I've watched this a few times now and it gets a little more surreal with each viewing. I'm not sure what the more fascinating aspect of it is -- that he's hawking siding, windows and roofing while preaching conservative Christian values and an end to "secular socialism" or the fact that evangelicals are so arrogant in their moral certitude that they feel they can use their faith as a selling point. I mean, you'd never hear a Zen Buddhist or, perish the thought, an atheist telling a TV audience that it should buy his crap because he knows what's right for America and has the ticket to the hereafter.
By the way, if you want to make this really entertaining -- watch it while simultaneously playing GG Allin on your computer.
(via Christian Nightmares)