Patty Jo Marsh only wants the best for her children. She serves them Kraft mac and cheese rather than the generic brand that comes in the plain white box. The same goes for dips, I'm sure she buys them the best that the American Smokeless Tobacco Company has to offer: Skoal and Copenhagen rather than that candy-ass Kodiak chew.
And when it came time to give her kids a genuine Christian prison tattoo, she turned to her husband, a practiced amateur with a guitar-string-needle, rather than a professional tattman, because that's how it's done in the joint.
There was a time when authenticity meant something in America.
But the secularslamunistofascist government of Georgia denies parents the right to give their children genuine Christian prison tattoos. They hate Jesus and all he represents. That includes prison, the place where so many of us find Him and receive the guitar-string-needle sacrament of the blue-inked cross.
Now, Patty Jo and her husband stand accused of cruelty to children, reckless conduct and tattooing. Please pray for them.
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