It's called Common Sense Jesus, and these are some of my faves:
The blog was inspired by a post from current presidential candidate Herman Cain where he blathers on about things he doesn't seem to understand:
Of course, the brilliance is that Jesus didn't use what we would refer to as "Common Sense." Certainly not what politicians and pundits mean when they say "Common Sense." In fact, it's quite the opposite from how the world operates and thinks. We have a limited imagination, and we are influenced by the Powers That Be to think that power comes only through violence and coercion. That hope ends when the figurehead is murdered (or when the centralizing area - say Zacutti Park - is shut down). That turning the other cheek is weak. That miracles don't happen and faith and hope are silly - or that we should only have faith and hope in future, otherworldly events without corresponding and revolutionary actions in the here and now.
For over 2,000 years the world has tried hard to erase the memory of the perfect conservative, and His principles of compassion, caring and common sense.
Jesus is decidedly nonsensical.