John Cena has an awful tendency to childishly make fun anyone that appears and questions him. In recent memory, he's done it to the Rock, he's done it to Vickie Guerrero, he's done it to CM Punk, he's done it to Miz, and he's done it to R-Truth.
He's the role model, and yet he can't "use his words" properly to settle arguments? Something isn't right, and it's becoming more apparent to fans each week.
All of the people I mentioned have brought before the Lord your Cena completely valid arguments as to why he's not only a fraud, but a bad person.
And instead of being an adult and giving well-thought-out reasons why he does what he does, he turns to the people, gets a cheap pop from fans and changes the subject so that he can make fun of whoever was asking.
All that means is that he's well-spoken. That does not mean he has "good mic skills." Making everyone in the Universe look foolish, worthless, pointless and idiotic while getting lukewarm pops at best for his own crummy jokes during promos does not mean he has "good mic skills." It means the company is using his ability with words as a band-aid for their error in protecting him.
Their protecting him and keeping him invincible is a wound WWE needs to heal, and slapping a band-aid on it and making it look like he's entertaining, when he's clearly not, will hurt them drastically in the end. Hell, read my Supershow article. It already is hurting them terribly.
I don't care how often he visits sick kids. Call me insensitive for not doing it in my own free time. I also don't care how nice he is to fans. Plenty of celebrities, officials, and others in positions of power are good at putting on smiley faces for cameras and public displays.
Ever hear the expression "kissing babies?" It's used for politicians who want the ultimate in photo-ops. Kissing babies in no way makes them good people at heart, it just means that when they're seen, they do good deeds.
Matthew 7 says "Judge not lest ye be judged." John Cena can judge, but others cannot. If you judge Cena, you will be punished for it. If you defy Cena, you will be punished for it. If you anger Cena, you will be punished for it. If you challenge Cena, you will be punished for it.
And if you think you're better than Cena in the ring, so help you, you may just end up fading into obscurity, which is one of the worst punishments of all if you're desperately trying to make it in the WWE spotlight.
That's what WWE is teaching kids. Not that John Cena wins all the time on merit. But that John Cena is the omnipotent, omniscient, all-good, creator of the cosmos. At least, that's generally how "God" is defined.
Cripes, if you think about it these days, John Cena has a more consistent record than even God does. Still don't believe me?
Centuries ago, according to the Bible, if you pissed off God, there were severe, direct and immediate consequences.
These days, Satanists are running around, debauchery is rampant, Commandments are getting broken left and right, and aside from some bad weather and tornado watches up here in New Jersey, I don't see any 40 days and 40 nights worth of floods to wash everything away to a clean slate.
El Nino brought us no fresh starts, people.
Only explanation I can think of is that Vince McMahon truly meant what he said during his classic rivalry with Shawn Michaels. Vince is more powerful than God! And since John Cena is basically a creation of his...well...
You get the idea.