Those are some jesusy Christians in France, for sure.
Tell me why I should listen to you when you folks nearly nominated a man who’s treated multiple wives like garbage, and still has the audacity to act like he cares about the sanctity of marriage. (Oh yeah, it was his ‘passion for his country’ that forced him to stray, right?)
Tell me why I should believe all of your paranoid, slippery slope assertions when we’ve seen marriage between gay people cause zero problems, unless happiness and contentment of gay people is a problem for you, in several states as well as several of our allies’ countries? (Israel and Great Britain, for example.) You’ll recall that in November several states legalized gay marriage or repealed their bans on it.
Tell me why none of you criticized House Republicans for opposing VAWA, when domestic violence is certainly a threat to the sanctity of marriage?
Tell me why you hate big government so much until your lawmakers are begging the Supreme Court to uphold DOMA against the popular support of the country for equal rights? Why is big government such a threat until you need it to enforce your backward superstitions and antiquated notions about sex?
And, when you’re finished with all that, tell me how long you’re going to stay in bed weeping when DOMA is repealed? I’ll be the one holding the cup out to collect your sweet, conservative tears.
The funny thing to me is, Louis Giglio’s made his name combating human trafficking, right? (And I won’t argue against the nobility of that.) The thing is, the Bible explicitly condones and gives people tips on the practice, including the pricing of one’s slaves.
Gayness, on the other hand, wasn’t even mentioned by the founder of their religion, yet you have so-called Christians making their names and fortunes doing everything they can destroy the civil rights of gay people and insert their hateful dogma into every facet of government.
It’s a wee bit ironic. And I have to say, it was nice that the Inaugural Committee’s statement made it explicitly clear that they revoked the invitation to speak because Giglio’s a hateful homophobe.
Megachurch pastor Rick Warren says being gay is like punching a guy in the nose or consuming arsenic. Stay classy, Warren. (via think-progress)
Am I the only one who thinks “How soon until we find out he enjoys a dick in the ass?” when a megachurch pastor decides to run their mouth about homosexuality? (Invariably spreading myths and known falsehoods in the process.)
To the self-hating, evil
Christian sociopaths in the US who made it their mission to achieve this, I hope you are all outed by people you trusted and lose every fucking dime you ever made perpetrating this disgusting hate in America and abroad.