“There was never a cow going around slobbering on another cow, sending a signal that I’m in love with this cow,” he said. “And when the bull got in the pasture, we didn’t have to give them a course in bullology or cowology. They had an inborn nature, they knew exactly and precisely what they needed to do to make sure that the Baity family had cows 20 years from now.”
–Berean Baptist Church Pastor Pastor Ron Baity, comparing LGBT people to cows.
On the bright side, you’ll never hear, “Not tonight honey.”
Rev. Fishsticks says that the Supremes are not constitutional.
…as the SCOTUS declined to take up Marriage Equality cases for this term, leaving lower court rulings intact. This means that now 30 states and D.C. will let people marry whomever they love.
This does not, however, nationalize marriage equality, but surely that day is coming. (I know, quit calling you Shirley…)
Yet in today’s upside-down world it is we who are disingenuously accused of “hate” – those of us who remain compassionate and bold enough to warn our fellow fallen human beings of the spiritual, emotional and, yes, even the physical death that comes as a natural consequence of unnatural behaviors. A toxic cloud of political correctness distorts reality, choking off any honest appraisal of these self-destructive sexual behaviors. We truly live in a dark age that calls evil good and good evil… The wages of sin is death.
I’m honored to say that I’m one of those “haters” called by God to sound the alarm… When God calls you to be an instrument of His truth, the biblical harmonies you play will often strike sour with those in rebellion against Him, sending them into blind rage and deep denial.
Matt Barber, the man who thinks about hot, sweaty man-on-man sex with thighs like pistons that can pump all night. He’s too modest. It’s good to know that he thinks he is an instrument of God’s divine retribution against the ‘mos.
The Connexion reports:
[Former President of France] Mr Sarkozy accused the [French] socialist government of “humiliating families and humiliating people who love the family” by introducing the legislation allowing same-sex marriage, though he said getting rid of the law was not a priority when so many were jobless.
For the record, M. Sarkozy has been married 3 times, with notable mistresses during each marriage. Unlike Newticles, Sarkozy does not marry his mistresses, nor does he bang his staff.
Oh, have you read Judge Richard Posner’s decision striking down the Marriage Equality Ban in Indiana and Wisconsin? If you have not you are missing out on some sublime snark. This is one of my favorite passages:
In other words, Indiana’s government thinks that straight couples tend to be sexually irresponsible, producing unwanted children by the carload, and so must be pressured (in the form of governmental encouragement of marriage through a combination of sticks and carrots) to marry, but that gay couples, unable as they are to produce children wanted or unwanted, are model parents—model citizens re-ally—so have no need for marriage. Heterosexuals get drunk and pregnant, producing unwanted children; their reward is to be allowed to marry. Homosexual couples do not produce unwanted children; their reward is to be denied the right tomarry. Go figure.
And it carries on in that fine tradition.
(Hat tip: Charm School Dropout)
…by redefining fasting:
Virginia-based anti-gay group Family Foundation has announced a fast in opposition to same-sex marriage – but participants will be be allowed to eat, reports Pink News.
The group’s 40 Days of Prayer, Fasting and Repentance For Marriage started on August 27th and runs until October 5th, the day before the Supreme Court begins its next session and hears the first in a series of same-sex marriage appeals cases.
However, not wanting to expend too much energy on hatred, the group announced “we are asking the entire Body of Christ to join us for this feast – giving up physical food isn’t necessary – but feeding on the spiritual food provided is vital.”
An, Xristian Xrazies: they can have their cake and eat it, too.
Today in projection…
“The district court broadened the definition of the ‘existing right to marry’ as one that includes the right of people to ‘select the partners of their choosing’ for marriage, without regard to sex,” the brief states. “If the right to select ‘partners of their choosing’ is the criterion used to invoke marriage as a fundamental right, then marriage restrictions on age, polygamy, and consanguinity are also ripe for challenge.”
We’re back to the argument that left to their own devices, Texans would marry a sheep.
Last night, I tweeted:
…and I fully meant to pick up the thread this morning, and promptly forgot. So thanks to The Orange Satan, they have given Brian Brown and NOM the ridicule that it so richly deserve.
But while the Daily Kos takes a long, long time to destroy this stupidity, I will say this: Brian Brown talking about chairs as a metaphor for marriage is very funny. Dude should be an interior decorator.