'I'm going straight to heaven'
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
Evangelists believe the "Bigger the Hair", the closer to God for thee, nothing could be truer than Tammy Faye Baker. Tammy as you may remember was a Alice Cooper Mascara wearing wanna be "Big Hair Matriarch" of the Bible Thumping Set, whose crash and burn 130 million dollar PTL (Pass the Loot) Ministry of the 80's was fraught with scandal from her Hubby Jim Baker ministering his own brand of evangelical "Hide the Weenie" justice with ladies of questionable morals to tax shelters, as well as ensuring their flock , mostly the elderly who gave away their life's savings to maintain the Bakers über rich lifestyle in order to reserve a place in Heaven alongside "Jaysus".
Tammy immediately changed her ways after witnessing her husband crying hysterically like a schoolgirl at an N'Sync concert as he was led away in handcuffs to prison.
Tammy soon found financial opportunities in a new man with money to maintain her lifestyle of mascara and big hair while she went on the road trying to atone for her sins. To some donors who became destitute, it was too little, too late.
Tammy's belief that her fate is up to God and that "she is going straight to heaven", may find herself sitting "Outside Heavens waiting Room" for a long, long time until other Scandal ridden "Big Hair notables" one day arrive, such as Ernest Angley, Jimmy Swaggart, Benny Hinn,John Wesley Fletcher, Darlene Bishop,Ted Haggard, Kent Hovind, Jim Whittington, Randall Radic,
Robert Tilton, and lest we not forget her raping deviant ex hubby Jimmay Baker and the list goes on.
Once all these Evangalists are all together, God in his infinite wisdom will give them a collective "Bitch Slap" and try and pass them off to Satan, who will immediately go into hiding as even Satan has his limits.
I'm going straight to heaven'
Tammy Fay Messner dies of cancer
Published: Sunday, July 22, 2007
WASHINGTON - Tammy Faye Messner, the televangelist who helped lead the PTL ministry before its collapse in a sex and corruption scandal, has died at age 65, her Web site reported yesterday.
Ms. Messner died Friday after a long battle with cancer, CNN said. Larry King, who interviewed Ms. Messner on his Larry King Live talk show Thursday, said her family had asked him to make the delayed announcement of her death. "She died peacefully," Mr. King said on CNN's website.
"I believe when I leave this Earth because I love the Lord, I am going straight to heaven," Ms. Messner told Mr. King in the interview