since last Saturday)