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Liberty University

I don’t expect us to be moral
I don’t expect us to be good.
I don’t expect that much of others
Cause who am I to should? [1]

But call yourself a school
That teaches right from wrong
That’s based on Christian love
That sings a Jesus song. [2]

You dedicate to Liberty
And to The Word of God.
It’s a simple two by two my friends
The logic is not odd.

There’s a special place in hell
For just one of the four cell
The Shepherd knows, of that I’m sure
What little I know well.

Misconduct, Corinth Chapter 5, [3]
Behavior even Pagans will not tolerate.
Beneath your cross, the ones you lay
The oaths you speak, then violate. [4]

Like wolves among the sheep
The worst of our humanity
For you, for God and man I weep
A dialectic of insanity. [5]

Its not based upon a bible [6]
You know it when its true
We’re just men of that I’m clear
Its what us sinners do.‍

How can you face your fellow men?
How can you face yourself again?
My soul belongs to God, I know.
I made that bargain long ago [8]

A special place in hell
My belief depends it true
A well named cell
A bloody nameplate just for you. [7]

As leaders of an institution
Shrouded in The Word
Piously judging others
When inside you’re just a turd.


I forgive you.

You can do better.


Inspired by the lawsuits between the founder’s son and the board of Liberty University

[1] Pope says “Who am I to judge?”

[2] Liberty University’s Seven Hills Worship

[3] Corinth Chapter 5

[4] Liberty Code of Conduct.

[5] A combination of the Dialectic of Enlightenment, Science and Sanity and The Dialectic of the Sacred and the Comic.

[6] Not-a-Bible

[7] A 2×2

[8] Who Am I – sung by Jean Valjean in Les Miserables

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