(NSFW) – Let’s listen to what the Xristian Xrazies are doing that chaps Stone Cold Steve Austin’s ass.
(NSFW) – Let’s listen to what the Xristian Xrazies are doing that chaps Stone Cold Steve Austin’s ass.
Government agents wage jihad against Cliven Bundy's cows.
— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) April 22, 2014
Keep jihad’ing that chicken, Todd.
Peter LaBarbera, the man who thinks about hot, sweaty man-on-man sex with thighs like pistons that can pump all night, was arrested in Canada in the University of Regina (and if you know how that word is pronounced I dare you not to giggle):
LaBarbera and fellow activist Bill Whatcott were escorted off university property and charged with mischief Monday afternoon.
The university learned the men were on the property around 12:30 p.m., and they were asked to leave the campus several times.
LaBarbera and Whatcott were displaying materials the university described as “graphic” and against the institution’s policy.
LaBarbera has left Canada and returned to the states to discuss the “Gay Thought Police in Canada and their American defenders” on Janet Medford’s hate radio show.
So, let’s get this right. LaBarbera crosses the border, deliberately creates an incident at a Canadian university [displaying graphic materials against University policy] to provoke being arrested, gets arrested, and then returns to the USA to complain about thought police in other lands?
Towle Road found out who the people are who posed for the Photo-op at the signing of the We Don’t Serve Your Kind law. From left to right (back row first):
- - Jameson Taylor: a supervisor of policy research at the “pro-family” (ie. anti-gay) Mississippi Center for Public Policy who haspersonally written about how “the homosexual lifestyle” will erode “free exercise of religion.”
- - Joey Hood: a Mississippi state representative who voted for the anti-gay bill.
- - Reverend David Tipton Jr.: the superintendent of the Mississippi District of the United Pentecostal Church who signed a letter to the state governor saying that opponents of the bill were “out-of-state, anti-religious special interest groups.” Y’know, like the ACLU.
- - Tony Perkins: the perennial hate-monger who heads the SPLC-designated hate group The Family Research Council and who has past ties to the KKK.
- - Andy Gipson: a Mississippi state representative who believes gays spread AIDS and should be put to death.
- - Delbert Hosemann: Mississippi’s secretary of state who supported a “personhood amendment” that would have categorized unborn fetuses as “a living person” and any women who abort or miscarry as murderers.
- - Ron Matis: a political liaison with the Mississippi District United Pentecostal Church who signed onto a letter written by the anti-gay hate group The Family Research Council that lamented the “comprehensive agenda” of “the pro-homosexual activists.”
- - Phillip Gandy: a Mississippi state senator who authored the anti-gay bill and called opposition to the bill (and to Chick Fil-A) intolerant.
- - Mark Formby: a Mississippi state representative who also sponsored a ban against the enforcement of federal gun laws and to allow students to lead prayers in public schools.
- - Jimmy Porter: the executive director of the lobbying arm of Mississippi’s Southern Baptist convention who threatened to retaliate against any Republican legislators who dared vote against the “license to discriminate” bill.
- - Rob Chambers: an employee of the Christian Action Commission which told pastors “to urge worshippers at Sunday service to put pressure on their legislators to pass the anti-gay bill.”
- - Phil Bryant: the Mississippi state governor who signed the bill into law.
Mock, Paper, Scissors has so few readers in Mississippi, I’m not sure if this is doing any good, but if you are from Mississippi and would like to let these people know your thoughts on their deeds, you can now put names to the faces.
Following its significant gains in last month’s local elections, the French Front National leader, Marine Le Pen, swiftly announced that school cafeterias would no longer serve non-pork substitution meals to children living in towns won by FN candidates. Targeting Muslims for another ritual round of public humiliation, while also excluding Jewish children, Le Pen declared: “There is no reason for religion to enter the public sphere.”
Of course, the Xristian Xrazies would take offense at the last line while loving the proposal. I can already hear Sean InSannity braying on and on.
According to the Religious News Service, the “Museum of the Bible Curriculum” created by Hobby Lobby’s President Steve Green will be beta-tested in Oklahoma’s Mustang Public School district beginning in the Fall of 2014.
Oh, boy! What was Mr. Hobby Lobby thinking?
“The goal is to show that the impact of this book, when we apply it to our lives, has been good, because it has. So it’s good, and it’s true,” Green said, before moving on to discuss the other section of the curriculum, which would be “the story of the Bible.”
“We’re as ignorant [as] we’ve ever been, would be my argument,” Green said, “because we aren’t teaching it in our schools.”
“That would be the goal,” he continued, “to reintroduce this book to this nation, because it is in danger, because of its ignorance, of what God has taught. There is [sic] lessons of the past that we can learn from the dangers of ignorance of this book. We need to know it, and if we don’t know it, our future is going to be very scary.”
“Some day,” he said, teaching the Bible in high school “should be mandated. Here’s a book that’s impacted our world unlike any other and you’re not going to teach it?”
By that reasoning, Hinduism should be taught and probably Muslim-ism, too, before Christianity.
Well, it’s come to this: According to State Rep. Chuck Gatschenberger (R – Satan’s Hollow MO) women are like cars that you need to drive, or something. See if you can figure out his Todd Akin-like thinking:
A Republican lawmaker in Missouri who is sponsoring a bill that would mandate women seeking an abortion undergo an ultrasound and wait three days for the procedure defended his measure Tuesday, suggesting a woman getting an abortion should treat it with the same deliberation as shopping for cars or carpeting.
“I have to look at it, get information about it, maybe drive it, you know, a lot of different things. Check prices,” he said, according to video recorded by Progress Missouri. “There’s lots of things that I do putting into a decision. Whether that’s a car, whether that’s a house, whether that’s any major decision that I put in my life. Even carpeting.”
“I was faced with a decision that I didn’t have very much information that I knew about,” he added. “So I wanted to be as informed as possible, and that’s what this bill is. Giving them as much information as possible.”
“Are you equating that with a medical decision?” [State Rep. Stacey Newman (D)] asked Gatschenberger.
“No–” Gatschenberger said.
“That was your analogy, and that was extremely offense to every single woman in this hearing, representative,” Newman said. “Your comments were extremely offensive to every single woman sitting in here, whether they’re pregnant or whether they’re not. I want to point that out, because that kind of attitude is demeaning to women, regardless of what they decide to do.”
“That was not the intention. I apologize for that,” Gatschenberger responded.
But Gatschenberger was pressing Newman to reconsider the bill seconds later.
“I’m just saying this is a life-ending decision,” he said. “You should think about it.”
“I can offer you reasonable terms, and this baby’s got low mileage,” Gatschenberger did not add, while not kicking the tires.
God, the Case of the Kissing Congressman gets better and better:
McAllister, remember, came out of nowhere to beat the hand-picked successor to Republican Rodney Alexander (R). In other words, in professional politico terms, it wasn’t his. And in addition to riding to victory on the coattails of the Duck Dynasty crew, McAllister actually went rogue a bit on Obamacare during the primary – something that got him called a liberal by the local GOP establishment who supported his opponent, Neil Riser.
Now we have at least some suggestion that those folks aggrieved at Riser’s defeat may have helped move things along.
Say it ain’t so. You mean that there might have been petty, political revenge in Louisiana? Whoda thunk it?
Danny Chance, Pastor of the Christian Life Church in Monroe says another staffer leaked the tape of the McAllister/Peacock smooch, district office manager Leah Gordon. She also, according to Chance, said she was going to take it to two Alexander vets who also worked on Riser’s campaign, Mike Walsworth and Jonathan Johnson. Add to the mix that the tape was leaked to a pro-Riser and very conservative paper.
Gordon isn’t talking – though McAllister’s chief of staff says only she and the building’s landlord would have had access to the tape.
Aha! so we have the possibility of back-stabbing campaign manager (Leah Gordon) and a landlord leaking the tape, or we have a lying Pastor (Danny Chance). What else do we have Columbo?
But Walsworth and Johnson are furiously denying the charges. “It’s an absolute lie,” Walsworth told the local paper. “He knows it’s not true. I can’t believe a minister would outright lie like that. Maybe I didn’t go to his church as often as he wanted. I didn’t see that video until (Monday) like everybody else.”
Methinks the opposition complaineth too much. But would the opposition’s campaign really want to sink the career of a fellow Wingnut? What would it take to make a member of God’s Own Party say (in public) that a Pastor is lying?
Meanwhile, Heath Peacock, husband of smoocher Melissa Peacock, says McAllister, who ran on his cred as a diehard Christian, is “about the most non-religious person I know.”
So now we have the cuckold impugning that the Kissing Congressman is not the Xristian Xrazie he claimed to be? Oh, my. A hypocrite Xristian Xrazie or a scheming Elmer Gantry?
UPDATE 1: It seems that Mrs. Peacock had a way with a vacuum cleaner that drives men wild with passion. (TPM)
Wow. The University of Kentucky has a leading question for ya:
An email survey [Ed.: Campus Reform reports that respondents were entered into a drawing to win a $5 gift card] reportedly sent to all University of Kentucky students is garnering some unintended attention. The survey, first reported by a conservative college news site, Campus Reform, and then by the LGBT news site Back2Stonewall, asks different questions of self-identified LGBT and straight students, including asking if homosexuality is a “mental illness.”
“Students who identified as LGBT early on in the survey were presented with a unique list of statements to agree or disagree with, including ‘If it were possible, I would choose to be straight,’” Kaitlyn Schallhorn at Campus Reform reports.
Students who claimed to be heterosexual were presented with a different set of statements, including “Homosexuality is a sin,” “Male homosexuality is a perversion,” and “Homosexuality is a mental illness.”
So… a self-selecting sample pool who take the survey (or not) for a $5 gift card should have really valid results, especially when each sample pool is given different questions? I cannot imagine what purpose this survey could possibly have.
A University spokesperson told Campus Reform that the ”intent of the survey was to understand better the utilization of university health services on the part LGBT students.”
Ah. Drumming up business for gay conversion therapy? Will some chanting fetus-fondling god botherer show up at the gay kids dorm rooms shaking a bag bones and burning incense or something?
In an exercise entitled “A Rose with No Petals,” the teacher is told to “hold up a beautiful rose.” Students are then told to pass the rose around the room with each student removing a petal. When the rose no longer has petals, the teacher must “share that the rose represents someone who participates in casual sex. Each time a sexually active person gives that most personal part of himself or herself away, that person can lose a sense of personal value and worth. It all comes down to self-respect.”
Honest-to-blog, this is as stupid as the Peppermint Patty thingie we learned about last week. But on the other hand, once the blossom is destroyed all you are left with is a dead stem with pricks, and I guess no one needs my help in that symbolism.
This leads me to my poem for the Xristian Xrazies:
Roses are for picking
Violets are for plucking
Abstinence-only sex ed
Prepares you for… nothing