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In response to the petition calling for his ouster…

… Harrison Butker has initiated a petition of his own. It calls for striking the song “I Can’t Say No” from the score of Oklahoma.

Margaret Soltan, May 17, 2024 12:58PM
Posted in: forms of religious experience

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4 Responses to “In response to the petition calling for his ouster…”

  1. Stephen Karlson Says:

    He’s not going anywhere, unless he double-doinks a field goal in the playoffs. At the moment, the Chiefs have sold out his jerseys.

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Stephen: Half of those jerseys were sold to his Onward Christian Soldiers army; the other half, I figure, are gag gifts/Halloween costumes. The guy’s a world-historical figure, after all.

  3. Stephen Karlson Says:

    UD, is “Onward Christian Soldiers” the latest evolution from “clingers” to “deplorables” to “ultra-MAGA”? As far as gag gifts or trick or treating, is Butker (or White 92) a recognition code in place of that red ballcap? We’ll see how that plays out in voting, whether for president or school board, or whether those school board votes, at the margin, will contribute to the flight of the credentialed professionals from the populists’ neighborhoods.

  4. Margaret Soltan Says:

    ‘Onward’ is simply descriptive. He’s a soldier for Christ and he’s mustering an army.

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