The magazine with the religious name thinks Olivers line about short 300 pound welfare cheats eating bags of fudge rounds on our dime is “disdainful towards people on welfare. Christians shouldn’t be.”.
Here’s the line in the song:
Lord, we got folks in the street, ain’t got nothin’ to eat
And the obese milkin’ welfare
Well, God, if you’re 5-foot-3 and you’re 300 pounds
Taxes ought not to pay for your bags of fudge rounds
Yea, no. The words are simple truth that anyone that isn’t a marxist / collectivist / communist / fool can see.
The song resonates with Americans. Anti-Americans hate it and are trying to tear it down. I’ll leave it to the reader to decide where “Christianity” Today falls in that binary spectrum.