I struggle for anything to add to this. The latest WorldNetDaily (which translates in the ancient Hebrew as “crazy ass motherfuckers”) exclusive:
Did Jesus actually reveal name of the ‘antichrist’?
Viral video makes Hebrew word connection to latest White House occupant
You better believe this is a WND “Exclusive”. I suppose I could report that bats just flew out of my ass and label it a Plunderbund Exclusive.
You simply can’t even IMAGINE this shit if it wasn’t right there in all it’s wingnut glory. Hell, this is making me doubt the nutloonery of the Birthers […]Full Story... →
President Obama recently announced that he plans to change some crappy Bush-era policies allowing doctors and pharmacists to refuse care to female patients who need contraceptives or want to terminate their unwanted pregnancies.
Anti-choice nutjobs are, of course, pissed off. But this time they are taking a new approach. Instead of their normal accusations that The President supports killing babies, they are accusing him of giving women breast cancer. Seriously.
According to Karen Malec, president of the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer (and noted wingnut):
Basic medical texts acknowledge that women can help prevent breast cancer by having more […]Full Story... →
The next RNC chairman will be elected tomorrow and I really, really, really hope it’s Ken Blackwell.
According to Ken he deserves to be chairman because “he has more than 4,000 friends on Facebook and owns seven guns.”
Well hot damn, that’s good enough for me.
He also has the endorsement of every religious extremist in the party and a win for Blackwell will almost guarantee years of internal strife for the Republicans as they move further to the right and further away from the average voter.
Best of luck Mr. Blackwell! We’re all rooting for you.Full Story... →
Take a look and we’ll discuss:
First and foremost, we simply must get beyond the overt and dangerous mix of politics, governing, and religion. It’s toxic and un-American. I’m hopeful we can do that. Generic invocations of God are one thing. Talking about Jesus defeating Buddha is quite another.
Secondly, if you are going to bash other religions you might as well make a cursory attempt at being knowledgeable about them. Reverend Conrad appears to be completely ignorant about the subject matter. Hindu is not a God. It’s an adherent of the religion Hinduism. Hinduism for the most […]Full Story... →
McCain’s comments Wednesday to the Weekly Standard’s Stephen Hayes that former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge’s pro-abortion rights views wouldn’t necessarily rule him out quickly found their way into the in-boxes of Christian conservatives. For those who have been anxiously awaiting McCain’s pick as a signal of his ideological intentions, there was deep concern that their worst fears about the Arizona senator may be realized.
“It absolutely floored me,” said Phil Burress, head of the Ohio-based Citizens for Community Values. “It would doom him in Ohio.”
Burress emailed about a dozen “pro-family leaders” he knows outside Ohio and […]Full Story... →
Auto-replace is no friend to wingnut christofascists i guess. This one is hilarious:
In addition to blocking traffic from websites they don’t like, it looks like the web-geniuses behind the American Family Association’s OneNewsNow site have a few other tricks up their sleeves, such as automatically replacing any use of the word “gay” with the word “homosexual” in any of the AP stories they run … leading to instances in which proper names are reformatted to meet their ridiculous standard, such as this article about sprinter Tyson Gay winning the 100 meters at the U.S. Olympic track and field […]Full Story... →
A group of Christian leaders recently put together a document called “An Evangelical Manifesto” in which they condemn Christians on the right (and left) for using faith to push their own personal, political agendas.
People like Phil Burress, Richard Land and James Dobson – the worst offenders of politicizing faith – were not invited to participate in the process.
Funny thing happened today though. The Florida Baptist Witness published an opinion piece written by Land called Why I am not signing the ‘Evangelical Manifesto’ in which he claims:
As I grow more mature in years I am more and […]Full Story... →
Hearings on Senate Bill 305 start tomorrow.
The goal of the bill is to prevent discriminatory practices on the basis of “sexual orientation”.
Besides the normal cast of characters coming out for and against this bill- we also have, for the first time I can remember, the business community getting involved.
Big Ohio companies like Cardinal Health, Cleveland Clinic and Nationwide Insurance are finally doing the right thing by publicly supporting this legislation…
Unfair practices are bad for business and bad for Ohio’s economy. Top Ohio employers like Nationwide Insurance say that Ohio’s intolerance harms their ability to […]Full Story... →
Tony Perkins is pissed because someone decided to host a religious event without inviting him. Boo hoo.
CNN’s “Compassion Forum”, held this past Sunday, allowed both Democratic candidates to answer questions about their faith that, thankfully, didn’t come from Christofascist asshats like Perkins.
As a result, the forum focused on issues that real Christians should care about. Things like poverty, human rights and the worldwide AIDS crisis.
According to Perkins, these are not the issues closest to Christians’ hearts.
Instead, Tony claims that: “our priority as Christians should be as those of the Founding Fathers; protect the sanctity of […]Full Story... →
With Easter quickly approaching, I was really starting to expect some ‘War on Easter’ articles and posts from the bible-thumping right. It’s pretty pretty quiet though. Until today.
That’s when I came across this article in the Christian-themed Citizen USA newspaper about that dangerous false prophet: The Easter Bunny.
In it the author warns us to keep ‘fanciful characters’ like the Easter Bunny far away from our children because such characters ‘threaten their faith in the true and living God.’
The problem is: kids, like all people, want to believe in stuff. And it’s dangerous to let them […]Full Story... →
I wish I was making this up. I’m not. This is a hate email the author of a vegan blog received.
You people are going to ruin your little daughter and make her burn in hell like the two of you. You think you are clever and so does the devil. Only God has the answer for you. God or G. Bush.
Apparently being vegan is against God. Oh, and God and Dubya are indistinguishable.
Wow.Full Story... →